To celebrate the joint publication of ‘The adventures of monkey and cat’ on iTunes and on our blog KinderPris invited us to a publishing party. How would we achieve this? Here is a sample from our Google doc to let you know our intentions and joint agreements for the collaboration.. [...]
The book we have written with Kinder Pris in Borneo has been published as an eBook by Ben Sheridan. thank you Ben. The children wanted the book to be free so anyone could share it… well anyone with a computer, as Morris pointed out! Link to the iTunes book to download the book for free. [...]
We are writing our story with Kinder Pris in Borneo. The children have decided to use the following tools to help them, Skype, the class blog, Twitter, video, photographs and a Google doc.We have decided to set the story in a grave yard. Both classes have access to a grave yard. We have both been [...]
We were approached by a class in Borneo Kinder Pris to write a story together. This integrates with our Language Arts focus on narrative fiction and our Unit of Inquiry, different ways to communicate ideas and feelings. We knew a little about the class as they are one of our tweet buddies. We have seen [...]
The children want to know where their Twitter buddies live. They know it is in other countries but they are not sure where the countries are. We looked on maps and globes. This was an authentic reason to use Google Earth. This video shows the children’s first exploration of the app. Watch closely for the: [...]
Taiki and I went onto Creative Commons. It was hard to pick the right thing, the words were very hard. We chose to let people use our film. Remember our audio book is copyrighted, you can not take it says Taiki. Here it is at last!
This is the trailer made by two Grade 4 students to publise the book of the film.
These are KP’s favourite You Tube video’s of the moment (adults, they are worth watching). One they call ‘moving Lego’. The other they call ‘it’s real but it’s not’. Conversation about the Lego video Wow I can’t believe it. Look Lego with electric, woooo so cool. We could make it. Look it is going upstairs. [...]
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Following a child led inquiry.
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Collaboration with the Japanese department.