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Last week Madame Gutierrez-Rodriguez introduced her French students to the recently opened Innovation Lab. This particular iLab space is open to all Lower and Middle School students and teachers to design projects using tools and media not available in the … Continue reading
This year Pine Crest is launching a PreK-12 Computer Science curriculum. As a result, job responsibilities have shifted and I find myself facilitating a 7th grade Robotics wheel. While several of my students are Robotics hobbyists at home or have … Continue reading
French students explored a Tuscan villa using one of the school’s new Oculus Rift headsets. Tuscany Tour in Oculus Rift from Pine Crest Educational Tech on Vimeo.
7th Grade Earth Science classes studied layers of the earth’s atmosphere using Discovery Education simulations and resources. Students photographed and identified cloud formations and presented their information in a variety of formats: Discovery Education’s Board Builder, Prezi, PowerPoint, and Google Slides, … Continue reading
Students demonstrate oral language proficiency while enjoying a French-themed picnic. Pique-Nique from Pine Crest Educational Tech on Vimeo.
7th Grade English teachers, Daniel Boljia and Sarah Meyer Von Bremen showcased student creativity in Middle School’s first Edgar Allen Poe exhibit last December. Poe Exhibit 2014 from Pine Crest Educational Tech on Vimeo.
Algebra II students in Ms. Talbot-Paul’s classes look for parabolas in nature; take images; and bring them into Geogebra to plot their graphs. They are free to choose any presentation tool to share projects with the class. Algebra II Parabolas … Continue reading
Students in Ms. Talbot-Paul’s Algebra I classes let their imaginations run wild in the Rate of Change Project. Requirements: choose a favorite activity (hiking, climbing, cycling) and identify related events that can be represented in a graph. Next, create a … Continue reading
Ms. Strempack’s students began the year setting up laptop keyboards to type Pinyin characters.