Albert City-Truesdale Moviemakers

Albert City-Truesdale Moviemakers

Mike Anderson and I delivered professional learning almost a month ago showcasing a stop motion app to be used as an avenue for students to create and to reveal understanding. 

 

Yesterday, I returned to AC-T, and when I entered Rebekah Spragg’s third grade classroom, I was greeted with an enthusiastic, “It’s the dot lady!” (I came to their class and read Peter H. Reynold’s “The Dot” in September as part of Dot Day/Grandparents’ Day festivities). Mrs. Spragg told them I had taught her stop motion, and inquired if they had something to say about that…she smiled, and they responded chorally chanting,  “Thank you!” A group of students stayed after school to share their work-their success, their failures, their discoveries. This was truly my favorite part…I found my enthusiasm matching their wonder and excitement. Even as they shared their video productions, they communicated ideas for improvement. What an impressive example of reflection!

I told the students I wanted to share their work with my friends because I am proud of them for trying something new. So, friends, here you go…

AC-T Elementary Student Videos:
Rainbow
Math Problem
Butterfly
Butterfly Cycle
Sunflower