to demonstrate understanding
Google Classroom: hcbq8qg
Instructors: Dan Shinneman and Adam McBride
Dates = January 19th & January 31st, 2018 from 8am-3:30pm
- Take a deeper dive into publishing tools and create a product alone, with a partner, or with a team.
- Publish work to a digital space like Google Sites, for VR, Google Classroom, YouTube, SeeSaw, or other options.
- Offer peer feedback to classmates published works.
- Logistics and introduction
- Activity: Digital Leadership
- Create a final product individually, with a partner or with a team
- Lunch break 11:30-12:30
- Ed Tech Bucks Giveaway & InnedCO registration and Spring PD
- Activity: Google Drawing or Pixlr-Why Publish? Share with class
- Finish your final product by publishing it to our class website
- Provide feedback to others
- Wrap up and class feedback
- Outside of class work accounting for 1 hour-submit refreshed lesson, teacher sample or student sample using digital tools with publishing to our Google Classroom
Create a product to publish - Don't forget the Lesson Refresh Template!
- Ideas for Topics
- Teacher example for a publishing project that you are planning on having students create (Video, Poster, Presentation, Blog or other creative idea)
- Video Trailer, Comic, or Poster about a book, historic event, topic or person (Using WeVideo or Seesaw)
- Homelessness Close to Home - A student made mini-documentary
- Podcast challenge-discuss a topic similar to the Mantis Shrimp podcast we heard in Day 1 or check out other episodes of your favorite podcasts.
- Here are some great examples from the Polaris Historian Projects
- Learning in Action - A blog post that showcases ‘what’s happening’ in a classroom or department. Can include pictures/video/multimedia within the post.
- Public service announcement: video, poster or presentation
- Create a picture book using Storybird to publish
Finish your final product by publishing it to our class website
Activity after lunch: Why should we publish student work?
- Check out this blog post and for some ideas. 5 reasons to publish student work.
- Publishing for immediate and varied feedback
- High-stakes learning
- Effective communications
- Content creators, not simply content consumers
- Positive digital citizenship
Here is another great resource about publishing student writing
Submit your Google Drawing to our Google Classroom -code to join our class is hcbq8qg