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Learning goes on at Frontier Mosakahiken School

April 07, 2021

​Frontier Mosakahiken School in Moose Lake has been breaking new ground and finding new ways for students to learn as they face these challenging times together.

Staff have received “blended learning" education training to help them continue delivering effective learning opportunities to their students—no matter where they are!

Check out these great photos of vibrant, ongoing learning happening at Frontier Mosakahiken School:
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Mr. Khan uses Facebook Live to deliver lessons in food safety in his Intro to Culinary class.

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In “Virtual Culinary Arts," Robert shows off his meatloaf before it goes in the oven, and Sylvia plates some delicious stuffed mushrooms.

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Jason and Jenna, both from Moose Lake, show off their posters thanking frontline workers they created as part of a contest during blended learning times.

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Ms. Gamblin's Grade 1 students learning with OneTab learning devices gifted by Timothy and Susan Millican. OneTabs come with programs are already installed into the device that reinforce concepts taught in the classroom.

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Kingsley keeps up with classroom activities with help from a friend in her home “classroom."

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Ms. Hall has been making good use of Facebook Live to deliver music lessons to students.

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Ms. Gamblin leads students through a blindfolded exploration of the sense of taste. Celery was the least popular item (though Leslee loved it) while salt & vinegar chips won the day.

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Much-beloved homework packages ready for delivery!

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Ty enjoys some of the homework he had delivered!