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MS Students Curate Historic Islamic Innovations

Seventh grade History students re-created favorite innovations from Islamic history as part of a larger classroom museum project. After learning about various historical Islamic innovations, students had to build and curate a museum piece to be used as a tool to teach fellow classmates about their chosen innovation. This task required students to understand what is the chief significance of their chosen innovation. Or, more plainly put, what makes it "cool." Students then had to hone their communication skills and embrace our core value of scholarship by becoming teachers themselves.
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