OS Tech Integration
November/December Issue. Happy Holidays!
Fun at the Teacher to Teacher Tech Rally!
Ryan Sines, Clawson High School Principal, presenting his session!
So Much to Talk About!
Collaboration at its finest!
A Great Learning Experience!
Learning and networking between districts!
School- Clarenceville Middle School
Teacher- Sarai Stetson
Students- Daniel Cortez, Brendan Mahoney, Jonathan Sanchez, and Zachary Ortiz
Session Description- Experience STEM in action with Lego EV3 robotics and VEX robotics. Watch robots battle and learn how the robot uses sensors to gather information from its environment to engage in battle! Also view Lego stop motion animations and learn how a box of Legos and an iPad can be used to create movies.
School- Kenwood Elementary
Teacher- Lori Karam
Students- Jude Mikula and Isabelle Morishita
Session Description- “I'm in kindergarten and check out what I can do with my iPad!" See how this kindergarten class is utilizing 3 iPads to create hands-on, individualized learning experiences, taking their depth of knowledge and understanding to a whole new level!
School- Upton Elementary
Teacher- Jeremy Letkiewicz
Students- Lukas Elsner, Madison Connor, and Tyler Madsen
Session Description- Don't limit yourself to one tool! See how this 3rd grade classroom is spicing up their learning by using iPads, Chromebooks, and their Mimeo interactive whiteboard to create unique, hands-on, real world learning opportunities that promote higher level thinking skills and creativity!
Check out this video!- WHAT MOST SCHOOLS DON'T TEACH
Join the largest learning event in history- The Hour of Code! I urge all K-12 teachers to participate this week and beyond! What is The Hour of Code? This event teaches educators and students the basics of computer programming in 60 minutes while having fun! Plus, it is very simple. Code.org launched this event in the United States with the goal of introducing coding into the US curriculum and raising awareness about the importance of coding and computer science.
Are you having some coding fun this week? Share pics with me at email@example.com or Tweet with the hastags #CLVedtech, #ROedtech, or #clawsonedtech!
Enter the 2015 Meijer Great Choices Student Film Festival! This opportunity asks students from across the state of Michigan to create 30 second public service announcements that promote and encourage positive life choices for K-12 students. There are two categories, K-8 and High School plus more than $20,000 in prizes! This sounds like a fantastic opportunity and even a great idea to do on your own within your building! Click HERE for more information!
Worth Checking Out...
Sketchlot- A free mind-mapping tool available on the web and iPad.
Quikkly- Create free tags that don't just take you somewhere, but actually does it for you! I have a sample one below. Scan the picture with the Quikkly app and you will follow me on Twitter! Super cool!
Around OS Field Services!
Counting fun with the Mimeo!
First go with BYOD at Grandview Elementary, 5th grade!
Matt Provost gave an amazing presentation on Google Classroom at the Teacher to Teacher Tech Rally!