Student Technology Showcase: 2010 - 2013

Highlighting the exemplary work of students has been the goal of the California Department of Education (CDE) since it began the Student Technology Showcase in 2001. These projects were showcased at the annual Palm Springs Computer-Using Educators (CUE) conference, held in March of each year.

When presented at the conference, participating students have the opportunity to demonstrate their work in the areas of Web, video, multimedia, graphic art, sensor/probe data and analysis, animation, and database development. The Showcase offers new ideas on how integrating technology into the curriculum serves to heighten student engagement.

2013 Student Showcase

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CUE Conference March 2013

Voki Character Analysis - 
5th Grade, Emilie Ritchen Elementary School, Oxnard School District
Anjanette Carrillo, 5th grade teacher, and 5 students from Emilie Ritchen School, Oxnard School District, participated in the 2013 Student Technology Showcase at the CUE Conference in Palm Springs. The students used voki.com to develop animated characters who describe their roles and motivation as a response to literature. Students used iPads and desktop computers to create their characters.



iCards - 6th Grade, McKinna Elementary School, Oxnard School District
Juan Oy, 6th grade teacher, and 5 students from McKinna Elementary School, Oxnard School District, participated in the 2013 Student Technology Showcase at the CUE Conference in Palm Springs. The students use iPads to access Internet and Applications to create Electronic Flashcards to help them increase their vocabulary.

2012 Student Showcase

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CUE Conference March 2012

Welcome to the Channel Islands: Digital Storytelling in Nature and Science
6th Grade, EO Green Junior High School, Hueneme School District

Jon Mortensen, 6th grade Science teacher, and 3 students from E.O. Green Junior High School, Hueneme School District, participated in the 2012 Student Technology Showcase at the CUE Conference in Palm Springs. The students presented personalized digital stories created as part of the Bay Watershed, Education and Training program (BWET), which provides students with the opportunity to explore the unique environment in and around the Channel Islands. Student stories focused conversation and restoration and highlighting the magnificent kelp forest.


Technology-based Science Investigation and Experimentation
5th Grade, McKinna School, Oxnard School District

David Llanes, 5th grade Science teacher, and 5 students from McKinna Elementary School, Oxnard School District, participated in the 2012 Student Technology Showcase at the CUE Conference in Palm Springs. The students presented their science projects with the use of the Promethean Interactive Whiteboard. Students used the Scientific Method and created PowerPoint presentations on their science projects.

2011 Student Showcase

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CUE Conference March 2011

Welcome to the Channel Islands: Digital Storytelling in Nature and Science
6th Grade, Richard Bard School, Hueneme School District

Jon Mortensen, 6th grade Science teacher, and 3 students from Richard Bard School, Hueneme School District, participated in the 2011 Student Technology Showcase at the CUE Conference in Palm Springs. The students presented personalized digital stories created as part of the Bay Watershed, Education and Training program (BWET), which provides students with the opportunity to explore the unique environment in and around the Channel Islands. Student stories focused conversation and restoration and highlighting the magnificent kelp forest.

  

2010 Student Showcase

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CUE Conference March 2010

Digital Storytelling in Nature and Science
6th Grade, Charles Blackstock Junior High School, Hueneme School District

Jon Mortensen, 6th grade Science teacher, and 4 students from Charles Blackstock Junior High School, participated in the 2010 Student Technology Showcase at CUE. The students presented personalized digital stories created as part of the Bay Watershed, Education and Training program (BWET), which provides students with the opportunity to explore the unique environment in and around the Channel Islands. Student stories focused on one or more aspects of the local marine environment that related to student field trips and in class studies.

  

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