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Sunday, February 17

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    Upstate Technology Conference
    June 12, 2012
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    Learn some tricks and tips for making images that do the work for you! Teach students to create visual booktalks, announcements, and signage just to name a few--use school provided sotfware to showcase student work and more. (NOTE: This session was a hands on session where after a short discussion driven by the slides below, participants used the links below to create a "visual" book report.)
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Wednesday, October 24

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    The following “end products” are listed here as a suggested alternative to the standard written research paper. The ideas shared here do not eliminate the need for your typical research process, including the citation of sources. Teaching the research process can become boring and tedious for both the teacher and the student. By approaching the required standard, consider alternatives to the written research paper. Using varied end products can get students interested in their topic and give them knew and innovative ways to demonstrate concept mastery.
    There is a need for collaboration to make these effective projects. Please consult your collaborating teacher for student requirements and a rubric. It is highly recommended that the rubrics be planned together, and the two (or more) collaborating teachers take on different aspects of the assessment piece. Perhaps the requirements and rubric can be agreed upon in a consultation with your teacher before committing to a project type.
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    There is a need for collaboration to make these effective projects. Please consult your collaborating teacher for student requirements and a rubric. It is highly recommended that the rubrics be planned together, and the two (or more) collaborating teachers take on different aspects of the assessment piece. Perhaps the requirements and rubric can be agreed upon in a consultation with your teacher before committing to a project type.
    Some of these lend themselves to being done alone as a stand alone project, while others may require you select two or three to put together for a project. It is suggested if students get to “pick” and “choose” they are required to get plans approved first.
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Tuesday, October 9

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