Our video will give you a glimpse of what actually goes on during Animation Station. Remember, we are all about process, not product. The bulk of the learning comes from planning, designing, building, redesigning, and rebuilding.
9-12 MAP Assessments all week, so no technology lessons, and no math classes.
This short week was quite busy, which is the perfect way to start out another year of creating, learning, and exploring. Our video features students in Tuesday and Friday WeDo Robotics, an animation by Sophie H., and a glimpse into a 6th VR grade lesson.
Short week, so a short video!
4th graders have been keyboarding, storyboarding, and coding. In our video, you will see them using the Tynker iPad app for the very first time, and then a 5th graders working on the same challenge. 6th graders were introduced to cospaces.io, an amazing online platform for creating AR and VR. Happy Holidays!!
This week’s video includes students in Monday’s Crack the Code Afterschool class, 4th graders from Molly’s class working together to complete a Dash robot challenge, an amazing video independently produced by 1st graders Calin, Audrey and Roy, during Animation Station Afterschool class, and a student animation created by Kate, a 6th grader, for Trish’s class performance.
Well, it’s probably no surprise that CS Ed Week was absolutlely amazing! Our video features students building, coding and exploring virtual reality.
Of course, students have been keyboarding, making collages, finishing animations for their class performance, writing reports, and doing a lot of storyboarding, as well. Check out our updated Hour of Code page to see more videos, including 9-12 students coding with Dash robots, and 7th graders programming BBC Micro:Bits!