Mr. King & Mrs. Morrissey's bring students on a hike in town. Students find a spot along the hike where they would like to deposit their bag of leaves in the creek. Students return later to pick up their bag to then analyze and discover what is now in the bag. Click on the link to the right to view a tour from tour creator. Pictures were taken while on this journey last year.
(1) This can be a great pre-lesson for the student so that they are aware of what will happen. (2) Students can now create their own tour and provide their own images from the journey to highlight what they found relating to what they have learned in class.
NOTE: Not fully complete - work in progress as I hike all 4000 footers.
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Book creator can be a great alternative to Google Slides. We have purchased some licenses for teachers so that students can work collaboratively. As you may have noticed, you can add audio recordings on a page as well as embed outside content like YouTube videos, google doc files, and links to websites.
Example of Jams - used in Mr. Fritz's Intro to Programming class (students collaboratively coded a digital piece of art) & Mrs. Wilczewski's Entrepreneurship class (students interviewed creator of qball throwable microphone). These shells were created for students to then use to brainstorm their ideas.
Online collaborative whiteboard space that is part of the G-suite team. We have two boards at BHS to allow for collaborative group work.
Read and Write
1. Read content for students 2. Help students with their grammar 3. Highlight content on web and curate content into a Google Doc 4. Annotate PDF readings 5. Provide verbal feedback in Google Docs And so much more...
Did you know that read and write can do the following?