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This activity is best for younger students who are building letter identification skills. This activity will reinforce letter identification and recognition. Students will move dots to identify matching letters in a variety of fonts.
Using “What Do You Do With An Idea” as a foundation, students will explore how watching ideas grow and take flight ideas like a journey. They will retrace the steps in the story, gather data about how far the child traveled along the story’s timeline & use those same principles to code an idea journey of their own.
Every day is digital learning day in AP Computer Science, but for the theme I switched it up today and had them review for the unit we are finishing up with a "game" on quizizz.
Students will identify restrictive policies that were implemented by the U.S. government that continue to impact minority communities' upward mobility. Students will use this information later in the unit to understand how Hansberry’s characters experienced these same restrictions.
Black History Icon Jamboard8-Jun / Jaclyn Roman
Students are using Jamboard to create a poster for a Black icon of their choosing. They will practice with paraphrasing and citing sources while researching someone who has made an important contribution to the Black community.
Tech Dashboard of Patricia’s Spanish 3 Resources with Digital NOtebooks with embeeded Genial.ly Playlists, Adobe Spark for argumentative essays practices, Digital NOtebook for argumentative essay practices with Genial.ly Playlists.
Students will identify restrictive policies that were implemented by the U.S. government that continue to impact minority communities upward mobility and later use this information to understand how Hansberry’s characters experienced these same restrictions in A Raisin in the Sun.
Google basics and advanced techniques. Want to learn how to create a bitmoji or how to make a bitmoji dance? Videos are embedded to help you navigate this digital teachign world.
The showcase at Grand Valley State University provides faculty, staff, and students with an immersive and engaging environment to: INTERACT, DISCOVER, LEARN, and SHARE how innovative emerging technologies can enhance teaching and improve student learning at GVSU. See a video tour here: http://gvsu.edu/s/1CU
Students can engage in digital learning with the math game of greater than or less than. This online game allows teams to compete on math questions for the unit lesson.
My students were able to practice measuring length in kindergarten using a Nearpod!
This Bitmoji classroom provides links to developmentally appropriate resources for PreK and K students learning about Global Digital Citizenship.
This is our ode to some of the fascinating leaders of the Harlem Renaissance using digital storytelling. Our research projects feature student-created PowerPoint presentations with personalized narrations and embedded video footage from this great era.
Nearpod is a great tool to make your lessons interactive for in class students and virtual learners. You have the option to see real time what your students are completing or have the activities be student paced. It even records all the student data in a report for you.