Reflection: Student Ownership Myth Madness: Using Technology to Share Favorite Myths (Day 2) - Section 4: Demonstrate Skills


Today, as I walked around the lab helping students troubleshoot, I noticed quite a few times that a student would just turn to a neighbor and say, "Hey, do you know where to find the color for text again?".  The other student would lean over, and say, "Sure!  It's right here!", and then help the student find their way to changing the color of the text.  On a couple different occasions I noticed the students supporting each other in this way!  That is SO exciting!  To me, this means that the culture for learning in my classroom is not just of one of collaborative learning and working together, but it's also one of feeling as though you can command the knowledge of how to complete a task so well, that you can share that knowledge with others!  AWESOME!

  Reflection: Students Helping Students-SO COOL!
  Student Ownership: Reflection: Students Helping Students-SO COOL!
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Myth Madness: Using Technology to Share Favorite Myths (Day 2)

Unit 3: Greek Mythology Unit
Lesson 11 of 14

Objective: SWBAT use technology to produce and publish writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students will continue to create a Google Drive Presentation utilizing their graphic organizer template as well as to begin to use some advanced features.

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