During the most recent edition of Live Curious, Go Beyond, I was fortunate to attend 4 different sessions. With so many sessions of such high quality, the choices were difficult to make.
- Gotta Catch All Students Through Pokemon Go
Klikaklu. It's basically an app to create scavenger hunts, in which kids have to find and match images, once they find them, they are prompted with a question or a clue to continue with the hunt. This was just what I was looking for and plan to create a game for the Kinder students. Follow @rachellanquist
- ISP Near Space Program
videos that give you a glimpse of what the students and Mr. Rios do. Follow @josedepanama
- Next Generation Science: Innovate, Create & Achieve
NGSS to ASFM I was curious to learn more about what these standards looked like. What a great opportunity to see what experimented teachers are doing. Ms. Pamela Garza and Ms. Brenda Silva, from the American Institute of Monterrey, guided us through a brief explanation of the standards and then through the Engineering Design Process. This is basic to solving problems when working with the science standards. We also practiced fun and simple STEM challenges that students are expected to carry out. Follow @pamelagza26 & @brendis99
- Shine With Your Story
Adobe Spark Page, Adobe Spark Video, and Adobe Spark Post. These applications require you create a free account that can be used for any of them. Well, just as the title suggested, you can "shine" with these amazing tools! They make publishing a breeze, with so many templates and features to choose from, in a few minutes you can have an amazing professional post, video, or web page. It's available online and through iPad apps. In fact, if you take a look at the recap of the 2017 conference, you'll find an example of a page made with Adobe Spark Page. Follow @marybellr
If you attended Live Curious, Go Beyond and want to share your experience, please leave a comment below.
This article was also published in ASFMLearns