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Third Nine Weeks Student Art Work (VP)

We love to post student work at Mabry, and our Art teacher probably puts more student work up on bulletin boards around the school than anyone else. The work our students produce is so beautiful, she eagerly shares it with everyone in our school community.

But why not share it to a much broader audience? This third video podcast of student art work at our school is posted to our new Worldwide Bulletin Board. Now our students can share their work with their friends and relatives all over the world!

Enjoy!

posted on: May 03, 2006

Second Nine Weeks Student Art Work (VP)

We love to post student work at Mabry, and our Art teacher probably puts more student work up on bulletin boards around the school than anyone else. The work our students produce is so beautiful, she eagerly shares it with everyone in our school community.

But why not share it to a much broader audience? This second video podcast of student art work at our school is posted to our new Worldwide Bulletin Board. Now our students can share their work with their friends and relatives all over the world!

Enjoy!

posted on: May 03, 2006

PE Department Gets Psyched for Film Festival with Frisbees (VP)

Every year the PE Department has produced an outstanding award-winning movie for the Film Festival and has taken home an Oscar. What's even more amazing is that each year the movie team has a different Coach for their sponsor! (No pressure here for this year's sponsor, Coach Spannagel!...)

Well, like any great group of coaches, you warm up the team before the big game. That's exactly what Coach McCall did with this video podcast! The students got to start practicing their technology skills as the PE Department gears up for their BIG movie project.

Our students recently finished their Ultimate Frisby unit, and Coach McCall had the camera crew working, followed by the video software editing team. The students put together this video podcast that shows off their learning new frisbee stunts and preparing for the final round of Ultimate Frisbee.

Who said PE couldn't integrate technology into their curriculum?! Our PE Department is at the top of their game!

posted on: November 07, 2005

Social Studies Projects (part 2) (VP)

Each of our sixth grade Social Studies students typically does a report on each student's family's geographic, religious, and cultural heritage. These reports have then been presented to the class as a wonderful way to highlight family heritage and values and to welcome students into a greater understanding and appreciation of the rich geographic diversity that constitutes our larger school community.

Last year the Social Studies teachers decided to use digital storytelling to make this project come alive. Students scan in pictures and take pictures of family artifacts and then combine them in video celebrating their family. This year we are sharing two of those family stories with our larger classroom, the whole world. Hopefully the friends and relatives of these children, friends and relatives who live all over the world, can see these students' work. Enjoy these student-created stories of ancestry, rich heritage, and connectedness.

This project was created by Julie. The project in the post below was created by Abby. Enjoy the work of these two 6th graders.

posted on: November 07, 2005

Social Studies Projects (part 1) (VP)

Each of our sixth grade Social Studies students typically does a report on each student's family's geographic, religious, and cultural heritage. These reports have then been presented to the class as a wonderful way to highlight family heritage and values and to welcome students into a greater understanding and appreciation of the rich geographic diversity that constitutes our larger school community.

Last year the Social Studies teachers decided to use digital storytelling to make this project come alive. Students scan in pictures and take pictures of family artifacts and then combine them in video celebrating their family. This year we are sharing two of those family stories with our larger classroom, the whole world. Hopefully the friends and relatives of these children, friends and relatives who live all over the world, can see these students' work. Enjoy these student-created stories of ancestry, rich heritage, and connectedness.

This project was created by Abby. The project in the post above was created by Julie. Enjoy the work of these two 6th graders.

posted on: November 07, 2005

First Nine Weeks Student Art Work (VP)

We love to post student work at Mabry, and our Art teacher probably puts more student work up on bulletin boards around the school than anyone else. The work our students produce is so beautiful, she eagerly shares it with everyone in our school community.

But why not share it to a much broader audience? This first video podcast of student art work at our school is posted to our new Worldwide Bulletin Board. Now our students can share their work with their friends and relatives all over the world!

Enjoy!

posted on: November 02, 2005

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