If You Give a Teacher a Project

If you give a teacher a project,
he/she will ask for instructions.

If you give the teacher instructions,
he/she will want to know a timeline.

If you give the teacher a timeline,
he/she will want to know materials needed.

If you give the teacher a list of materials needed,
he/she will want to know if they can take pictures of what is made.

If you tell the teacher “please take pictures”,
he/she will want to know where to share the pictures.

If you give the teacher a link to a shared google slide show,
he/she will want to know where to share a video.

If you give the teacher a link to flipgrid,
he/she will want to know if this embeds in Seesaw (yes it does)

If the teacher sends the info to Seesaw,
he/she will want to know where other teachers are that are doing this.

If you create a collaborative map to share their location,
he/she will want to know if they can skype/hangout/email etc with other classrooms.

If you create collaborative document to connect via skype/hangouts/etc,
he/she will say “how else can we connect?”

When you answer the question — “how else can we connect,”
you host another project.

 

Holiday Card is up and running.   Right now, we have 39 groups — probably will end up with 40+.   Our theme this year is STARS.
Still thinking of ideas for next year.

http://holidaycardproject.weebly.com/ 

Happy Holidays
Jen

 

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