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Over time, each class is evolving into a different website. Check them out here:

iLearn

iDesign

Innovative Technology

Yolanda-One Year Later by Sarina


Haiku Deck Demo

The Sturgeon – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires

A simple and elegant presentation tool. Best of all, it has great Creative Commons photos!

Introducing SHIFT

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Introducing our new Middle School student technology help site. We are compiling some great resources for Middle School students.

Are you looking for information on printing, Google tips and tricks, how to set up your new ePortfolio, or password advice? Check out SHIFT

 

Project Smile Update

The Middle Schoool’s Project Awesome recently ended. Originally  Sturgeon’s Stinky Stew decided on Project Smile as the focus for their Project Awesome.
Sturgeon’s Stinky Stew teamed up with Mrs. Thompson’s and Mrs. Parry’s advisories to present the money they raised to the local chapter of Project Smile. The Stew initially had a goal of raising or donating 200 pesos per student for a total of 2200 pesos. Magically, due to generous contributions and some innovative product selling by the Stew members, the final total was a whopping total of 8000 PHP!

Here are the representatives of the three advisories handing over the check to Project Smile Philippines.

 

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MS Film Festival

The First ISManila MS Film Festival was a great success!


ePortfolio Soft Launch

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Student ePortfolios are now available to all students via Google Apps under Sites. Students can fill out class and personal information, embed teacher websites, and most importantly display and share some of their best pieces of school form throughout the school year.

Adding Voice Comments to Google Docs


Introducing….

"Great song, Mr. Sturgeon."

A little jingle I made on the fly in iLearn classas  an introduction to Garageband.

Slender

When clearing out the Student Resources network folder, I came across a copy of Slender. Not knowing what it was, I opened it up and began to explore. I immediately had flashbacks to The Blairwitch Project, the horror movie from the late 1990’s.

 

Slender is a free download.

A little creepy but engaging. Jay, a Grade 8 student, says, “Trying  playing at night, alone, with the lights out. Watch out.”

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