Students are building a hen coop for an economics class project. Students selected a design after researching the needs of a hen and sharing several different designs. Students observed the local market offerings and designed a product that would be an economical choice for the potential clients. Students decided to name their business Key City Coops and have a Facebook page documenting the progress of the coop as it is being built. Logos are now being considered.
Articles from February 2016
ALC robots are engaging students in coding, programming, critical thinking and problems solving, collaboration and communication. Students have responded well to the challenges and frustrations as they work to accomplish many tasks with their robots. The sense of pride and accomplishment is visible as students achieve success!
ALC students worked to create a display for the Multicultural Center in Dubuque. The structure will feature pictures and text explaining what students have learned about the culture, history and people of different ethnic groups in Dubuque.