Workshop for Sept 30, 2017 Directions:

The session outline:
1. Welcome
2. Using Zoom as a learning and sharing tool.
3. Create a 3D object, save it for display in Sketch Fab and share it on Zoom.

Instructions:
1. From your computer, go to: https://www.tinkercad.com/learn/
2. Create a new account and Log In.
3. Create a simple object that students will use/understand
4. Save the object  as .stl
5. Download the object (.stl file) to your desktop.

Next: 
2. Create a new account and Log In.
3. Upload your .stl  object to your new account.
4. Share it with the world/public. 
5. Copy the shared internet address in SketchFab.
example: https://skfb.ly/6tTET‚Äč

Last:
1. Go to http://msp.academy and Log In
2. Use the dropdown menu to go to the Cybrary.
3. Paste the Internet address in the Your Class Cybrary.


June Workshop Outline: 

Image:  Zoom White Board Collaborative image

The information listed below is for K-2 teachers who are registered in the MAT-PD June 2017.  

These Moodle projects are written by teachers.

Example 1:  Does it Measure Up?

Example 2:  How Big is Earth

Please click one of the links above, use your MSP.Academy username and password to access them. 

With your group, complete the projects. 

After completing the projects, you are welcome to create a project for your students in the MSP.Academy

Please enjoy using Zoom as an online communication tool. 

Please enjoy using this online communication tool. 

This is your direct link to Google Drive for downloading any and all of the handouts for MSP 2017.  You will need to navigate to the various teachers names. 

This is your direct link to the Google Drive Zip File with the handouts for MSP 2017. Please click the underlined text do download the .zip file.


Title: Discovering Slime

Author: Amy Barnett

Angela Cooper (Team Woodville Heights)

Grade Level: 1st Grade

Standards: Inquiry - 1. Understand how to plan and carry out a simple scientific investigation.

Short description: In this project, my class will discover how slime is made and learn how to make predictions and also how to measure ingredients. 

Title: Analog Clock

Authors: Fekearia Beal & Carmella Forsythe

Grade Level: 2

Standards: 2.MD.C.7 & 2.MD.C.7

  • 2.MD.C.7 Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.

  • 2.MD.C.8 Work with time and money


Short Description: This project helps students learn more about using an analog clock.

Title: Poppies

Author: Jyothsna Yerra ,Dominique Harris

Grade Level: K-2

Standards:

Description: Children are going to learn about the artist Georgia O Keefe and create 2D and 3D poppies

Title: Fraction Pizza Party

Authors: Stephanie Russum and Junko Bramlett

Grade Level: 2nd 

Standards: 2.G.3 - Partition circles and rectangles into two, three, or four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, thirds, half of, a third of, etc., and describe the whole as two halves, three thirds, four fourths. Recognize that equal shares of identical wholes need not have the same shape

Short Description: In this project, students will have the opportunity to work together in groups to create their own fraction pizza.


March 3 2018

Junko Bramlett--I had to modify the lesson plan since my class is Kindergarten.  I basically discussed with my students about a each piece we eat at Friday lunch time is a part of one whole big pizza.  The students connect real-life situation with math topic. 


Title:  Beary Estimation

Authors:  Sharron Davis, Maxie Brooks

Grade Level: K

Standards:  K.MD.2

Short description:  Estimating amount of objects in a container.


Title: Estimating Length in Inches

Authors: Brooke Furlow and Ashley Johnson

Grade Level: 2nd Grade

Standards: 2.MD.3 Estimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters, and meters.

Short Description: Students will learn how to estimate and measure in inches.


Title:  Fantastic Fractions

Authors:  Sarah-Jane Reel, Sonya Smith, Wilena Williams

Grade Level:  K

Standards:  1.G.3 Partition circle and rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half, fourth of, and quarter of.  Describe the whole as two of, or four of the shares.  Understand for these examples that decomposing into more equal shares creates similar shares.

This lesson is an introduction to fractions.  The lesson includes a story book, videos, interactive games, and an online assessment.