Friday, 23 December 2016
As a culminating activity to their Science unit on the human body, students in Mrs. Wislesky's Grade 1 class in the south campus created digital books on the function of different organs. They created their work using a combination of audio, text and visual elements in the Book Creator iPad app. Here are some samples:
Thursday, 22 December 2016
As an assessment for learning, students in Morah Galit's Grade 3 class created a Padlet board. The students had a chance to collaborate, discuss and write what they recall about the holiday of Chanukah. This information was used to drive the learning forward.
Wednesday, 21 December 2016
As a culminating task for their flight unit, students in Ms. Goldenberg's Grade 6 class chose a flying object and learned about how it uses the forces of flight to fly. They then expressed what they learned in the form of a stopmotion animation video. Students reseached, designed and then created their videos on the iPad. Here are some samples of their work.
Tuesday, 20 December 2016
Students in Mrs. Miller's Grade 5 class worked collaboratively to create an e-book on different structures around the world. Using the Google Slides app on the iPad, each student was assigned some slides to contribute information and pictures to. Check out this fantastic piece!
Monday, 19 December 2016
Students in Mr. Savage's 7G Social Studies class enjoyed a fun mystery Google Hangout with a middle school class located in Billerica, Massachusettes. Using geography-based questions and Google Maps, the girls enjoyed gathering clues to try and guess the mystery location of the other class.
Sunday, 18 December 2016
Friday, 9 December 2016
Students in Morah Ariella's Kitah Alef class are learning vocabulary for Chanukah! Students created their own flashcards and then took pictures of their work to create short videos using the recording and drawing features in the Shadow Puppet EDU app.
Check out their adorable videos below!
Thursday, 8 December 2016
This week (December 5-9), students and teachers around the world will participate in the Hour of Code. This is a global event designed to introduce students to computer science and provide them with an opportunity to learn the basics of coding.
#Netivot students in SK to Grade 8 will participate in a one hour introduction to coding either on an online platform or the iPad. This introduction is geared to engage students with coding and ignite their curiosity to continue exploring it independantly.
Students in Morah Chana's Kitah Alef South are so excited for Chanukah! They used the JI Tap app on the iPad to create a digital poster related to either the story of Chanukah or the customs of the holiday. In addition to this, each student added an audio component to their poster by singing their favourite Chanukah song.
Check out their amazing creations!