Utilizing Everyone Can Create Projects in My Instructional Technology Support Role

In my role as an Instructional Technology Specialist, I work with elementary teachers to create innovative instructional opportunities to empower their learners. I love using the Everyone Can Create Projects when supporting teachers in leveraging the iPad in their lesson framework. They are easily customizable to any grade level and content area. The step-by-step tutorials are easy to follow, and teachers gain knowledge on how to implement the project in their classrooms through creations of their own.

When I was asked to create a professional development opportunity for a school I support, I immediately looked to the Everyone Can Create Projects in the Education Community. Through Everyone Can Create, the teachers I present to will leave with a new project idea in their toolkit they feel confident implementing with their own students immediately.

I had so much fun creating my stop motion GIF in Keynote, and I cannot wait to present this process to a school in my district in just a couple of weeks!

 

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Posted on September 18, 2023

I love this idea Kelsey! Currently emailing my 3rd grade science teachers this idea for a performance assessment option!

Posted on December 02, 2023

I know you have brought this idea into many campuses, grade levels, and content areas - would love to see you share some more of your integration examples 😁. Thanks for all of the impactful work that you do!

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