The Adobe Creative Suite of tools (available to all Utah public school educators) includes several powerful and practical educational tools. Most teachers, though, primarily use Adobe Spark. In this session, we'll go beyond Spark and learn how Character Animator, Aero, and Rush can help infuse more creativity and wonder into your classroom.
Students will be instructed in how to make a meme to display their understanding and mastery of roots and affixes. For simplicity memes will be created using printer, paper, and pen/marker/pencil. Memes
In this lesson, students will research the physical characteristics, adaptations, and habitat of an animal and share their findings through a question-and-answer (interview) session with the animal that will be presented using a PowerPoint presentation. Following their research, students will write a script they will use to narrate their presentation. Images, text, animation/transition of slides will be evaluated along with the content and the writing mechanics. This is a face-to-face format but could be virtual/distance learning.
Amurosaurus riabinini lived on Earth in the late Cretaceous, around 72-66 million years ago. This 3D image from Google Arts & Culture site allows students to view Amurosaurus in augmented reality. Augmented Reality allows you to project 3D models into the real world through the camera on your mobile device. This image is best viewed in the Google Arts & Culture mobile app.
This is a great video for students to use to help learn and review their knife cuts.
This video aligns with:
Culinary 1: Strand 3 - Students will identify knives and food service equipment; function, proper use and care.
Culinary 2 & 3: Strand 1 - Students will differentiate knives and food service equipment function, proper use and care.
This is a Pre-K to K lesson about bees and how they help our food grow by pollinating plants. The lesson includes Keynote slides identifying bees from other insects, repetition of the word pollination, a video of the author with backyard bees, and a worksheet assessment.Students will learn how to spot a bee vs other flying insects, what pollination means, what a beehive looks like, and will see bees pollinating flowers and carrying pollen to their hive.
Innovative learning coach Lauralee Ward from Alpine School District teaches C-Forum about key competencies for blended and personalized learning in the K-12 classroom.
Innovative learning coach Michelle Jensen from Alpine School District teaches C-Forum about key competencies for blended and personalized learning in the K-12 classroom.
Darren Draper, Director of Innovative Learning in Alpine School District, teaches C-Forum about lessons learned by educators during the COVID-19 pandemic and the practices students need their teachers to continue moving forward.
Innovative learning coaches Allie Jolley and Hank Heriford from Alpine School District teach C-Forum about effective teacher clarity in Canvas.
Innovative learning coaches Lindsi Coughran and Olivia Dial from Alpine School District teach C-Forum about effective teacher clarity in Google Classroom.
Leah Voorhies, Utah Assistant Superintendent of Student Support, teaches C-Forum about the Utah State Board of Education Portrait of a First-Year Teacher.
Innovative learning coaches Melissa Bostwick, Kim Jones, and Blaine Edman from Alpine School District teach C-Forum about how to use technology to promote social and emotional wellness.
Principal Matt Dias from Alpine School District teaches C-Forum about teacher clarity and feedback.
Becca Esplin shares with C-Forum members how Iron County School District is integrating the makerspace movement into libraries and elementary classrooms.
Cory Henwood from Iron County School District gives C-Forum members a look at the several online education programs managed by Iron Online and the system used to connect remote employees.
Cory Henwood from Iron County School District teaches C-Forum members about the district's competency-based learning and standards-based grading journey.