Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire technology integration in your middle school classroom.
Whether you have Chromebooks, iPads, PCs, or Macs in your classroom, you can use technology to engage and inspire your students in the curriculum.
When developing their own comic books and graphic novels, students practice summarizing and creating non-linguistic representations.
To show what they know about a character in a novel they are reading, students create a digital scrapbook for this person.
Students develop materials to promote a region or country they are studying and create a pitch to attract visitors to this location at a tourism trade show.
Students personify an animal or object and develop a story about its experiences and adventures.
Students research a person from history, or a character in a book they are reading, and summarize their findings in the form of a trading card.
Students connect with the past as they write a first-person account of events in history.
Retelling a story with different point of view helps students better comprehend an author's use of voice.
Students create a portfolio for a significant person in history to showcase this person’s contributions to the community and our life today.
To help students better understand the perspectives of those in different times and cultures, have them develop newsletters that recall and retell historic events.
Organic Architecture Drawings inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright by 5th and 6th grade artists- enjoying the diverse outcomes and various art making techniques - these students have used colored pencils, procreate and Wixie #art #fallingwater ✍️ 🖼 pic.twitter.com/IxFkyzzLZ3— CPES Cardinals Create Art (@ArtCpes) February 23, 2021
Some of Mrs. Scanlon's 8th grade Leadership students have been helping the 3rd graders with their ecosystem projects in Wixie. The 3rd graders are excited to work and learn from them each day. #TheNokesvilleSchool pic.twitter.com/Yo9jqQjGM6— Tiffany Kingston (@TiffanyKingston) February 8, 2022