It’s not about having the best lesson ever.
It’s not about adding a TON of extra work to your To-Do List.
It is about how one small change can make a BIG difference.
It is about how one small change can meaningfully enhance a learning experience.
Checkered Flag! Analyzing race results right there on the spot was another revelation of just how much Ss love immediate feedback. Some were happy with their performance. Others said: "Next time, let's modify _____ to make it better." #ddestem #sci5P11 #sci5P12 #TheGreat5thGrRace pic.twitter.com/52i4OtaVpp
— Kyle Hamstra (@KyleHamstra) February 21, 2018
Design. Construct. Test. Modify. Retest. Race. Reflect. Fifth graders caught more #FlipgridFever analyzing #TheGreat5thGrRace. What went well? What would you change next time? Why? #Flipgrid organizes, archives, and shares interactive reflections. #ddestem #sci5P11 #sci5P12 pic.twitter.com/1JJV92oU4g
— Kyle Hamstra (@KyleHamstra) February 22, 2018
NEW! The latest #HamstraHighlights is LIVE from another new starting line! DYK? #TheGreat5thGrRace was named after "The Great American Race"–The Daytona 500–@Nascar's SuperBowl of races. How about you? Are YOU: Winning the #Edtech Race? #ddestem https://t.co/G2a5ybznrX
— Kyle Hamstra (@KyleHamstra) February 17, 2018
Design. Construct. Test. Exclaim: "That didn't work-Fix that-Try again!" Redesign. Reconstruct. Retest. Repeat x 20. They had so much fun doing #handsonlearning that many didn't get to all the #edtech enhancements. Yet. Is that okay? #ddestem #edchat #sci3P11 #TheGreat5thGrRace pic.twitter.com/r8sohMNYuq
— Kyle Hamstra (@KyleHamstra) February 14, 2018