Mrs. Pistulka’s third grade reading class at O’Neill Elementary brought their local community history research to life by authoring a book enhanced with augmented reality. Katie Morrow from ESU 8 worked with the class to assemble the research narratives students wrote and the illustrations they created into a book modeled after “The Important Book” by Margaret Wise Brown. […]
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Entries by Katie Morrow
O’Neill Public School shares the story of their 24/7 Learning initiative (1:1 learning with MacBooks). Read O’Neill’s story on the iBooks Store
View Mrs. Pistulka’s 3rd Grade Reading Class’s Newscast all about their hometown community!
This event at Lynch Public School was worthy of being a spotlight classroom project as it involved the entire school and community! Read more here.
West Holt 4th graders researched honey bees and creatively shared what they learned through a hologram! Original video: HoneyBees Hologram video: Honeybees Hologram Read more about the creation process and use of green screen in this post.
The West Holt 4th graders under guidance of Mrs. Shirley Rossman blended digital with analog when creating a Nebraska history book for the state’s 150th anniversary. Student writing was brought to life through augmented reality. Read more about the process on this post.
O’Neill St. Mary’s 1st graders, under the guidance of their teacher Carole Willis, created this digital book using Toontastic 3D and Book Creator on their iPads. View the finished product on the iBooks Store Read more about the creation process with this blog post.
Student-authored book on iBooks Store Tina Dohrman – West Holt – HS ENG 10 This book was created for an assignment in conjunction with the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Students were divided into pairs and given a topic from the 1930’s to research. This book was created in 2016 by West […]
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