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Presentation intended for my colleagues next fall after we take delivery on our new digital cameras from Olympus. Meant to inspire our teachers to capture and document the incredibly cools things …

Presentation intended for my colleagues next fall after we take delivery on our new digital cameras from Olympus. Meant to inspire our teachers to capture and document the incredibly cools things their students are doing in class.

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  • 1. Picture This! Jennifer Brinson Salisbury High School
  • 2. Olympus Donation • 12 digital cameras • 2010-2011 school year & beyond
  • 3. What Will You Capture? • Science Labs • Student Discoveries • Reactions • Cause / Effect Cameras will be distributed to groups of teachers (departmental, like subjects, geographic proximity)
  • 4. Now See This.... • Student Collaboration • Student Engagement • Student Experimentation Use them as you see fit - capture kids - let kids capture you!
  • 5. Do You See What I See? • Students learning a process • Watching an example • Trying something new Take a series of photos we can put them into Animoto, Voicethread, Glogster or any number of Web 2.0 tools.
  • 6. ...And....Action! • Capture your colleagues in action • Share the great work we all do • Celebrate Success! In Hollywood - any publicity is good publicity -- In Education - good publicity is great publicity!
  • 7. Say Cheese! Imagine ... how will your open house be different? how will you document your year? how will you show your students’ success?