Mr Bryson got the BWMS students to raise around $300 for Relay for Life using a Kickball Tournament
It was a lot of fun as I got to be the announcer and my students were part of a great auidence. Way to go Mr. Bryson.
Check out the students playing a great game for a great cause. Above you can see Mr. Wolfe getting an “inside the park” home run
Check out the work that my students made using glue sticks and recycled goods for Burroughs and Chapin’s Art Museum the Art of Recycling contest.
I think the students really enjoyed this by being creative and putting work together that was just going to be thrown out.
And a big shout out to my students Skylar, Kaitlin and Rehanna for getting honorable mention on their sculpture “The Sprayer”
This video demonstrates a professional development session that I co-hosted where we compared and contrasted WeVideo to Windows Movie Maker as a digital storytelling and film editing tool.
If you find the text a little difficult to read, you can download the slides that I used in the project below:
You can view the source footage that we made for the staff development by clicking HERE
You can utilize my WeVideo tutorials that I made up for the teachers by clicking here
For more detailed info such as objectives, standards or summary – you can view the images from my PPT below
You can also check out some of my previous Posterous posts that I made of my students learning and student work samples:
You can also check out my Prezi below that has a detailed listing of instructions that I used during this project:
Listed above is a video that demonstrates how my students created video games utilizing the free web site Gamestar Mechanic.com
If you would like to read more detailed info such as learning outcomes, standards, summary of findings, you can CLICK HERE on a post for a student sample
Not to mention, you can view more in-depth resources by clicking my links to full length videos and posts that I made about my students’ learning through this project:
My Classroom Arcade
(which already has links to the previous posts in it along with student samples)
You can also view my lesson plan that I used to teach the lesson:
Here are some more videos of the students competing