Students interact with a projected screen on the floor of a school

Students at Northgate Middle School use SmaLLab. | Photo via KDKA

School district creates unique ways to teach students during Remake Learning Days

Remake Learning Days start May 4 and continue for almost three weeks with educational family activities all around our region.  

One local school district is creating some unique ways to teach students as they remake learning.

Learning about the solar system is a lot more fun when racing your friends on the floor to arrange the correct order of planets. The seventh graders at Northgate Middle School are using a computer projection, SmaLLab , to do this.

Seventh grader Evan Carson, said, “It keeps you engaged for the whole day and makes you more energetic and want to learn more.” 

Student Tristan Weaver said, “I love being able to move around and do all this really crazy stuff.” 

Malaya Pearson said, “I like to get up more so we don’t just have to sit in the same chair every day.”