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My students are constantly engaged in hands on STEM projects and labs. AP physics students complete frequent labs while Principles of STEM students learn the fundamentals of STEM while creating hands on projects and models related to the field. Since our school has such a high percentage of low socioeconomic students, my students highly benefit from hands on experience.
Due to the Coronavirus, my students have been separated from this hands on approach to learning.
Students now rely on Google Classroom, online videos, Google Documents, virtual labs, and other resources to facilitate the learning. However, due to the nature of the situation, very few students are remaining engaged in the learning process. In order to minimize the effects of social distancing, we are looking for ways to keep my students engaged in real world applications of STEM.
During the 2020-2021 school year, students will learn through a blended model. This means they will attend class for a short time each week and continue their learning from home. For the portion that is conducted at home, students will be expected to watch video lessons, attend virtual meetings, complete digital assignments, and carry out virtual investigations.
The Wacom One Drawing tablet will transform the quality of my video lessons in order to increase student engagement and participation.
Using the Wacom One, I will work through slides and documents that would normally be completed in class. The tablet will allow me to annotate the screen to make videos more dynamic and a higher quality. These videos will be played in Edpuzzle to track student progress, and questions will be imbedded in the videos to track student understanding. The Wacom one will also be used to design files and edit photos in Robotics and Principles of STEM class
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