Third graders learning about their digital footprint. #digitalcitizenship
Third graders at Greenwood use Seesaw to record and share their Science discoveries. Students have just received permission to start commenting on each other's work in Seesaw. This lesson focused on the Do's and Don'ts of commenting and liking. In groups, students took turns acting out the same comment in different styles (angry, confused, snarky). This led to a discussion about vague, unspecific comments, the power of words, and Seesaw as a digital community. Students were then introduced to the TAG system of commenting (see picture). After signing a pledge promising to be responsible digital citizens, students commented on their classmates' science work in Seesaw!
1w Third grade students learning about digital citizenship and appropriate commenting. #wordscanhurt #wordscanbuildothersup
Third Graders at Woodville are starting a Science unit on sound. First we used Britannica online to research the process of sound creation (vibration, sound waves, receiver). Students took notes and then used an online voice recorder to capture their notes. Then they had a chance to record a funny noise!