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Kristin Merrill
👩🏻‍🏫4th Grade ⚡️ 💻 TECHspert ⚡️ Co-author and 1/2 of the coming out 2020 on 👗❤️👓 📚
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Kristin Merrill Nov 13
You’re welcome-let me know@if you have any other questions.
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Kristin Merrill Nov 13
They filmed in front of the green screen using the camera roll on the iPad. Then we dropped into and added the images. Exported and downloaded onto the iPad and then uploaded to ! Sounds like slit but was really simple!
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
A6: I love to encourage my students to use their voice, but I also work hard to teach them how to LISTEN. 👂🏻
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
A5: I love giving a slide or a space within directions to outline for students what they need to include in a creation project. This allows me to differentiate the expectations or requirements for students as needed.
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
A4: 🙋🏻‍♀️ This reading teacher here loves having students publish narratives and “illustrate” them using .
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
Love all the ways to and combine creation across platforms!
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
Authenticity is key!
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
Replying to @sarafrater
Love the idea of follow up!
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
A3: Apps that allow students to create are vital to an ! I personally love , of course—but I also love , and Apple Clips.
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
Replying to @mrskjohnson3
I love having discussions with them about what they think they need to do to reach their goals. 🙃
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
A2: I like to give initial guidelines for a project, but allowing students to take an idea and 🏃🏻‍♀️ with it is where the empowerment comes. 💪🏻 Show them that they are capable of making choices and that their 💡 are worth using!
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
A1: Giving students choice shows them that their voice has meaning and their words have power. Choice also creates interest and fosters engagement.
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Kristin Merrill Nov 12
💥 Everyone get ready!! 💥
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Kristin Merrill Nov 11
Thanks Charlie. Always means a lot to have your support.
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Kristin Merrill Nov 11
Replying to @MrsBowling1
Thanks!!
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Kristin Merrill Nov 11
Replying to @rcrull @Flipgrid and 3 others
Thanks Rebecca! It was SO engaging and spot on for our standard.
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Kristin Merrill Nov 11
Replying to @legitkfrauey
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Kristin Merrill Nov 11
💥 Main idea mania continues in Room 6-004! 💥 Today we ✏️ summaries using key details which we turned into news reports. 🎥 First smash of the year thanks to and ! 🙌🏻
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Kasey Bell Nov 10
I have a FREE Mini-Course: How to Create Magnetic Poetry with Google Slides and Google Drawings! Learn super cool Google tricks and how to create interactive learning!
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Kristin Merrill Nov 10
I’m so lucky to have YOU in my PLN!
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