Who knew robots could talk! Kelly Purcell’s 8th grade students created these projects. Kelly shared her thoughts: “The students brought in all the materials to build robots out of prisms, cylinders, and spheres. They had to use at least 6 shapes, and then calculate the volume, area, and perimeter of their robot. It was […]
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June 10th, 2015 · No Comments · animoto
Tina Quintas’ 6th grade students ended the year by creating an animoto book trailer! When we were finished, they created an Aurasma so other students (in the library) could see their work (and hopefully read the book!). Below are samples of their work.
May 28th, 2015 · No Comments · Video/movies
Meredith Scully’s second graders produced their own versions of four classics. Using the iPad and the iMovie trailer feature, they were able to produce the videos below:
April 19th, 2015 · No Comments · BrainPOP, Digitial Storytelling
You say POP. Think you know BrainPOP- think again! This weekend I had the chance to visit Moby’s house (BrainPOP HQ in NYC). Tim and Moby have grown! Here are some features that might be new to you. (The following comments pertain only BrainPOP- things are still in progress for BrainPOPJr.) Did you know you […]