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29 Jan 2016
This Week in Tech Integration This Week in Tech Integration

Catching Creativity

Here's what's happening in tech integration!

Pearson students held an open house and showed families how they utilize their iPads to enhance learning through collaboration, communication, and creativity. Parents were able to visit several stations where students gave presentations highlighting the work they have done in their classes. Students presented examples of iMovie, Notability, MackinVia, Explain Everything, Canvas, and Google Drive.  

Eagle Creek Kindergarten is working on a STEM lab. Their students are going to take pictures of their design for a house, the house after it is built, how the house held up to a wind test, and a final reflection. Students will be creating a Shadow Puppet EDU video that stiches these images together with a voiceover. Looking forward to seeing it!

Sweeney kindergarten students spent an afternoon making iMovies of their "3 Favorite Things in Kindergarten". They creatively used the camera to take photos and record a video, then pulled their content into iMovie where they added a background soundtrack. Many then shared their finished projects with teachers and families through Seesaw.

Eagle Creek 1st grade team spent three consecutive days diving into Book Creator. Students worked with a "My Nutrition Book" and identified food groups, wrote about them, and added voice to support their writing. They used SeeSaw to share their books with teachers/parents. They also worked on story re-tells and elements of a story using a similar workflow to reinforce concepts.  

Red Oak Kindergarten learned how to use SeeSaw to create patterns using manipulatives, photo them, and add voice and live writing annotation.

Thanks again to the 28 classroom teachers and media specialists who created and facilitated tech breakouts on January 18. Without their help the day would not have been a success. If you're interested in being involved with facilitating tech PD in the future, please email a DLC. The forms for your feedback about potential follow-up sessions are still active. We'd love your input. 

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