Posted by Stacey Roshan

Visual Art Peer Critiques Reimagined Using @justmoteHQ

Visual Art Peer Critiques Reimagined Using @justmoteHQ

Find the full blog post on the Bullis School website Visual Art Peer Critiques Reimagined Shifting to an asynchronous presentation format allowed all students to actively engage and give constructive feedback on the work of their classmates  In a typical year, Art teacher Alice Shih-Kahn would spend two or three class periods having students present their … Continue reading

Spanish IV Students @BullisSchool Use a Variety of #EdTech Tools to Create Digital Presentations, Conduct a Peer Critique, and Reflect on Learning Outcomes @AdobeSpark @Flipgrid

Spanish IV Students @BullisSchool Use a Variety of #EdTech Tools to Create Digital Presentations, Conduct a Peer Critique, and Reflect on Learning Outcomes @AdobeSpark @Flipgrid

Find the full blog post on the Bullis School website What is Puerto Rico? Spanish IV Students Use a Variety of Tech Tools to Create Digital Presentations, Conduct a Peer Critique, and Reflect on Learning Outcomes BY STACEY ROSHAN, DIRECTOR OF INNOVATION AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Students in Spanish IV, taught by Bryan Whitford and Hilary Vellenga, just wrapped … Continue reading

AP Psychology students @BullisSchool use @Flipgrid to foster authentic engagement in studying “flashbulb memories”

AP Psychology students @BullisSchool use @Flipgrid to foster authentic engagement in studying “flashbulb memories”

Find the full blog post on the Bullis School website . Where Were You When…? AP Psychology students in Ms. Kowalew’s class use Flipgrid to foster authentic engagement in studying “flashbulb memories” BY STACEY ROSHAN, DIRECTOR OF INNOVATION AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Each year in AP Psychology, students complete a “Flashbulb Memory” project as part of … Continue reading