Photo Collage is an easy app for creating a snapshot image of an event or learning. Then email it to Sheri for posting on the blog, or upload it to your own blog.
Look at the great representation of our Women's History Bulletin Board, created by our own Mrs. Armstrong-Montes. These collages show the power of design on both the bulletin board and in the collages that focus on selected items of importance to Women's History Month.
We're putting our stamp on tech use at our school. Ms. Sanger's students are using the camera on her iPads to take pictures around the school and talk about them. Their communication skills are improving, and we are able to see how they see the world.
Think about how easy it is now to document student learning in the classroom, to share a special event, and to design a collage that interprets the important aspects of it.
Think of the speaking, writing, and content learning that can occur: choose the best image for large display and explain why; explain your four choices of images -- how do they sum up the story or article; what inspiration might be drawn from your image?
Our school newsletter needs input from you and your students --- think how easy it will be for your students to choose the images, design the collage, and explain in the email you send with the collage exactly the learning that the collage emphasizes.
Will's science collage clearly shows science happens at our school. With a blurb about what the picture represents, this will easily become a story in our newsletter.
So follow these steps:
1. Snap photos of learning
2. Arrange them in a collage
3. Save to your Photos
4. Email to Sheri with a paragraph explaining the picture.
Share your class learning please; here's a reminder created with "Show Me" - here.
Thank you for helping us share the successes of our learning in our newsletter to the community.
iPad class three successfully demonstrated one easy way to use iPads in the classroom.
This Wednesday, March 14th is our fourth iPad class. Click this link: iPad Class Information, scroll down to below the chart, and read the agenda for this week. We will focus on iCloud and Dragon Dictation with a few navigation tips. Bring your questions and your own ideas and apps to share.
Read and research the apps from power teacher Silvia Tolisano
And review apps in EdTechTeacher by objective: I want my students to...
App: GWhiz -- Google Apps
video for class about GWhiz
What can you share about the apps you've reviewed? How can we implement them in the classroom?
See you Wednesday!
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