Do the Dryden Dos Wins Award at ISTE!
Back in September I gathered a group of fifth graders to join the Fugleflick Filmmaking club. I challenged them to create a movie about "activating change" in our school community. We looked at our Dryden Dos (to be safe, caring, and responsible) and tried to come up with a strong student-centered video that could educate and encourage the school to do the Dryden Dos while at the same time meeting the qualifications for the Global Student Voice Film Festival (#GSVFF) to be held in Philadelphia at ISTE19.
10 Take Aways from my first ISTE
iPads help students demonstrate learning in dynamic ways. Learn about transparency as students animate a ghost over a photo, practice vocabulary by speaking through artwork, observe reflection with a custom hologram, and assess rotational symmetry by rotating designs digitally. Let's fill your STEAM toolbox with creative ideas to teach anything.
I put some of my many many ideas in a thinglink so you could explore my resources by finding the link when you mouse over the images below.
All of my ideas are on my SMORE page.
I presented and attended conference sessions at Hamburger University in Oak Brook, IL where Jennifer encouraged us model digital leaders on social media, Carrie challenged us to gamify our classroom, Leah showed us how sketchnoting helps students with visual processing, and the authors of #nowclassrooms explain how we can move from Novice to Operational to WOW technology integration.
Here is my animated sketchnote from #ice18 conference day. I don't think it communicates very well to others what I was learning, but it helps me remember what I felt was important from each session I attended.
How I animated my Sketchnote
I presented a session called Animate your Lessons to Dynamically Demonstrate Learning. I shared dozens of ways teachers could use animation techniques with their students to integrate technology, art, and any subject to energize and engage their students. All of my lessons are found at one link that point back to my blog post with how to's, tutorials, resources, and student examples. Explore all 226+ here:
Mouse over the Thinglink images to find the direct links to resources for lessons.
I'll be presenting a session at the the Technology for Teachers Conference on Oct. 14th. Use this link to learn more and register. Here is a list of all the presenters and sessions. Group discounts are available for 3 or more teachers from the same school.
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My Session: iPad Animation iDeas that Teach Concepts Dynamically
I plan on sharing about two dozen animation based lesson ideas that any teacher could use to give their students the tools to demonstrate understanding of curricular content with dynamic media. It's a fun, engaging, and potentially transformative way to teach. Below are interactive images in thinglink of my presentation handouts. Mouse over and click the ideas you want to explore. It will take you to the post where you can find my resources. Each lesson has a number that corresponds to a number in my Smore Flyer.
I taught an animation workshop today at the Taste of Tech 2017 conference. Below are the lessons we tried to cover and links to the resources. Click on the Thinglink image to go directly there. Thumb through the slideshow for quick tips. Page 1. Page 2.
I was able to attend Kim Darche's session about questioning techniques. To help me remember the great ideas she was sharing, I made this sketchnote.
We are the 2nd place winner of the ISTE Technology in Action Video Contest.
See my post for more info.
View our Entry for the What's Your Story
Internet Safety Contest
(Won the 2nd Place Prize)
View this musical tribute to the hard working teachers at Dryden and the students they love to teach.
Tricia Fuglestad, NBCT,
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