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TimestampClassDisciplineCourseProject NameDescription of ProjectSuggested Type of Artifact1: Technology Operations & Concepts2: Digital Citizenship3: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving & Decision Making4: Creative and Innovation5: Research and Information Fluency6: Communication and CollaborationEmail Address
11/7/2013 10:24:10Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesIn WritingIn Writing PortfolioStudents manage their own Google Site on work for their major papers. Students include rough drafts with comments from their peers and final papers.Collaboration
Individual Choice
11/19/2013 17:13:59Freshmen Year CourseWellnessWellness IWellness Star ProjectStudents use a technology tool to create a project that shows examples of each point of the Wellness Star. The 5 points of the Wellness Star are emotional, social, physical, spiritual and intellectual. Along with the technology tool, students must orally present their project to their peers and provide a written component for the project.MultimediaYesYesYesYesNoNo
11/20/2013 12:30:05Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought PSPVirtual MuseumStudents researched and created digital posters on a Renaissance artists. Multimedia
11/24/2013 20:11:01Elective CourseComputer/BusinessWeb I: MultimediaWeb 1: Student WebsiteStudent create web pages using Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Flash.
Their site is uploaded to a server. They research information on the internet to design their pages.

The competencies are:
P - Design
Design web sites using creative problem solving methods and assessing information and strategies during the design process.
A - Techniques
Demonstrate proficiency in web site deign techniques and processes.
N - Communication
Communicate information through web site design with a unique vision and voice.
12/5/2013 13:20:12Elective CourseScienceIB Biology
Sports Health & Exercise
DissectionDissect mouseNoNoNoYesYesNo
1/21/2014 12:58:56Sophomore Year CourseMathAlgebra IIFunction Sketch Pad ActivityStudents traced a picture using a variety of power functions.MultimediaYesNoYesYesNoNo
3/24/2014 9:52:21Elective CourseIBIB MusicWorld Music PresentationPresentation for IB Music on the music of a world region. Must include video and audio.Individual Choice, Multimedia, ResearchYesYesYesYesYesYes
3/24/2014 9:55:24Elective CourseMusicMusic Tech/ProductionCreating a Film Score with Sound EffectsStudents use GarageBand and other software applications the sound (music and effects) for a short film clip.MultimediaYesNoYesYesYesNo
3/24/2014 11:49:41Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought PSPHero's Journey PresentationWorking collaboratively, students focused on theme, character, or the hero's journey to create a presentation that they gave to the class. Collaboration, Individual Choice, MultimediaYesNoYesYesNoYes
3/24/2014 15:16:43Elective CourseFACSInterior Design
Fashion Design
Pinterest BoardIn Interior Design: Students create a Pinterest board that shows examples of a specific decorating style.

In Fashion Design: Students create a Pinterest board that shows example of a famous fashion designer's body of work.
Individual Choice, ResearchYesYesNoNoYesYes
3/28/2014 12:31:15Sophomore Year CourseWellnessWellness IICounter Advertisement ProjectStudents find an advertisement, analyze it, and then re-create the advertisement showing what the true message should be.Collaboration, Individual Choice, MultimediaYesYesNoYesNoYes
3/28/2014 12:33:03Sophomore Year CourseWellnessWellness IIOther Drug Research ProjectStudents are assigned a category of drugs. They then research their category, survey the class about their category, create a presentation based on specific topics about their category. Ultimately, the students present the initial questions and the classes responses, a presentation on their category of drugs, and an AOK (Application of Knowledge) showing they understand their category.Collaboration, Multimedia, ResearchYesYesYesYesYesYes
4/15/2014 7:26:39Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsColonial Research EssayStudents conducted research on one of Britain's colonies to write a 3-5 page analytical essay. Individual Choice, ResearchYesYesYesNoYesNo
4/21/2014 13:36:39Elective CourseFACSCreative CookingHaiku Deck/Snap Guide Creative CookingStudents prepared a recipe and documented, through pictures, the steps needed to complete the recipe. Students used Haiku Deck/Snapguide to construct their online pictorial of their recipe. Individual Choice, MultimediaYesYesNoYesNoNo
4/21/2014 13:59:22Elective CourseFACSHuman RelationshipsPositive Thinking SmoreStudents researched a person of interest. They chronicled the person's childhood, challenges or obstacles faced, how they overcame these challenges and finally their achievements. The students made a Smore
depicting these areas of their subject's life.
