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Our Long Island D Team

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  • 1. “ Our Long Island” Developed by “ The D Team” Jon Mendreski, Allison Pelliker, Teri Polis, Joseph Pushee, Kevin Quirk, Susan Resner, Sagui Silber, Jane Sutton, Michael Terlizzi
  • 2. Project
    • Website created by the “D Team”
      • Objective of Project
      • Webquest
      • Resources
  • 3. Project Objective
    • To learn more about the students’ neighborhood on Long Island
    • To compare and contrast the different areas on Long Island
    • To share with other classes what was discovered
    • Different grade levels may investigate different subjects
      • Ex. Primary grades may only collect different vegetation around school, look up what it is and tell the class about it.
  • 4. Target Audience
    • School Districts in different areas of LI
      • Western Nassau
      • South Shore
      • North Shore
      • East End
  • 5. Grade Levels
    • Primary
    • Intermediate
    • Middle School/ Junior High
    • High School
  • 6. Technology to be used
    • Video conferencing
    • Digital video - Vodcasts
    • Internet
      • Research
      • Webinars
      • Webquests
    • Photography
    • Podcasts
    • Imovie or MovieMaker
  • 7. Technology
    • Software to be used
      • PowerPoint or Presentation software
      • Publisher or Publishing software
      • Web creation software
      • Word Processing
      • Inspiration - Concept Mapping
      • Paint, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop
  • 8. Possible Outcomes
    • Posters
    • Brochures
    • Stories
    • PowerPoint presentation
    • Student created Websites
    • Create students wikipedia
    • Video Productions
    • Podcasts
    • IMovie or MovieMaker
    • Student online discussions (similar to IM but monitored by faculty)
  • 9. Potential Partners
    • Museums
    • Historical Societies
    • NYS, LI and County Parks Departments
    • Nature Conservatories
    • Town Governments
    • Senior Citizen Community (residences, grandparents)
    • LIPA
  • 10. Key Elements
    • Websites created by students viewed by community
    • Schools working together creates a community for learning
    • Interviews by students of family, community members (local historians and community leaders)
    • Self gratifications of seeing completed project for other to view
    • Vodcasts (similar to You-Tube) will show the creative expressions of the students
    • NYS Standards will be associated with each lesson
  • 11. Student and Classroom Activities
    • Video conferencing with town historians, local museums, famous landmarks on LI
    • Excursions around local areas to gather “things” from area
    • Record or video tape interviews with area residences (visit senior citizen clubs, government offices, museums)
    • Work with other classes in same grade to share information