Digital Learning Day
What's Happening in West Virginia?
Students in Mrs. Ernstes' Honors Civics classes at University High School,
In honor of Digital Learning Day, we have put a slideshow of the digital learning going on at Martinsburg High School on our website. Check it out:http://www.edline.net/pages/Martinsburg_HS.
Park south physics.
First Block US to 1900 class using SASINSCHOOL website learning about social issues during the colonial era
Students in our basic foods class at the West Virginia School for the Deaf learn about combination foods and food groups by using thenutritionexplorations.org website and the interactive board. The young man in the photo receives peer mentoring from his friend.
Good Morning! I've attached a photo of the children in my class using IXL to reinforce math skills, as well as the children who use ProXTalkers. I teach at Mercer Elementary in Princeton (Mercer County), WV. I have a self contained classroom of children with moderate mental impairments. I have found that digital learning really enhances our curriculum. We use several websites on a regular basis, from Education City to IXL and everything in between. Almost all of our paper materials are projected on the Smart board through the ELMO and completed as a group.
Please find attached 3 pics from my class. We are working on timezones, focusing on the International Dateline and Greenwich Mean Time. We are comparing/calculating times in our classroom with times in Afghanistan and Pakistan in conjunction with our unit based on the book "Three Cups of Tea."
Tech/conceptual physics using data studio analysis of motion.
Dave Foggin, Park South
More pictures from Mrs. Tenney and Miss Gaunt's 1st grade class.