Individual Choice, MultimediaYesYesNoNoYesNo
4/21/2014 14:02:17Elective CourseFACSHuman relationshipsBack Channel Movie DiscussionThe student's use a backchanneling technique to collect notes and observations about the main character's in a movie.Collaboration, Individual Choice, MultimediaYesYesYesNoNoYes
5/7/2014 12:16:59Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesIn WritingExperimental Drawing Drawing of a scene based on stories read during In Writing MultimediaYesYesYesYesNoYes
5/8/2014 9:33:42Elective CourseHumanitiesSocial StudiesNew Hampshire It is about early America and how the colonies of New Hampshire were formed and how they kept a sturdy government. This also shows the seperation from England and they are independt.ResearchYesNoYesYesYesYes
5/9/2014 13:14:14Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsRoots of Thought-Photography ProjectStudents worked to visually recreate the figurative language they observed in Fahrenheit 451. Many used a power point presentation, instagram, or S'more to showcase their interpretations. Collaboration, Individual Choice, MultimediaYesYesYesYesNoYes
5/9/2014 13:17:03Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsRoots of Thought- This I Believe EssayStudents incorporated a personal narrative as means of persuading a belief they know to be "true."Individual ChoiceYesYesYesYesNoNo
5/14/2014 9:28:28Elective CourseComputer/BusinessComputer Animation IComputer Animation I"Computer Animation I

Students create Google sites containing fifteen animation projects that demonstrate all of the tech standards within these competencies.
P – Design
Design 3-D computer animations using creative problem solving methods and assessing information and strategies during the production process.
A – Techniques
Demonstrate a proficiency of 3-D computer animation techniques and processes including modeling, texturing, animating, creating environments, framing camera shots, and sculpting space with light.
N – Communication
Communicate 3-D computer animation concepts with a unique vision and voice."
Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia, ResearchYesYesYesYesYesYes
5/15/2014 11:49:37Elective CourseHumanitiesSocial StudiesAfrica ReportStudents chose a Country in Africa to do a report on.

Tourist Attractions
Current Event
Current Issues the country in struggling with
Multimedia, ResearchYesNoYesYesYesNo
5/20/2014 16:36:53Elective CourseWorld LanguageSpanish IPowtoon ParagraphStudents wrote a paragraph about themselves in Spanish and used powtoons to animate it and share it with the class.Individual Choice, MultimediaNoYesNoYesNoNo
5/21/2014 8:54:26Elective CourseHumanitiesCreative WritingCreative Writing Fan FictionStudents analyzed a written story to identify the literary elements of the text (setting, tone, point of view, characterization, etc.) and emulated those elements in their own original piece of fiction. The piece should have either continued from the end of the source material, or branched off from an event in the middle of the original storyline.Individual ChoiceNoYesNoYesYesNo
5/21/2014 9:36:43Elective CourseWellnessPeer-To-PeerDisability ResearchStudents worked in pairs to research a disability of their choice and use prezi, google docs or glogster to present their findings to the class.Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia, ResearchYesYesNoYesYesYes
5/28/2014 10:49:31Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsSpanish ConquistadorsStudents were each given a Conquistador to research.Multimedia, ResearchYesNoNoNoYesNo
5/29/2014 19:27:02Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought PSPRe-Writing the Citizenship TestStudents were required to re-write the citizenship in order to better asses the civic character of a New American. Then they had to persuade their class that their new version should the replacement for the old version. This had to be done during an oral presentation, using Google or Prezi.Collaboration, Individual Choice, MultimediaYesYesNoNoNoYes
