Learning expeditions are the signature Expeditionary Learning curricular structure. They make content standards come alive for students. These long-term, in-depth studies offer real-world connections that inspire students toward higher levels of academic achievement. Learning expeditions involve students in original research, critical thinking, problem solving, and they build character along with academic skills. All learning expeditions explicitly focus on building literacy skills in students, particularly in the reading and writing of nonfiction text.
Learning expeditions take multiple, powerful elements of the EL model and join them together: guiding questions, kickoff experiences, case studies, projects, lessons, fieldwork, experts, service learning, and a culminating event featuring high-quality student work (“E-Night”). All of these structures can also be used independently, outside of full learning expeditions. (Excerpt taken From EL Core Practices Book)
6th Grade E-Night - Heroes of our Community
Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm at Longbranch Park
On June 6th, ELMS will be hosting the 6th grade Exhibition Night (E-night) at Long Branch Park in Liverpool. E-night will exhibit and highlight evidence of our yearlong journey through investigating what it means to be Heroes of a Community.
Time: 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early, if possible, for race-bib and T-shirt pick-up.
Location: Long Branch Park, 3813 Longbranch Rd, Liverpool, NY 13090
*Please note, the only available option for travel to Long Branch Park is by interstate 690 (see attached map and directions). A separate event located on the eastern side of Onondaga Lake Park will affect all travel along the parkway and side streets. Interstate 690 will be the most direct, and efficient path to the E-night event.
LETTER TO FAMILIES, REGISTRATION/PERMISSION FORM & MAP TO LONGBRANCH PARK