The Argentinian students are working on their second presentation about water-related subjects. They created something in Minecraft: watch this video!
The Belgian students invited their parents to the classroom to discuss water spoilage. During the interviews, the students noted actions in OneNote.
They created an editorial office in the middle of the classroom in which they brainstorm and discuss on their Surfaces. While collaborating in OneNote they used digital ink to brainstorm and plan the Office Mix presentation. They created their own water-related Lego stop-motion movie. Awesomeness!
The Indian students started to do research on the subject and started creating PowerPoint presentations in group.
The Israeli students are doing research on Desalination in Israel. They find that Israel has insufficient water. They also created a presentation about the Dead Sea.
Check New Zealand's growing #WaiWater display: Week 1 is up, finalising Week 2. The students are doing research on different uses for water in New Zealand and are creating presentations about recreational uses, etc.
Their Water Reports were published on Night Zookeeper (which we found through a Skype Session on the Microsoft Educator Network). Check out their class blog.
The students did research about the water in their environment: how they use water, water for drinking and cooking, lake Tahoe, water in California, artichokes, water for Recreational purposes, water for industry and farming, the San Joaquin delta, Sacramento Water tank, Water as living environment for animals & plants, Water as metaphors & myths in arts and Literature and John Muir.
The students learned about the Water Cycle and their teacher taught his second graders a quick song and videoed it on his phone. They also brainstormed responses on the ways they use water and found three photos that show a barge for exports, their local aquatic center for recreation and their local lake with the landmark rock called Sugar Loaf just like the name in Argentina.
The Vietnamese students visited some waterways and took pictures. They created a video.
Ss of @TammyDunbar recreated Yosemite Falls, Pacific ocean,.. in #Minecraft & made this: https://t.co/aIpEYuMqAf Yay! #edtech #projectwater pic.twitter.com/gy09n7qmHe— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 25 oktober 2016
Finished 1st week in global project Wai #Water - https://t.co/qNW9pHUf9m Ss used #OneNote #Minecraft #OfficeMix #projectwater #edtech pic.twitter.com/0XxgXrEPmk— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 23 oktober 2016
Ss turning their classroom into a newsroom via #OneNote #Sway #OfficeMix while creating Water-related stop motion videos. #edtech #elearning pic.twitter.com/ENPztHBB4C— Koen Timmers (@zelfstudie) 27 oktober 2016
Awesome use of #MinecraftEdu & @OfficeMixTeam for "The Water Where We Live" via @TammyDunbar #ProjectWater https://t.co/3x3EN49nl8 pic.twitter.com/Gxa4yahLxS— Minecraft Education (@PlayCraftLearn) 25 oktober 2016