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Great Ways to Use Classroom Tributes

Great Ways to Use Classroom Tributes

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    Bespreken Mediawijsheidsplan in Management-team

    1-8-2009

    bespreking plannen

    Added on 2008-11-08 09:30:17

    Add voices

    10-26-2007

    It appears that the recording feature requires a long distance phone call, so maybe you want to reserve this for very special events, but you CAN record audio clips as part of the tribute. One possible work-around would be to embed a clip you record and host elsewhere on the web. Have students narrate about the events in the timeline. Or make the tribute a visual accompaniment to an audio podcast.

    Added on 2007-10-26 12:54:24

    Create an interactive writing prompt for your class blog

    10-26-2007

    Create an interactive writing prompt for your class blog

    Post a link to a tribbit as a writing prompt: a set of photos, a quote or two, or things you collect from current events, such as a week in review. Have students blog on your prompt. Then invite them to create tribbit prompts for others to write about.

    Added on 2007-10-26 12:52:00

    Create a digital scrapbook

    10-26-2007

    Create a digital scrapbook

    Collect "artifacts" related to an event, a person, a science concept, a piece of music, a time period...and place them in a timeline of "impressions," including student reflections on the concept, person, etc.

    Added on 2007-10-26 12:47:43

    Add theme music to the project

    September, 2007

    Added on 2007-10-26 12:43:28

    Create student collaborative projects

    November, 2007

    Create student collaborative projects

    Invite a group of students to work on the same "tribute" together: Steps leading to the Revolutionary War, Influential factors in the writing of Charles Dickens, steps in oxidation/reduction reactions, layers of the rainforest, effects of smoking, causes and impact of global warming, etc.

    Added on 2007-10-26 12:40:03

    Record annotated images

    10-26-2007

    Document student art portfolios or steps in creation of a project by uploading and annotating images of the process.

    Added on 2007-10-26 12:32:36

    Document a place in local history

    October 2007

    Use digital pictures, text, and voice to pay tribute to an important location: the scene of a major historical event, a landmark, or a figure from the past.

    Added on 2007-10-26 12:30:21