Competitive Imagination in Dreams Hills Academy
This week, my story comes from a vector class in grade 4B. I had finished the introduction class and I asked my students to sit and try to draw and design different things from their imagination.
Before I made my way around the classroom, a 4th grade student named Emmanuel had already drawn a very big and beautiful house with different colors which attracted every student in his class room.
I was very impressed since he was the first student to finish drawing and he also had the best drawing in his class, so I asked his classmates to clap for him.
Maxwell Kiplagat, a student in the same class, really felt challenged and he called Emmanuel's name and told him that in the next computer class he will be the best since he will go and figure out what he will draw in the next lesson.
I felt very happy that the success of one student makes the rest of the class want to be the best. This is very encouraging as Emmanuel is building a key competency in DreamsHills’ curriculum, called 3D drawing.
About The Author
Jacqueline is our school lead in Dreams Hills Academy.