Building Our Future-Ready Skills
Technological opportunities to help you grow! @MVeLearn
February 13, 2019
Courtney York's Students - Coding
Angie McNamara - Google Expeditions
Virtual Valentines at Marrs! #k12Valentines
Abbey Mitchell's Grade 1 and their first Breakout!
Thursday's Chat, Chapter 8! Join Julie Kissinger and Mary Feagley (Moderators)
Our Twitter Book Chat continues TONIGHT!
Collaborate with MSDMV peers, and chat with, author of Pure Genius, Don Wettrick and his daughter, Ava Wettrick!
Feb. 14 - Chapter 8 - Opportunities are Everywhere
Feb. 21 - Chapter 9 - Student Voices (Special Guest Ava Wettrick)
Feb. 28 - Chapter 10 - Moving Forward
What are you planning?
Mary Feagley - We will be creating a Breakout and travel back to the future, 1984!
Erica Thomas - My creative writing class will create a digital poem using an original poem along with the techniques and examples we will discuss in class http://digitalagepoetry.com/digital-poetry/using some of the following resources
De'Shea Kueber - Video recording: Using a recording devise to read a book and then listen to it!
Staci Reese - Gimkit on current math unit
Tammy Allison - Students will add oversized card stock coding blocks to move a classmate, on a large grid, to a goal.
Connie Jesch - Students will collaborate to create GimKit questions using vocabulary from out geometry unit.
Laura Davis - 7th - Using 3-D printers to print food (appropriate portion size) 6th - Voice over silent movie clips (nonverbal communication skills) Adding activity slides to Google Slides with NEARPOD!
Courtney York - Virtual Field Trip (Arconic Plant in Austin, Texas)
Pam O'Risky - Student Voices from MSDMV - District Podcast featuring different classrooms in our district
Karen Burke - A lesson on Plate Tectonics using Nearpod - it will include slides featuring pictures and information, interactive slides, videos, a virtual field trip, and even a SONG!
These teachers have their names in the drawing...it's your time now!
We know that every day in MSD of MV is digital learning day, but Feb. 28 will be the day everyone else celebrates. We want to celebrate also by showcasing the amazing things you do...and offer you the chance to earn another badge, wear jeans on that day, and maybe WIN one of these very cool coffee mugs! So, take a look at these resources and start planning your Digital Learning Day activity. Enter your event on the official Digital Learning Day 2019 Map and fill out the Google form below to let us know how you will celebrate the day, get your DLD jean pass, and enter to win a cool DLD mug!