6/6/2014 12:59:09Elective CourseWorld LanguageFrench IFrancophone countryChoose a French speaking country and with a given rubric, find out about this countryIndividual Choice, Multimedia, ResearchYesNoNoNoYesYes
6/6/2014 13:01:11Elective CourseWorld LanguageFrench IIFrench recipeStudents find a recipe, translate it into French and then have themselves video taped preparing/cooking the recipeCollaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia, ResearchYesNoNoNoYesYes
9/27/2014 6:10:39Sophomore Year Course
Junior Year Course
MathPre-Calculus HonorsFerris wheel modeling (Lavin Rac)Students collected data and investigated possible mathematical models as a group, then used various technological resources to communicate their results, including graphs of their data and potential models, in a professional manner using electronic media only. Communicating math effectively is a technology challenge!Individual
10/2/2014 10:02:20Junior Year CoursePersonal FinancePersonal Finance Hybrid Summer
Personal Finance Hybrid Semester
PF Hybrid/OnlinePersonal Finance online work utilizing google sites, hangouts, google plus, and collaboration tools with instructor. Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia,
10/3/2014 8:35:58Elective CourseWorld LanguageSpanish IIEl Zorro ProjectRetelling of a scene from the 'El Zorro' reader, using text and images.Individual
10/16/2014 9:44:30Elective CoursesComputer/BusinessArchitectural DesignDream HomeUsing CAD software, students design a home they would like to own. They build a 3D model of the home using foam core board. Students may also use a 3D printer to "build" rooms within their home.Individual Choice,
10/16/2014 10:06:04Elective CoursesComputer/BusinessFoundations of TechnologyFinal Assessment-Foundations of TechnologyWorking in teams, students follow the Engineering Design Process as they solve problems in one of the following areas: Manufacturing, Construction, Energy, Transportation, Agriculture, Communications, Telemedicine, etc.
Deliverables include: a documented solution in an Engineering Design Journal; a 3D model of the solution and/or prototypes; a PowerPoint style presentation explaining the solution.
Collaboration, Multimedia,
10/16/2014 10:22:59Elective CoursesComputer/BusinessRoboticsFinal Assessment-RoboticsWorking with a partner, students design, fabricate and program a small robotic device to perform predetermined tasks. Using the Engineering Design Process, they document their work in an Engineering Design Journal, demonstrate their device, and explain how their device works in a short presentation to the class.Collaboration, Individual Choice,
10/16/2014 10:41:24Elective CoursesComputer/BusinessMaterials & ProcessesPersonal Project-Materials & ProcessesWorking through the Engineering Design Process, students design and fabricate a project primarily made of wood but could include plastic, metal or other materials. They document the process in their Engineering Design Journal, and present a 3D model of the project. They also produce a short PowerPoint style presentation explaining the process, machines/tools used, and solutions to problems experienced during the process.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
10/16/2014 13:07:35Elective CoursesComputer/BusinessComputer Aided DesignPersonal Project-CADWorking through the Engineering Design Process, students design and fabricate a project with moving parts. Although most of the parts will be made with 3D printer and laser engraving/cutting equipment, other available machines/tools may be used. Students document their work in their Engineering Design Journal, demonstrate their device and explain how it works in a short presentation to the class.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
