Presentation on theme: "The Ren Baldwin Student Technology Festival. Purpose To showcase authentic technology integration of student work from the classroom. To honor Ren Baldwin."— Presentation transcript:
Purpose To showcase authentic technology integration of student work from the classroom. To honor Ren Baldwin and his contributions to technology in St. Joseph Public Schools. To demonstrate to the community student learning resulting from the technology resources purchased through the bond.
Event Description Teachers will submit student projects that incorporate technology connected to curriculum content. Projects will be judged according to levels and categories. All submitted work will be showcased at the festival. Top entries will receive prizes (for both student and teacher) and special recognition at the festival.
Participants/Levels/Categories Open to all SJPS K-12 students Four age divisions: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12 Categories *English*Visual Arts *Math*Performing Arts *Science*Technical/Computer Arts *Social Studies*Culinary Arts *PE/Health*World Language
Guidelines Entries must have a teacher sponsor. Entries must be connected to a curriculum standard. All work must be original and completed by the student after March 25th, 2012. All copyrighted material must be properly cited. Students may only submit one project per category and no more than three total submissions. Entries may be made individually or as part of a team (no larger than 5). For classroom projects, only five submissions will be permitted for judging. All projects may be submitted for showcase.
Judging and Prizes Projects will be judged by educators and community members using a rubric. All submissions will receive a certificate of participation. Prizes will be awarded to the best entry in each category for each age division. A $250 grand prize will be awarded to both the student and sponsoring teacher for the best project at each level. All participants will be entered in a drawing for an iPad.
Dates Monday, April 15, 2013--All projects due by midnight! Festival date Friday, May 10, 2013
Ideas for Projects Podcasts Book Trailers Commercials Screencasts Slide Shows Digital Stories Websites Timelines Lit trips Animations Compositions/Mus ic Robotics Virtual Field Trips Concept Maps Digital Posters Videos Digital Photography WebQuests Music Videos Graphic Designs Simulations/Gami ng Blogs Infographics
Additional Information Amy and Kathy are willing to come in and work with your students. Entry form, complete rules, and rubrics are available on the Tech Integration web page and media center pages. Remember, projects should be student created and driven by classroom curriculum. Special thanks to the SJPS Foundation for funding this project!