As we are nearing the end of the school year, I wanted to pull together just a small sampling of ideas for final projects to share with teachers at my school. So naturally, I figured I would share these resources with my blog audience, as well!
In addition to creating a game for your class, you might assign this task to students to complete in groups. Since all of the questions and answers are entered into a Google Spreadsheets, you get all of the great collaboration features of Google Docs in building a Jeopardy Game.
- Use Spark Pages to create a presentation that will be laid out like a webpage.
- Use Spark Posts to create images optimized for social media or Pinterest.
- Use Adobe Video to create a video presentation with voiceover.
Student EDpuzzle Projects
- A highlight of some key Sutori features
- Using @SutoriApp for Students to Track Study Progress & Reflections #edtech
Powtoon: Animated Video
- Getting Started with Powtoon Tutorials
- note – students cannot collaborate using the free version of Powtoon
Weebly: Build a Website
Pear Deck for Student Presentations
- Have students import their Google Slides into Pear Deck to create a more engaging class presentation.
- Students have the same access to Pear Deck that we have as teachers if they go to peardeck.com and choose “Teacher Sign In.”
*Note: you can access all of the tutorials I share with teachers at my school through this Google Spreadsheet — Tech References & Tutorials