[Grantees] 2017 Teen Read Week Grantees

This space is for the 2017 TRW grantees to share info and updates about their programs.

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  This sounds like a great project that will get stronger over the school year.  I especially like the "metacognition" piece!  Looking forward to hearing more and seeing some photos of your student projects.

---Amy Ojserkis



Pamela Rellstab said:



Elizabeth Strauss said:

That sounds awesome, Pamela! I'm so excited that they'll be learning the fine art of machinima. Are you going to have them add audio? You'll have to excuse the Geek-out. I used to make videos using Sims 2. :) 

That is our plan. We are going to use a game capture card to accomplish this. I have not done this before, so it is going to be a huge learning curve. 

Getting ready to jumpstart our project with our students and staff!  Our freshman graphic design students are busy making posters/banners/flyers to get the word out about our TRW project, "Humans of ACIT."  

Tech tip: This was created using Canva design website, see below:

https://www.canva.com/

We're ready to jumpstart our grant project, "Humans of ACIT."  Check out the graphic design poster/flyer/banner our freshman made...

Tech Tip: They used Canva (www.canva.com) as their graphic design tool.  E-Z and soooo user friendly!

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That is so cool! They did a great job!

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