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As part of Pensacola Catholic High School's Creative Writing course, students created podcasts of their original poetry. By using digital tools, students were able to give the audience a more complex visual interpretation of their writing.
Pensacola Catholic High School has developed a semester-long course using Motion to teach students the basics of design and animation. Through a series of short, focused projects, students learn to create animations that illustrate concepts
We teach 59 grade 6 and 7 students in the Intensive French program in the Surrey School District. As a way to improve their oral language, we had the students create an enhanced podcast for a story.
The Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) program is a relationship program focused on educational excellence and leadership. ADEs are members of a select group of K-12 and Higher Education professionals possessing an identified expertise in educational technology leadership.
On September 3, 2010, Apple will be phasing out the ALI website. For years the Apple Learning Interchange (ALI) has served as an important resource for educators to access great education content, share best practices, and learn more about using technology in the context of teaching and learning. Over the last three years, iTunes U in the iTunes Store has grown to be an even larger education resource.
Higher Education CIOs and other Information Technology (IT) leaders from some of the top colleges and universities in North America gathered in Scottsdale, AZ and Baltimore, MD this spring at the Education Leadership summits hosted by Apple.
This exhibit will show school administrators how they can get more out of their iPod Touch/iPhone! Find out how to use your iPod to extend your "personal learning network", communicate with staff, schedule your day, keep yourself organize, and much more! Let's lead the way in leadership 2.0!
This year we had over 100 Coho eggs to raise. I was concerned about the effect so many fish would have on our water quality, but we were able to keep the ammonia at bay and ended up with over 90% success rate.
This Podcast Series will cover some of the high points of the Colorado TIE held the last week of June 2009 in Copper Mountain Ski Resort in Colorado. Join us for keynote speakers, interviews and concurrent sessions- subscribe now!
In this exhibit students are using tools like laptops and digital microscopes to analyze the contents of an owl “pellet”. This technique is one of many ways for scientists to make inferences about the health and status of an ecosystem. Students also use concept mapping to determine the direction of energy flow among organisms in the biome.
NASA, NOAA, and other government sponsored science research groups encourage students to download and use the latest data for learning science. In this exhibit students used iPhoto and time lapse photography to capture geologic processes and answer the question "Did water exist on Mars?" Using this teaching strategy of speeding up time, natural events that would typically go unnoticed come alive as students note in their stream tables and glaciers long term changes that can take years or centuries to create naturally.
In this exhibit students explore the safety of substances in their own home. Using digital probeware and laptops middle school students explore properties of normal household products like their pH, corrosivity, combustability, and inhilation hazard to protect their siblings from harm.
In this collaboration students were engaged in creating the artifacts and questions for a game show played to learn earth science concepts. The teacher reflects in this exhibit of the advantages of using digital tools to enhance engagement and achievement.
In this exhibit teachers revised their traditional lab practices to incorporate live data collection and analysis to re-engage their typically bored science students.
This is a featured exhibit with a related group that is an interdisciplinary study of polar bears with an emphasis on global warming and the issues that are endangering this species.
Newham is a poor area of East London. It was recently ranked 3rd worst place to live in the UK! Yet this area is set to radically change with 3 major projects: 1. The 2012 Olympic games 2. The building of Stratford International railway station (Eurostar) and 3. The building of Stratford City including Europe's largest shopping mall. Add to this the imminent arrival of Europe's largest aquarium, London Zoo's Biota project) and the development of the Royal Docks and suddenly Newham looks less of a 'write off'. Over the past 5 years I have toured the borough's primary schools with a bag of Apple notebooks loaded up with video and still images. Students identified as Gifted & Talented work on creating Digital Stories based upon their experiences of living in the UK's 3rd worst place. This submission aims to show how Apple products are used innovatively to allow children to comment on how they view their neighbourhood. The views contained in the project are of the author and not necessarily those of The London Borough of Newham.
This challenged based learning lesson will engage students in an interactive, collaborative and mobile connection to learning about the United States Supreme Court. Students will understand the impact and influence of the Court by formulating questions and gathering data about the Court, analyzing Court cases, and understanding the impact of the Court on their communities.
Oak-Land Jr. High School in Lake Elmo, MN, where students are prepared for their digital world with a 1:1 laptop environment.