Tuesday, May 26, 2015

4th Grade Persuasive Presentations

4th grade has been working on writing persuasive papers. To present their topic, they were given a few choices: MoveNote, WeVideo, Google Slides, and PowToon. Here are a few examples of their final presentations.





Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Scatterplots and Robots in TAG

TAG students used Lego Mindstorm robots to gather data, create scatterplots, and determine correlation.

Then, they blogged about it! Check it out!
http://oehlertag.blogspot.com/2015/05/scatterplots-and-robots.html


Thursday, May 7, 2015

Class photo time!

We used https://www.androidify.com/en/#/ to create animated gif avatars for ourselves and then added them to a google slideshow.
Check it out!


Wednesday, April 29, 2015

3rd grade - Mystery Number!

We were so happy to get a call this morning to help out our friends at Gattis Elementary School. They had a last minute cancellation for their Mystery Number Hangout- so Mrs. Galvan's Trailblazers stepped in!
What's a Mystery Number Hangout? Good question! It's basically playing 20 questions with another classroom to try to guess the number 1-100 that they've chosen. Each class takes turns guessing. For example, "Is your number even?" Our students had a blast!
Check out some pictures:




Tuesday, April 7, 2015

3rd Grade Graphing

Mrs. Crooks' third grade class did a GREAT job using Google Sheets to create graphs using class data. Students collected data about a variety of subjects and then inputted it into a spreadsheet and created a graph. They labeled both the x and y axis and gave it a title.
Check out these great examples!



Friday, March 27, 2015

Virtual Field Trip to Ford's Theatre

5th grade went on a virtual field trip to Ford's Theater yesterday where they learned about the events that lead up to the assassination, what happened on the actual day, and how the country was changed when Abraham Lincoln died.  


Tuesday, March 24, 2015

1st grade Publishing with Microsoft Word

After writing a fantasy story in the classroom, 1st grade students used Microsoft Word to publish their stories. They also worked on saving their documents to their folders.








Students pictured are from Mr. Magos and Mrs. Humphres classes.