Innovative Instruction (H.A.C.K Portfolio) Jennifer Mooney

This semester we learned what Innovative Instruction is, the benefits to both students and teachers, and what types of Innovative styles are being used in classrooms across the country. We also learned about the H.A.C.K model of instruction and Digital Citizenship.
The H.A.C.K model of instruction with each of the levels.

These were our Professors for Innovative Instruction.

Professor Greg Russell
Professor Amy Ackley
Innovative Instruction- Project Based Learning Presentation

"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge". -Albert Einstein

"H" Highly Structured
"A" Allowed Choices
"C" Consistent Application
"K" Knowledge Centered
A picture of kids on a field trip. A great way to enhance "real world" learning in a "K" classroom.
Learning in the 21st Century
Digital Citizenship teaches students safety and responsibility with technology.
Some of the fun apps (platforms) that we learned about in Innovative Instruction are: Nearpod, Explain Everything, Emaze, Haiku Deck, Lucid Chart, Easelly, Piktochart, Canva, Kahoot, Schoology, Google Forms, Adobe Spark, Screenchomp, Math Duel, Telegami, Shadow Puppets, Evernote, Plickers, and many more.

Credits:

Created with images by josealbafotos - "old books book books" • Photographing Travis - "First Grade" • PraveenbenK - "Happy child with painted hands" • jillccarlson - "Tavola Elementary 3rd Grade Field Trip - Houston Zoo"

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