Enduring Understandings and Essential Questions
- Summarize important ideas and core processes central to a discipline
- Synthesize what students comprehend in a particular content area
- Impart life-long values that extend beyond classroom experience
Enduring Understandings for Science and Mathematics:
- Analyze information to problem-solve and make informed decisions that are critical to the local, national, and global community.
- Encourage students to think critically
- Spark imagination with the understanding that the solution must be created
- Connect, relate, and communicate effectively the concepts within a field of study
Directions: Students select three essential questions and compose a typed 5-to-7-sentence paragraph to answer each of the three essential questions. Choose and answer three essential questions from the list below.
- Why is the study of science important?
- Why is the study of mathematics important?
- How can you carry on the legacy of H.U. while being a student at (MS)²?
- How might the lives of African Americans be different today if Howard University had not been opened?
- Why is education important to the achievement of African Americans?
- How can being a student at (MS)² better prepare you to help others in your community?
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