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Eduglogster Lesson Plan

        

Eduglogster Lesson Plan

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In this lesson, fifth grade students use Eduglogster in order to create a multimedia poster board about their Native American Tribe. 
Material Type: Assignment
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: July 06, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 13, 2014
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Submitter: Cindy Crannell
Keywords: Eduglogster, Native American Tribe

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Language: English
Material Version: pdf
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Avatar for Ashley Bartkowiak
2 years ago

Ashley Bartkowiak (Staff)

I like that you would provide students with tutorials to watch before logging into their account, then posting these on your website for later use. You may want to do a refresher course on how to record and save audio to the computer as well, if you are planning on having the students use that component. I like the idea of a rubric to specify what you are looking for from the students. I think it would be useful to see this rubric and know more about the glog that you want your students to produce. You may want to consider having students work in pairs to create their first glog. This glog could represent a topic of their choosing and be used to see how well the students understand the program, rather than the content of what they are doing. This would allow your students to learn about and explore the program together before having to complete something on their own. It may also benefit those students who have disabilities or struggle with technology. Then, you could have them focus on the assignment and work on their own to create something more educational. I think that using a glog is definitely more exciting than making a poster on poster board. I think that this is a program that is interactive and will really engage your students. It will also benefit those who need visuals and audio to really solidify what they have learned. Great lesson!

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I had to login to MSU's netfiles the first time that I tried to view your lesson plan. I'm not sure if this was a one-time thing or not.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes

Avatar for Julie Gill
2 years ago

Julie Gill (Teacher (K-12))

THis is an excellent lesson lesson for Eduglogster.  I have never used this web tool before but I definitely plan on investigating ways that I can use it in the classroom now!  Students will totally get into this project and as a result will remember the content much better than as a traditional paper poster.

 

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Using the multimedia poster to present the information is a great way to have students engaged and expressing themselves creatively. The collaborative feature of leaving feedback on Eduglogster will really draw students in.  They will want to know what others think of their work.

Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes

Avatar for Melissa White
3 years ago

Melissa White (Faculty)

Great description