LiveBinders ~ A Virtual 3 - Ring Binder: Learn how to store, organize, collaborate, and present digital content!
Attention Students and Teachers!
LiveBinders is a Digital Curation Tool, which will help both students and teachers alike, store, organize, collaborate and present digital content! According to the LiveBinders website, "Create your own classroom textbooks, evidence documentation, ePortfolios, and more. Make it easy for your students to find and use resources in a visual context they understand. LiveBinders opens up new opportunities for collaborating, organizing, and sharing resources that were never possible before."
Please view this example of a Live Binder.
The next time you have a research project, create a binder to collect and organize all the documents, videos, images, and webpages you find. Once you find all the information you need to support your topic, you can even take notes next to each piece of supporting evidence.
Please view this Tech Brief to learn how to get started with LiveBinders!
If you have any questions, please contact me: email@example.com
Attention all students, please register for the Champlain College Young Writer's Conference to be held in May! Registration deadline is February 24th.
Students, please read the following invitation to participate in the Champlain College Young Writer's Conference, to be held May 26th - 28th, 2017.
Please note, to attend you must register by the postmark DEADLINE OF FEBRUARY 24.
Dear High-Stepping Daughters and Sons of the Word Road,
You are cordially invited to attend a weekend of writing workshops, craft sessions, and open mic at the Champlain College Young Writers' Conference, May 26-28. Now in our seventeenth year, our doors are open to high school students who wish to share their passion for story, drama, and song with their writerly brothers and sisters—and with celebrated New England authors. We offer three days of readings, improv, Moth storytelling, poetry slams, literary jazz/blues fusion, and extended friendship on the hillside campus of Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont.
OUR 2017 KEYNOTE SPEAKER, AWARD-WINNING POET AND ESSAYIST NAOMI SHIHAB NYE, is the author of more than 30 volumes, including 19 Varieties of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East; A Maze Me; Red Suitcase; Words under the Words; Fuel; You & Yours; Mint Snowball; Never in a Hurry: Essays on People and Places; I’ll Ask You Three Times, Are you Okay?; Habibi; and Going, Going. In addition to receiving numerous fellowships and awards, Naomi’s work has been presented on NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion and The Writer’s Almanac. She was featured in two PBS poetry specials, and has appeared on NOW with Bill Moyers. Born to a Palestinian father and an American mother, Naomi refers to herself as a "wandering poet."
The postmark DEADLINE OF FEBRUARY 24 is fast approaching and the blue lights are flashing. If you have a tale to spin, or a story to share, please visit our website: http://www.champlain.edu/write
Jim Ellefson & Lesley Wright, Co-Directors
FHUHS Students learned to program the Finch Robot with the programming language SNAP in our "Hour of Code" this week.
Students participated in the "Hour of Code" this week. They were introduced to the programming language SNAP, which they used to learn how to program our Finch Robot. Please see the images below, which were also posted to this website.
This week is the "Hour Of Code" week! Come to the library/i-Media center and try one hour of code on Wednesday, December 7th, during Inquiry!
What is the "Hour of Code"?
“The 'Hour of Code™' is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week [csedweek.org] and Code.org [code.org] to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming."
Please see this webpage to start learning how to code.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
Hope to see you during Inquiry on Wednesday, December 7th!