10/16/2014 18:39:01Sophomore Year CourseWellnessWellness IIRelaxation Techniques PamphletStudents will research relaxation techniques and create and present information (on a pamphlet they create) that details the history, origin, benefits, drawbacks and more importantly how to perform these techniques to relieve stress and decrease stress levels. Collaboration, Multimedia,
10/23/2014 18:06:22Elective CoursesWorld LanguageSpanish IVAnalyze Website ReliabilityThis assignment requires reading two different articles in Spanish and going to the websites to analyze the likely reliability of the sources. Students should be looking for information about authorship, determining what kind of information is generally present on the site, finding out if there is a physical address associated with the site, and finally deciding if the source is reliable enough for them to
11/3/2014 9:59:23Elective CourseHumanitiesLiteracyThe Melting Pot WritingStudents finalized a drafted paragraph on the American melting pot. They used Google Doc and were required to submit the paper in MLA format. Teacher/Student editing conferences took place as part of the writing process.Collaboration, Individual
11/7/2014 13:24:22Sophomore Year CourseMathAlgebra II HonorsSoda Bottle LabStudents gathered data as a group and discussed possible equations that would model the data. Then, students individually wrote a report about the lab. Students had to use an online graphing program (of their choice).Collaboration, Individual
11/12/2014 10:37:15Elective CourseWorld LanguageASL IDeaf AwarenessStudents are required to work independently to create a 2 page research paper about a person, place, event, or topic relevant to the Deaf community. They then need to create 1-1 1/2 minute PowToon summarizing their research paper.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
11/12/2014 11:51:06Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsSir Gawain PresentationStudents collaborated to create a presentation that incorporated some online presentation tool (Prezi, Google Slide, etc). Collaboration,
11/19/2014 11:10:51Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsCosts/Benefits InfographicStudents were asked, as part of their unit on the Middle Ages and Renaissance, to visually depict some of the costs and benefits of either tradition and progress or morality and power.Individual Choice,
11/21/2014 13:42:47Elective CourseComputer/BusinessIntro to BusinessDECA Idea Challenge The DECA Idea Challenge 2014 asks competitors to gather into teams of 3-4 students, collaborate to generate a new item and then pitch their invention in a creative 3-minute YouTube video presentation.
A featured event of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the competition is a fun and exciting opportunity for students to be creative and innovative while learning about the entrepreneurial process
12/5/2014 15:21:54Elective CourseWorld LanguageFrench IIL'Arbre GénéalogiqueStudents created an online presentation of a family tree using images, graphics and text. Individual Choice,
12/5/2014 15:26:07Elective CourseWorld LanguageFrench IILe projet des régionsStudents create a tourism commercial using a variety of digital presentation tools to inform and teach their peers about the regions of France.Collaboration, Individual Choice,
12/8/2014 8:09:07Elective CourseWorld LanguageSpanish IISpanish 2 Cooking ShowStudents work together to create a cooking show in a variety of formats: video, slideshow, skit. Collaboration, Individual Choice,
12/11/2014 9:36:22Sophomore Year CourseScienceBiologyMitosis Animation ProjectThe Mitosis Animation Project allows students to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of cell division while developing skills necessary to make an electronic animation.Individual Choice,
12/22/2014 11:06:07Elective CourseFACSParentingINFANT CARE Students construct a google presentation depicting all the aspects of infant care that a new mother might be concerned about.
