The results of the most recent survey (May 2013) have been posted to the Assessment/Evaluation page. On this page you can access all documents related to assessment/evaluation of the TL2014 initiative.
If you would like to access the PDFs of the latest survey results, click below:
For this project, students chose an animal and researched four important facts about the animal. In art class the students then created a mask of their animal. Finally, each student recorded his/her facts using Photo Booth on the laptop computers.
To assemble the project, students uploaded each video into the Keynote presentation. They changed the background color, font size, font color and font style, and added a picture of their animal as an answer to their riddle. On the second slide with the answer, they recorded their voices using QuickTime and inserted the recording into Keynote.
Mrs. Jaindl, Library Media Teacher, and Mr. Beyer, 6th grade teacher at Salisbury Middle School, worked throughout the year with middle school students to build their capacity to move learning forward with technology.
As a part of the concluding session today, the Digital Aces created a wiki page with several videos explaining the program, showcasing what they learned and sharing some of their favorite technology tools. Check out the Digital Aces wiki page!
Thanks Mrs. Jaindl and Mr. Beyer for your work this year with our students!
iTunes U is a resource for schools and universities to post informative guides and videos. Salisbury Township School District has a section on iTunes U where teachers and staff will be creating courses with audio, video, and documents.
You can learn more about iTunes U this summer by registering for the iTunes U Summer Academy offering. Download the Summer Academy brochure to learn more!
Use the attached guide to locate our school page on iTunes U.