The Bat (What Does The Indiana Bat Say?) By The 3Rd Grade Crew At Inspire Academy

Published on June 10, 2014
Channel: Ari Hurwitz
Category: Education
Source: Youtube

The 3rd grade class at Inspire Academy-A School of Inquiry wrote and performed this song to share what they had learned about the federally endangered Indiana Bat (Myotis Soldalis) through the first case study of their learning expedition. Inspire Academy-A School of Inquiry Inspire Academy exists to empower a diverse body of students with an internationally competitive education by fostering students' natural inclination toward curiosity, discovery, and adventure. We are committed to Expeditionary Learning - an inquiry-based, interdisciplinary approach with an emphasis on arts integration, collaborative learning and character development. Our curriculum is organized around in-depth studies called Learning Expeditions and is shaped by The Ten Design Principles of Expeditionary Learning. Learning Expeditions are real-world investigations that give students the opportunity to ask questions, discover answers and create real-time solutions for real people. Each subject - from math and science to reading and social studies - is incorporated into an expedition, which gives students an immediate purpose for learning. Our students come from throughout Muncie, Indiana and the surrounding area. Admission is lottery-based (if needed), and there is no tuition or entrance exam. Learn more at Like us at Lyrics by: The 3rd Grade Crew Choreography by teachers Ari Hurwitz and Denise Gawrys, as well as the 3rd Grade Crew Produced by Nick Doub, along with Ari Hurwitz and Denise Gawrys Thank you to Ylvis for inspiring our students' work! For more information, you can reach us at: Ari Hurwitz Denise Gawrys Leslie Draper (School Leader) We hope you enjoyed the video and learned a lot about how to help and protect bats! Ylvis-"The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" from the 2013 single "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" is the copyrighted property of its owner(s). This is an educational parody to be solely used for educational purposes. Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976 states: "the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."