Student Work Samples

Using technology can increase student creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking skills, which are essential in the modern world and workforce.

Below are a few examples of student work from various classes. These projects demonstrate how technology is being used to encourage students to create and share unique projects with an authentic audience.

CC Colony Collapse DisorderAubreMartin.mp4

Class: Environmental Science

Project: Research a current environmental science issue and create an informative video.

Topic: Colony collapse of bee hives and its impacts on pollinating crops

Class: Biology

Project: Instead of the Oscars, welcome to the Evolutionary Awards! Students chose a plant and an animal and conducted research to identify the evolutionary features that were unique to that organism that would nominate it for the Evo Awards. The top 7 projects were shared with all classes and peer evaluated.

P6 - The Best Evolutionary Plant and Animal
Urban design student template - Abigail Barmore

Class: Geography

Project: Create a more sustainable Lakewood of the future.

Background: A guest speaker came in from the City of Lakewood Sustainablility Office to discuss current planning issues the city is facing. Students were then tasked with designing a sustainable plan for the city in the future. Students collaborated in groups of 4 to create the projects.

Follow up: The city of Lakewood saw the projects the students created and asked the students to come present their projects during the Earth Day celebration.

Class: AP Art

Project: Create a digital portfolio to house your artwork

Background: Students within the class peer reviewed each other's work, using art critique language. Students then revised their work and created a final portfolio of their work.

Copy of AP Art Portfolio Pieces
Clean Air Act.mp4

Class: Environmental Science

Project: Research a current environmental law and create a video explaining what the law states and how and why it was implemented. All students saw each other's work as it was played and they completed a peer evaluation of the work.