1/22/2015 14:53:14Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream HonorsNonfiction PresentationStudents chose their own nonfiction book to read and give a persuasive presentation in class.Individual
1/23/2015 8:37:24Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream PSPReconstruction and Freedom SmoreUtilizing Smore, students used primary sources to answer the essential question "How free were African Americans after Reconstruction?"Individual Choice, Multimedia,
1/23/2015 8:38:42Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream PSPHuck Finn PaperStudents selected an essential question to guide their writing in their Huck Finn summative paper. Individual Choice,
1/23/2015 8:42:04Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream PSPCulture Clash MidtermStudents created a Google Slides presentation to demonstrate how a "Great Gatsby" character connected with a 1920s culture clash. Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia,
1/23/2015 8:43:55Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream PSPAmerican Dream Final PresentationStudents create an interdisciplinary project utilizing a variety of tech software to connect literature to the conflict in Vietnam. Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia,
1/23/2015 8:45:13Elective CourseHumanitiesEconomicsEconomics Country GDP InfographicStudents research two countries and utilize an infographic to teach classmates about the economic differentiation between developed nations. Individual Choice, Multimedia,
1/23/2015 8:48:27Elective CourseHumanitiesEconomicsEconomics Current Event ProjectStudents select an economics current event to research. After creation of their own essential question, students demonstrate through research how they would attempt to solve an economic problem. Students present their findings to the class in an application of their choice. Individual Choice, Multimedia,
1/23/2015 15:58:48Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream Honors1930s Newpaper ProjectStudents will be creating a newspaper based upon research of the 1930s. They will be creating editorials, articles, ads, all reflecting the bias of their newspaper.Collaboration,
2/12/2015 9:01:34Sophomore Year CourseScienceBiology HonorsGel Electrophoresis LabIn this project, students explore the process of gel electrophoresis in the laboratory and showcase their results by labeling and analyzing a digital photo of the gel.Collaboration, Individual
2/19/2015 11:59:45Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsReformation/Sci Rev/Enlightenment Research EssayStudents picked one subject to write a research essay on. Individual Choice,
2/19/2015 14:24:31Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesAP Language and CompositionAP Language & Composition UtopiaStudents blended their knowledge of Herland and historical evidence to create a Utopia.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
2/24/2015 6:40:53Sophomore Year Course
Junior Year Course
MathPre-Calculus HonorsMathball Scoring ExplorationStudents explore the types of results which may arise from various scoring systems and find/prove patterns for predicting outcomes.Individual
3/10/2015 14:28:45Sophomore Year CourseMathAlgebra II HonorsBox LabStudents collect data (measuring the volume of box made from a piece of paper, when cutting out different size corners), then write a formal lab report.Collaboration, Individual
3/12/2015 10:18:50Elective CourseWorld LanguageFrench IIILes Vacances de RêveStudents created an advertisement (format of their choice) for a 6-day, 6-night all-inclusive vacation package to a Francophone country or region of their choice.Individual Choice,
3/16/2015 15:11:20Elective CourseHumanitiesPsychologyAddiction presentation (Psychology)Students chose an addiction to research in order to create a comprehensive stand-alone presentation as either a smore or an infographic. Students were required to use current information to support their research cited in MLA format.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
3/18/2015 11:25:04Freshmen Year CourseSciencePhysical Science HonorsWhat Force Means to Me - Newton's LawsStudents produced a picture of themselves participating in a sport or hobby. They indicted all forces acting upon them in the photo. They presented to their class and explained Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and how these laws apply to their picture.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
3/18/2015 11:26:37Freshmen Year CourseSciencePhysical Science PSPWhat Force Means to Me - Newton's Laws ProjectStudents produced a picture of themselves participating in a sport or hobby. They indicted all forces acting upon them in the photo. They presented to their class and explained Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and how these laws apply to their picture.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
3/18/2015 12:08:08Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought PSPAge of Exploration and Colonization Research PaperStudents had to answer the question "Which of the three G's (gold, god, or glory) was the biggest motivator during the Age of Exploration".
This was a research paper done inside and outside of class.
Individual Choice,
3/18/2015 15:37:20Elective CourseWorld LanguageASL IIUnit 10- picture storyStudents will create a signed story based off of a picture projected in class. They will then use WeVideo to record and edit a video of their signed story.Individual Choice,
3/18/2015 15:40:23Elective CourseWorld LanguageASL IIFairytale With a TwistStudents will work in small groups to create an original signed mini-movie with open captions. Their movie will take a fairytale of their choice and change the plot in some way.Collaboration, Individual Choice,
3/19/2015 7:15:43Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsCosts and Benefits InfographicStudents may upload one of the two infographic projects they completed as part of our unit on the Middle Ages and Renaissance, in which they analyzed and visually illustrated the costs and benefits of either tradition vs. progress or power vs. morality.Individual Choice,
3/19/2015 15:07:20Elective CourseComputer/BusinessComputer Applications IComputer History SMORE WebquestStudents use web resources to research web-quest prompts. Teams of two collaborate using Google Docs and SMORE to publish a digital flyer of answers, facts, pictures, and sources. Collaboration, Multimedia,
3/19/2015 15:15:56Sophomore Year CourseScienceBiology PSPEvidence for Evolution - Design your own quizStudents work in pairs to create a quiz (with answers) on Evidence for Evolution using Google Classroom.
