Kids Represent Their Work Through Tech

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Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Hi Janet - Great to hear that

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Hi Janet - Great to hear that this video inspired you. You can purchase the DVD of this video at this link: http://www.edutopia.org/schools-that-work-project-learning-in-maine-dvd.

Thanks!
Elana

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I am inspired. I teach 4th/5th grade refugee students from Africa along with some local students in Denver Public Schools. I'm curious as to how the students deal with the linguistic diversity in their process. Many of my students are just beginning to speak English. I would love to buy the DVD to motivate my students.

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Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Hi Wendy- Thanks for your

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Hi Wendy-

Thanks for your comment. We currently do not offer transcripts for our videos but I know we are discussing this possibility internally -- so hopefully we'll be able to offer transcripts soon!

Thanks for your patience and support,
Elana

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I would love to have a transcript of this video... I am compiling information on Problem based learning and would love to cite some of these events.

Thanks,

Wendy Fischer

Hot Springs, Arkansas

Hot Springs Middle School

Debbie Hennis (not verified)

I have done this with

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I have done this with special ed high school students (SDC). Lots of coaching needed. They were very enthusiastic. We did it with our career unit and they presented their work. My students vary from MR to SLD with some PDD and autism thrown in. They truly are of the digital generation and desire to be taught all this stuff they see their peers doing! I am doing an action research on this topic next fall.

Carnita Brown (not verified)

I really love this!I teach

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I really love this!I teach Special Education and I would love to share this activity with my students

Shirley Larry (not verified)

Great Work

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This is a great piece of work. It seems that not only was the school district bought into this, but also the community. It is good to see that the community still looks at the school as a part of it, not as a separate entity.

KCrowley (not verified)

Hooray-an example of teachig for the 21st Century!

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Outstanding work! Your students should be very proud of their accomplishments! Your district is certainly preparig for the 21st century-congratulations on taking the first step!

Alfred Mutanga (not verified)

PBL

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I am currently studying for an International MSc in Mathematics and Science Education at the University of Amsterdam, I have been impressed by PBL and would like to learn more about it. Can I please have copies of your videos as a means to influence others back home in Africa.
Keep up this good methodology, I have been impressed

team (not verified)

transcript

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I'd like to have the transcript of this video, since I am interested in project-based learning.

Anonymous (not verified)

I'd lihe to have a

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I'd lihe to have a transcript of the video.Wonderful project that gets students involved & responsiple about their own learning.

Anonymous (not verified)

Our students in canada do

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Our students in canada do not have access to computers, laptops (on average there is one computer in every classroom).The concepts are fabulous. I too would love to have a copy of the video.

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