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Saturday, November 21 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Atrocity Museum: An Interdisciplinary Framework combining Technology and S.T.E.A.M.

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We want to transform classrooms into engaging, technology infused environments. We have created a framework that is designed using cooperative learning structures so that you can collaborate with colleagues and students to discover, share, and solve problems. We provide teachers a foundation for building a choice based, interdisciplinary curriculum, in which students become knowledge constructors. These empowered learners create a variety of writing and technology products such as 3D printed artifacts, vlogs, AR/VR worlds, 360 photos, movies etc. . This framework can be applied in multiple subjects, standards, and grade levels. It can also be adjusted for long-term projects (1+ years) or even mini assessments. In our "Atrocity Museum" we have students who have created a portfolio of multifaceted tech savvy museum exhibits using multiple technology applications and also S.T.E.A.M. As you tour their museum you can experience historical revolutions, wars, weapons, and technology. Atrocity Museum is collaborative, creative, and competitive. Once you invest in our framework, you will leverage technology to improve student learning.

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Brandy Kinney

HS ELA, Salamanca High School
I am an ELA teacher co-presenting with an amazing fellow teacher, Brooke Canale. We are have been creating and debating since 2008 and we would love to share all of our ideas on how to integrate, collaborate, and engage your students using technology. We combine literacy, history... Read More →

Saturday November 21, 2020 2:00pm - 2:50pm EST