ISD fourth graders create living museum

From left, ISD fourth graders John Russell, Garrett O’Dell, Andrew O’Donnell and Danielle Ruelle assume the roles of famous risk-takers, scientist Marie Currie, physicist Albert Einstein and athletes LeBron James and Pele.

From left, ISD fourth graders John Russell, Garrett O’Dell, Andrew O’Donnell and Danielle Ruelle assume the roles of famous risk-takers, scientist Marie Currie, physicist Albert Einstein and athletes LeBron James and Pele.

Fourth graders at the International School at Dundee have created a “living museum” to highlight risk-taking historical figures as a part of the school’s international baccalaureate unite “Worth the Risk.”

Students researched historical figures who have been recognized for their risks in social, political, scientific and athletic fields, and proceeded to act out these personas during the living museum. Visitors were able to interact with the fourth grade students as they assumed their historical characters, creating an engaging learning environment.

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