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Semester Reflection

Semester Reflection

Complete the following questions by the February 1st. Each question must be thoroughly answered in a blog post.

Step 1: Answer the questions below.

What are some things you have learned and/or tasks you have accomplished this semester? What are some things you have been involved with supporting the school? (Use videos, pictures, upload materials etc. as evidence of learning in your blog)

  • What aspects of your work are successful? Explain why.
  • What aspects of your work is challenging? Explain why.
  • What steps did you take to overcome these challenges / what adjustments did you need to make?
  • Is there anything you can do improve? (with your approach to the project, or altering the project)

As Riverside continues to immerse itself into innovation and technology, what do you think Riverside can do to provide support and help for teachers and students? (Provide specific examples)

Do you have any feedback or suggestions, as we move forward, that could help the Tech Team meet the needs of our school and staff / be more effective? (Provide specific examples)

Step 2: Post to Your Blog

Title:  Tech Team Semester Reflection

Category: Tech Team

Tag: TechTeamReflection

Due Date:  February 1st

Assessment: Monthly Reflection Rubric

Step 3: Copy the post URL and paste in your assignment on Teams to submit.

Cricut Christmas Assignment

Cricut Christmas Assignment

Grinch count down til Christmas svg image 0Your assignment is to Cricut a Christmas gift for someone. Using the Cricut in the Maker Space, you will design and print, and make, something really cool for your friends and family.

Part 1 – Play and Create

Step 1: Watch this Video

Step 2: Choose a specific item that you would like to Cricut on. Research the best methods to do so.  Begin designing and building something awesome.

Part 2 – Edublog

  • Post a picture or a video of your creation
  • Title – Christmas Cricut Assignment
  • Category – Tech Team
  • Tag – #TechTeamChristmas
  • Questions
    • What are some things that were challenging?
    • What are some things that worked well?
    • What did you learn? How can you apply this?

Part 3 – Teams

Due Date:  December 7th

Assessment: On Teams *past URL from edublog post

Photoshop Halloween Assignment

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Photoshop Halloween Assignment

Your assignment is to dress up with the spirit of Halloween in mind and place your image on the perfect back drop.  Using photoshop, create an authentic and realistic images.

Step 1: Download the free version of Photoshop

Step 2: Get dressed up in some way. Go to the library and take a picture against the green screen.

Step 3: Watch this video:

Step 4: Take your image and place it on the perfect background.

Step 5: Edublog

Part 1

  • Post your picture on your blog
  • Title – Halloween Photoshop Assignment
  • Category – Tech Team
  • Tag – #TechTeamHalloween

Part 2

What are some things that were challenging?

What are some things that worked well?

What did you learn? How can you apply this?

Step 6: Teams

  • Copy and paste your link in MS Teams assignments

Due Date:  October 30th

Assessment: On Teams

Tuesday June 2nd

FOCUS: Game Design | Part 1 and 2

  1. Go to Teams -> Sports -> Game Design
    • Your group will be designing a Quarantine Game
    • You must work together in your group to design a game in Teams
    • There are 4 parts to this semester ending assignment, please read through the entire assignment.
      • Part 1 – Invent and Make
      • Part 2 – Instruct
      • Part 3 – Reflection | Core Competency
      • Part 4 – Submit Your Work
    • Each member of your group must submit a completed instructional video and game design outline
  2. Here are Some Examples to Get you Fired Up

Tuesday June 2nd

FOCUS: Game Design | Part 1 and 2

  1. Go to Teams -> Sports -> Game Design
    • Your group will be designing a Quarantine Game
    • You must work together in your group to design a game in Teams
    • There are 4 parts to this semester ending assignment, please read through the entire assignment.
      • Part 1 – Invent and Make
      • Part 2 – Instruct
      • Part 3 – Reflection | Core Competency
      • Part 4 – Submit Your Work
    • Each member of your group must submit a completed instructional video and game design outline
  2. Here are Some Examples to Get you Fired Up