As many episodes of iCarly as my daughters have watched in the past couple of years, it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that they’ve wanted to create their own web show. They created four episodes this past summer, and asked me to assist them in creating a website (www.thezebraprint.com) and associated YouTube and Twitter social media channels. For a bit more background, see this post on Learning Signs. A new day has dawned. I’m curious to see how much interest they will continue to have in this project now that the school year is in full swing.
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On this day..
- Deepening our Learning Through Storytelling: creativity, STEM and stories - 2011
- Google SketchUp Workshop (Sept 2011) - 2011
- A Real Tipping Point? Vision for Individualized Learning in Maine - 2011
- This is a big map! (Giant Traveling Maps from National Geographic) - 2011
- The Fourth Part of the World by Toby Lester - 2011
- Giant Traveling Maps project from National Geographic - 2011
- Google in Education and Chromebooks (Sept 2011) - 2011
- Digitizing Student Portfolios with an iPod Touch - 2011
- Sticking with Free Ad-Supported SMS Alerts for Class - 2010
- Culture shock can happen in different environments, but friends help minimize its effects - 2010