Kol hakavod to Keystone Enrichment participants for their TED Talk presentations! An audience of family members and teachers learned about topics ranging from investing in the stock market to refining carpool - all based on student curiosity and research.
Keystone is an enrichment program exclusively for students in Grades 3-4 who show mastery of grade-level skills, specific to testing of reading and language usage. The program expands children’s passion about their topics of interest and engages them in meaningful learning through the design thinking process.
Participating students and their project titles:
Grade 3 Amelia Alpern: Animal Pollution Noa Batito: Art Liv Benitah: Kids Need Recess Isaac Chocron: Recycling Food Sophie Khalifeh: Importance of Dogs Ben Lekach: Why is it Difficult To Get To School on Time in the Morning? Daniel Milgram: Two Varieties of Shoes Adam Shekel: Soccer Miley Shekel: Healthy Food
Grade 4 Sasha Ades: Why Dogs Need Our Love Eli Attar: Light Pollution Joel Di Marcoberardino: Why College Football Players Should Get Paid Alex Feldman: Why Siblings Are Important Natalia Gruszka: Water Pollution Natan Newman: The Benefits of Stocks Carolina Pochinki: Sports are Sexist Nissim Russo: Why Parents and Kids Should Live As Equals Nathan Warshofsky: Reading is Good, But Too Much is Bad