Project-based Learning. EDT3470 January 14, 2013. Technology Empowers Student Field Work. http://www.edutopia.org/naturemapping-technology-data-collection-video Fourth-grade students make meaningful contributions to science through the nationwide NatureMapping program. .
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January 14, 2013
Fourth-grade students make meaningful contributions to science through the nationwide NatureMapping program.
I think it is a good idea to find ways to have students interact with members of their community (like the farmers in this video) as a way to support their learning.
A Honolulu school uses technology to illuminate an ancient heritage.
I students from different grade levels work together on projects.feel that creative thinking and the ability to let students make mistakes and problem solve their way to a solution are two of many characteristics that are vital to educators who are integrating technology into daily classroom learning.
Student-driven class activities, enhanced by technology, launch kindergartners on a journey of lifelong learning.
I believe it is important to students from different grade levels work together on projects.get students engaged by doing projects that link the students to their real world and bring the real world into the school setting!
Thousands of students track migration patterns of butterflies and other species as part of this online project.