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Exhibition Night at Lindsay

Students deliver public presentations to develop real-world skills while concurrently showing proficiency and mastery. Teacher Brandy Quintero shares how these nights work.

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Transcript: Brandy Quintero: So exhibition night was created – designed in a way to give students real audiences to present to, and to demonstrate their knowledge to. [...] Those are in the evening from like 6:30 to 7:30, so parents, business professionals, people in the community can be here. And I went and sat in. And they get feedback from the people that are in the room on how they presented, what was their level of knowledge, were they able to answer questions that the audience had. And then based on that, I gave them a score or feedback.

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