Thursday, February 23, 2017

Student Summits in the New Year!

One of the most fulfilling opportunities we have at EdTechTeam is working directly with students from around the world. The Student Summit program brings the knowledge and rigor of our educator focused events with the excitement of an academic celebration. This year has kicked off with some amazing educational experiences for kids.

We begin with Temple High School from Temple, Texas. Centered around the idea of creation, one hundred high school students learned about animation, coding, media composition, publishing and more. All with tools they have access to and use every day. Students came away empowered and excited to learn more.


A"I had a great time and learned so many new things. It was a great experience. " - Tatyanna

Next, we headed to the Canadian Academy in Kobe, Japan for an amazing event for elementary and middle schoolers. They designed custom 3D prints, coded with Minecraft, edited images, scripted interactive stories and more! A huge shout out to the local student presenters: Andy, Husandeep and Sohan for teaching classes and learning in the process. And a big thank you to the phenomenal work from Seher and all the Canadian Academy student tech team who created this video!




Student Summit at the Canadian Academy in Kobe, Japan


"I think that every single activity was really fun and I learned a lot from each an every one of them!" - Devang

Finally, EdTechTeam would like to congratulate our most recent Student Summit Grant winner, the Design-Lab High School in Newark, Delaware. Their submission competed with schools from around the world and this innovative school will receive a customized Student Summit.


We look forward to working with their students and teachers! Interested in learning how you can host an event for your own students? For more information, please visit: EdTechTeam.com/students



Kern Kelley
Teacher
Author
The Google Apps Guide Book
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