Today the following classrooms participated in Hour of Code - Nolan, Weisensel, Crowe, Dalhoff, Rohlfing, and Oscar. Thank you to our high school volunteers - Edward P., Michael L., and Grant N. whose help made this happen.
Today 7 classrooms attended the Hour of Code in the LMC - Flogel, Germann, Rebholz, Prill, Fronek, Birkett, and Wersal. This all happened with the support of our high school volunteers - Colleen A., Noah J., Qiuwen Q., and Cecilia K.
Over the next two weeks, all of our students at Country View will have the opportunity to do an Hour of Code through many different activities. Today was the first group of Battles, Ehlenbach, Zorr, Curtis, Lawry, and Messmann.
Students and families were able to enjoy the Makerspace during Share Fair this Thursday.
Quiver Pumpkin Carving
Our very own Rachel Nolan, a fourth grade teacher at Country View Elementary, showcased how she uses technology to support student learning at WEMTA to educators around the state this past week. She lead a poster session on Osmos as well as a hands-on presentation about using Osmos with students. She also presented with Elizabeth Heiser, a fifth grade teacher at Stoner Prairie, and Karie Huttner, Educational Technology Coordinator at Country View and Stoner Prairie, about doing Genius Hour to provide voice and choice in student created learning projects.
In the Verona Press