After finding strong facts, designers are now creating their prototype using either Makers Empire, Bloxels EDU, or Toontastic.
Using Seesaw, designers are documenting the pieces that they are creating and including in the final piece.
I can't wait to share the upcoming images of this project. Currently learners are rotating through Osmo (Coding, Monster, Masterpiece, Tangram), Makers Empire, and Seesaw/Cricut learning stations.
Collaborative Team Work
Working in their triads, learners in Ms. Murphy and Ms. Maida's classrooms worked on creating their final mazes.
Rules for Maze and Tutorial Video
After finishing their maze, teams created rules to play their maze as well as video tutorials for players to try their maze. The video tutorials were uploaded into Seesaw and a QR code was generate for each of the video tutorials.
Because this was our last session, I asked learners to share about their experience during Design Thinking. Here are two responses.
Student Documentation of the Process
This week designers created their maze game piece that will navigate the physical maze that they are creating as a team. Using Makers Empire, each designer created a customized piece.
During the last week of school, Ms. Minter, a fourth grade teacher who has embraced using technology to support student voice, shared these projects that her students had created around their social emotional learning.
Bloxels EDU game
Makers Empire and Stop Motion