Middle school hosts Remake Learning Days activity

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Sixth-grade students and NAMS Drama Club Members acted out plays and scenes from Dr. Seuss stories during a Remake Learning Day activity at Neil Armstrong Middle School. The activity, “DramaTech,” records students in front of a green screen using iPads, and then displays the actors within a set of different plays, even an outer space setting. Principal Ken Patterson and fifth-grade teacher Joe Rosi were selected to host Remake Learning Days as part of a multi-day open house of hands-on learning featuring more than 300 fun and free events across Southwest PA and West Virginia. Bethel Park is a member of Remake Learning, a network of more than 250 organizations and thousands of individuals who come together to shape the future of teaching and learning.