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How have I enacted the mission, vision and action of Renton Prep? My role as a teacher is to empower students, through technology, to grow as individuals who can make a difference in the world. Using technology, they have learned that their unique voice in a presentation project matters, that not only can they be heard, but they have the ability to understand the past and make an impact on today and the future. Students' ability to learn (and teach) challenging math empowers them to interpret information and make decisions; building structures based on decimals in Minecraft teaches them to make connections with math skills and the real world., Their research and understanding of the Great Wall of China allows them to build and reflect on shelter and refuge in their own lives. Their ability to read and connect with characters and trials and a journey in the book "Kensuke's Kingdom" allows explore the great world on Google Maps and connect and strive when required. At the same time, we as students and citizens of the world need to draw close and stay in touch with our humanity, with kindness, with respect, with faith and grace. Therefore we have also used technology to share with one another, to apply teamwork even when it's hard, to format beautifully colored Bible verses, and to learn and listen to uplifting music. These are some of the ways that I have led students to use their voices, to share, to reflect and to explore in the past year as they learn and grow while becoming citizens of the world. Mission, vision, action Monday, June 5, 2017 10:49 AM Resources Page 1