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Robotics with Lego
Students build robots out of LEGO pieces and program them to perform specific tasks. Programming these robots to perform specific behaviors helps students become active, systematic and collaborative learners.
The Gooru Squad
The Gooru Squad is an afterschool club that will develop students who are highly skilled in utilizing Google Apps tools. Students are provided training once a week so that they can provide support to peers and teachers during school hours.
The Applet Team is an after school club that is designed to develop students who are highly skilled in utilizing Apple tools. Students are provided training once a week so that they can provide support to peers and teachers during school hours.
Python Programming Language
4th and 5th grade students learned about basic operators, variables, strings, lists, tuples, and drawing with turtles using the Python programming language.
5th graders created circuits and interfaces to interact with their microcontrollers. This involved the use of code, as well as problem-solving and decision-making skills.
3rd and 4th grade students learned about the elements of composition and perspectives. Find their photos in the link below.
Minecraft EdTech Training Center
This training server is a safe and instructional environment where teachers, student-support specialists, and administrators can practice playing Minecraft.
Architecture Project (Area & Perim.)
3rd grader creates his structure after finding its area and perimeter.
Developing Community with Minecraft
3rd graders work together to create the ideal community using civic concepts.
Power Searching with Google Search
5th graders learning crucial online research skills that are foundational to lifelong learning.
The Hour of Code
Mark Zuckerburg teaching a 3rd grade student about repeat loops with Blockly.
The Hour of Code
Electric Circuit with Minecraft
Students learned to identify each component of electrical circuits (power source, load, switch, resistor, electrons, etc.) and describe the function of each component. After becoming content experts, students took on the role of museum curators and created a 3D digital “Electric Circuits” exhibit that people can visit online.
4th grader creates a "live" volcano with moving lava, vent, magma chamber, and ash cloud.
Students took on the role of Starfleet Academy Cadets who needed to arrange items on the ship’s manifest for teleportation using the physical and chemical properties of matter.
Google Apps for Education Summit
PD session on 2nd grade e-Portfolios with Google Apps
KIS EdTech Team (2012-2015)
Provides assistance in tech integration, as well as daily 30 minute PD sessions in the Fish Bowl.