Snap Them Up! Capture Ideas & Evidence And Upload!
My students need 3 Google Nexus 7 tablets.
This project expired on December 31, 2014.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
One of the great things about our engineering classes is much of the student work is hands-on active learning, whether it be sketching out a product idea, building a machine, or bread-boarding a circuit solution, our students are "doing" not just being lectured to.
We like to say our students are from the top 80% of our student body.
Some are exploring the possibility of pursuing an engineering related field, others are into their second or third year of engineering studies and getting themselves ready for continuing their studies after high school.
Those studies after high school will include community college as well as university programs in engineering and engineering technology. Most of our students will go on to pursue 4 year degrees, but some will pursue 2 year degree or certificate programs and be more on the hands-on, implementation
Students who cannot afford their own smart phones will share these devices to use to take photos of their projects and their engineering notebooks and upload those images to their online portfolios and reports. By using these 3 Google Nexus 7 tablets students can easily capture these images and upload them to the school provided Google Apps for Education accounts.
This will make our classroom more efficient and give ALL students the opportunity to document their work for presentation in class as well as for their portfolios to be used for summer internship and job applications.
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