Room 12 at Center School participated in a science-based Genius Hour and I am fortunate to have joined them. From learning about earth as a class to choosing a question…
Picture a group of individuals gathered around a table trying to solve a problem under a tight deadline while using limited resources. Sound familiar? How did your envisioned scenario turn out? At Hopkins School, students were placed in teams and given a 45-minute class period to solve a design challenge. The result was a messy mixture of creativity, teamwork, learning, leadership, frustration, and triumph. Translation: it was a beautiful process to behold!
For this challenge, students worked with Ms. Doty to produce a 30-second music-jam video featuring a Makey Makey piano.
For this challenge, students worked with Mrs. Weldon to create a sculpture that moves featuring LittleBits circuits.
By: Steph Doty Technology Integration Coordinator Hopkins School @HopkinsTechLib / @BlendedTeaching Cross-posted to blendedteachingtimes.wordpress.com
See your document in a new way with this Chrome extension! Once enabled the draftback extension let’s you watch your document being written from beginning to end. It will also allow you to see when by date and pause to view your draft history. You can see the activity from beginning to end. This is also a handy tool to see if you copied an pasted a section at what time and where. Learn about your or a student’s writing process with this. Great for essays, term papers especially in ELA or World Language classes!
See how it works here:
Review and find your challenges and your writing process with draftback. If your document is public, you can even download and embed a video of the draft on your blog or website.
By Chrystal Hoe, Secondary Technology Integration Coordinator, GET & GCI
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