UClass Featured Lesson Draws Over 1,000 Students

It’s time to break out the Martinelli’s. The UClass featured “Back to School Goals” lesson just reached over 1,000 participants this week!

"Back to School Goals" lesson card

“Back to School Goals” lesson card

Since it’s release in late August, this lesson inspired students in 35 classrooms across 8 countries to set their goals for the new school year and share them with our global community. Excited students submitted PowerPoint presentations, YouTube videos, flyers and various other forms of multimedia to express their visions for what they hoped to accomplish. Members of our community have mapped their goals from “being on time” and “getting better grades” to “learning how to swim freestyle” and “becoming a better artist.”

Take a look at a few of the posts that have been flooding the lesson feed. If you haven’t already, join the discussion, share your goals and comment on the work of students across the globe.

A student from Saudi Arabia gets some encouragement from a few friends in the Netherlands

A student from Saudi Arabia gets some encouragement from a few friends in the Netherlands

These students take advantage of their school hallway to film their goals video

These students take advantage of their school hallway to film their goals video

This student from China shares her ambitious academic and musical goals

This student posts a photo of his goals assignment

This student posts a photo of his goals assignment

This student has her sights set on improving her bass guitar-playing skills

This student has her sights set on improving her bass guitar-playing skills

 

The Global K12 Lesson Exchange @ UClass

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