Center Point School students participate in community based activities each week. A key part of the curriculum at Center Point is having our students practice and experience positive social interactions with their peers and the broader community.
Last week, students traveled to the Eugene Science Center for an enrichment lab where they learned about external and internal anatomy by dissecting frogs! The lesson was designed to teach the form and function of the digestive, respiratory and reproductive systems. This opportunity supported concepts taught in their anatomy class, providing a hands-on complementary learning experience.
Center Point School staff said, “The activity sustained a level of engagement and maturity from our students that we strive for! This was attributable to the comfortable learning environment and how knowledgeable and compelling Aurora, the activity leader, was with the unique activity.”
Thank you to the Eugene Science Center for such a great lesson.