3/19/2015 15:17:59Elective CourseScienceSports, Health and Exercise ScienceExperimental design presentationCreate a final product as well as a group presentation for the following problem:

Can a training program in high humidity have an impact on the fitness of a road cyclist?

Include a hypothesis, a description of your experimental design, method of data collection and organization, method of data analysis, and factors to consider when writing your conclusion.
Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia,
3/19/2015 15:24:28Elective CourseScienceMarine BiologyMarine Invertebrate ProjectStudents work in pairs to research a marine invertebrate phylum and create a digital piece of work, which is then presented to the class.Collaboration, Multimedia,
3/19/2015 15:24:48Elective CourseFACSParenting and ChildrenMaternal CareStudents Collaborate on a google doc that depicts the important aspects of maternal care that relate to pregnancy.Collaboration, Individual Choice,
3/19/2015 15:29:52Elective CourseScienceMarine BiologyEcology ProjectStudents work in partners to research a marine ecosystem and create a digital piece of work to present to the class.Collaboration, Multimedia,
3/19/2015 15:38:27Elective CourseScienceMarine BiologyHuman Impacts on the OceanStudents research human impacts on the marine environment and create a digital piece to present to the class.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
3/20/2015 13:42:32Freshmen Year CourseHumanitiesRoots of Thought HonorsResearch paper (Sci. Rev., Reformation, Enlightenment)Students conducted research using the digital databases to write a formal research paper in proper MLA format.Individual Choice, Multimedia,
3/31/2015 9:17:21Freshmen Year Course, Sophomore Year CourseMathAlgebra I ABExponential vs. Linear GraphGraphing Collaboration, Individual Choice,
4/6/2015 10:31:40Elective CourseComputer/BusinessComputer Applications IDigital Superhero MovieAfter completing the seven modules on digital citizenship independently and writing reflections for each, students are to produce a 2 minute movie in groups of 2-4 that explains what it takes to be a digital superhero. Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia,
4/8/2015 14:06:55Freshmen Year Course, Sophomore Year CourseMathGeometry HonorsSprinkler ProblemStudents were asked to determine the area covered by a certain arrangement of sprinklers. Students had to present their solutions and suggestions using a digital application of their choice.Collaboration, Individual Choice,
4/9/2015 9:54:59Elective CourseHumanitiesLeadershipRoad to Success Students had to establish goals and create a digital "timeline" for their past, current and future goals. Individual Choice,
4/9/2015 10:07:17Elective CourseHumanitiesLeadershipNH Government 'Hang-Out'Students created a digitalized historical story that answered questions about New Hampshire's government and leadership. The students presented their story to a 4th grade class through the use of the Google 'Hang-Out' collaboration tool.Collaboration, Multimedia,
4/10/2015 14:00:17Elective CourseHumanitiesPsychologyPsychological Disorder presentationStudents are to complete research on a specific psychological disorder. They then will create a presentation to educate the rest of the class about their particular disorder. Information will include causes, symptoms and treatments.Individual Choice,
4/10/2015 14:06:53Junior Year CourseComputer/BusinessPersonal Finance Hybrid SummerHybrid Personal Finance Web PageStudents will create a website in Google that will house all assignments given during the summer course. Different assignments will utilize different software (i.e. Google platforms, as well as Smore and Prezi). Students are expected to upload and maintain the website through the course. There will be a mixture of assignments: individual, collaborative, research, creative, video, audio.Collaboration, Individual Choice, Multimedia,
4/10/2015 14:15:39Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream HonorsCold War research paperStudents researched a particular topic related to the Cold War (i.e. Korean War, Berlin Wall). Students were to then find an expert opinion on the influence of that event on US/USSR relationships. Students were then asked to critique the expert's opinion based upon what they understood of the event.Individual Choice,
4/14/2015 13:51:39Junior Year CourseScienceIB Chemistry I (SL/HL)Digital Trading Card for Mole ProjectCreate a digital card to go along with your sew model mole that contains the following: At least one image of all material prior to construction
At least one image of you (and your smiling face) constructing the mole
At least one final image of the finished mole. Creative name for you mole (not just the compound name) with an explanation of the theme. Description of the uses/purposes of the compound. Interesting fact or true story involving the compound. List three physical properties. List two chemical properties. Works cited of resources used (2 or more)
Digital presentation is aesthetically pleasing, accurate, neat, organized, and creative.
