Highlight of the Classroom

NCHS teachers point out their favorite object/part of their classroom.

 

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  • Mr. Keogh, a social studies teacher, chose a photo of his family as one of his favorite things in his classroom. “How could I not choose them?” he asks.

  • Despite so many posters and trinkets in his classroom, Mr. Keogh also singles out his Bruce Springston, Darkness on the Edge of Town, as another one of his favorite things in his classroom.

  • Sra. Baldwin, a Spanish teacher, says that her art wall is her favorite part of her classroom. These paintings are replicas of famous art pieces, made as part of a project in the Spanish III class.

  • Mr. McWhorter, an English teacher, chose this wall of posters as one of his favorite parts of his classroom.

  • These posters offer motivational and thought-provoking quotes.

  • Mrs. Hawkins, a social studies teacher, chose this map of Europe as her favorite thing in her classroom.

  • Mrs. Hawkins got this map while on a trip to Belgium. It prints the name of each country in their native language.

  • Mr. Robinson, a social studies teacher, said that his students were his favorite part about his classroom. “They’re why we’re here,” he states.

  • Mrs. Lopez, a social studies teacher, chose this model as her favorite object in her classroom. On the head is a diagram of each part of the brain. She uses this to teach in her psychology class.

  • Mrs. Shuckman, a math teacher, chose these 3D art projects, created by her students.

  • These are also student projects, displayed in Mrs. Shuckman’s class.

  • Mrs. Ewalt, a PE teacher and the NCHS dance coach, chose her mirrors as her favorite part of her classroom. The mirrors are important for the dancers to see their movements.