Integration begins with good instruction. The technology may introduce, reinforce, extend, enrich, demonstrate, or assess learning, but it does not usurp the teacher's role as guide and facilitator.

Drawing Projects:

Students of all ages should draw regularly. This gives a glimpse into a child's mind and demonstrates what the student has learned. Rule of thumb: the older the student, the longer it takes to draw. Primary students take 10-15 minutes; intermediate need 30-45; and middle schoolers need 45-90 minutes.

Younger Student Samples:

Illustrate
Describe:
Propose:
Compare/Contrast:

Older Student Samples:

Sequence:
Synthesize: (This original file had audio included, but the sound was not uploaded with it.)
Create: or


Word Processing Projects:

Templated Report for Primary Student:
Young Student Research Report:
Intermediate Student Research Report:
Fiction based on unit knowledge:
Original project:
Updated project:
Trading card:
Reading Goals:
Non-traditional Poetry:

Presentation Software Projects:

Vocabulary: or
Figurative Language: or or
Greeting cards:
Postcards: or

Spreadsheet Projects:

100% Me:
Temperature Comparison:

Web Links:
Lenski wiki
Teachers First
I Keep Bookmarks, Elementary
I Keep Bookmarks, Middle School
Instant Poetry Forms
Library of Virtual Manipulatives (K-12)
Additional Virtual Manipulatives (3-12)
Arapahoe Public Library
Literacy Links: Kindergarten
First Grade