Individual Choice,
4/14/2015 13:59:17Junior Year CourseScienceIB Chemistry I (SL/HL)Boyle's Law Post LabStudents use vernier digital pressure sensor's to collect data for various pressures of a gas at varying volumes. This data must then transferred into digital data table and graphs for analysis. Individual Choice,
4/14/2015 14:01:05Junior Year CourseScienceIB Chemistry I (SL/HL)Gay-Lussac's Post LabStudents use vernier digital pressure and temperature sensor's to collect data for various pressures of a gas at varying temperatures. This data must then transferred into digital data table and graphs for analysis. Individual Choice,
4/20/2015 7:38:06Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesAP United States HistorySlavery Data AnalysisStudents were required to analyze economic data comparing the North and the South prior to the Civil War. Students were to determine if slavery was economically viable.Individual
4/20/2015 9:05:32Sophomore Year CourseScienceBiology HonorsFavorite Macromolecule ProjectIn order to demonstrate understanding of biochemistry and macromolecules, students design a project to showcase the macromolecule that they feel is most important. Projects can be designed in any format (the projects that include technology are appropriate for the digital portfolio).
4/20/2015 12:10:16Elective CourseIBIB Math/Calculus I (SL)Math ExplorationThe Mathematical Exploration is the Internal Assessment in IB Mathematics SL. It is an individual exploration that involves using a topic that the student is interested in and investigating an area of mathematics associated with the topic. This is an original piece of written work that includes technology use as a component of the rubrics.Individual
4/21/2015 14:01:47Sophomore Year CourseHumanitiesThe American Dream HonorsBeat Poet IOPStudents are asked to research a Beat Generation poet & prepare an interactive presentation.Collaboration, Multimedia,
5/6/2015 13:30:33Elective CourseScienceFoundations of TechnologyPower Plant DesignWorking in teams, students use the engineering design process to design a small (1-5 Mw) electrical generating plant that uses renewable energy as its source. Students build a 3D model of their facility and present their solutions to the class. They must address the impacts their technology will have on the social, political, cultural, economic and environmental aspects of the community.Collaboration, Multimedia,
5/8/2015 9:52:26Freshmen Year Course, Sophomore Year Course, Junior Year Course, Elective CourseHumanitiesLiteracyHuck Finn: Slavery Writing PromptStudents were asked to use their Huck Finn Novel and a secondary document on the topic of Slavery to answer the essential question, why did Huck and Jim's relationship changed from the beginning to the end of novel?Individual Choice,
5/8/2015 13:18:34Freshmen Year Course, Sophomore Year Course, Junior Year Course, Elective CourseHumanitiesLiteracyHuck Finn Story BoardUsing Google Docs and Tables, Students will summarize and sequence the events from the novel, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn". This is an interactive project because it incorporates, art, comprehension, and writing. Individual Choice,
5/12/2015 14:31:01Junior Year CourseMathPre-Calculus HonorsLog IAWrite an IA concerning logarithmic sequencesIndividual
5/13/2015 9:19:59Junior Year CourseMathPre-Calculus HonorsHow Far Away?Students needed to research online and solve a trigonometric problem related to distances along the earth. Students needed to share their work online.Individual
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