Culminating Project Complete!

Several weeks ago, I wrote my first blog on what I planned to do for my digital storytelling, culminating project for my educational technology class.  Here’s is the original post.  Then, a few weeks ago, I posted a sample student project and asked for your feedback.  After many hours of work and fine-tuning the project, I am happy to say that it is FINISHED!

I know I sound pretty excited about this.  That’s because I am, but not just for the obvious reason that I it’s nice to have the hard work behind me.  I am also excited about this, because I believe that I will actually use this project in my Algebra 1 Honors class.  Not only that, I believe I have learned some very important skills or, at least if I haven’t quite “learned” them, I am much more aware of the technologies available for use in my classroom to both enhance student learning and help me to be more productive.  I’d say that is a “win-win” situation!

Okay, so that’s a lot of enthusiasm for one post.  To give you an idea of just what I’m so excited about, please take a look at my completed project and feel free to comment (good or bad; I promise it won’t hurt my feelings. It could actually help me to improve the project before I turn it in or at least before I use it with my class in a few weeks).  Thanks!


4 thoughts on “Culminating Project Complete!

  1. I love your project. It looks awesome and what a great way to get students out of the traditional pen and paper, great job on the final project. Looks great. I can tell you put a lot of time and effort into the project. Your students are very lucky to have such and involved teacher.


  2. I really like your project. To be honest, I do not know a whole lot about high school math, however, I was able to understand what you wanted your students to do and how they were to accomplish it. I enjoyed reading through the different elements and was very impressed with how thorough your project was.

    Great job,


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