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Create a Newsletter or Brochure with Draw Tools

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This is an opportunity for the Level One (Knowledge Level) or Level Two (Instructional) person who wants to use draw tools to create a newsletter or brochure to use with students and develop a lesson where students contribute to the newsletter or brochure as part of the curriculum. Review and align content standards. Draw tools are important to have before you participate in this opportunity. Expect to model the process by collaborating with others at the same level.

Purpose
to be able to create a professional looking newsletter or brochure 
Objectives
  1. save images in different digitized formats
  2. transfer images
  3. set up stations where students write text, import clipart, scan images, and take images with digital camera or from Internet
  4. create a  2-4 page newsletter or trifold brochure as an example for students
  5. create a rubric to assess student work on newsletter or brochure
NCATE Standards:
2.2.1, 2.2.5

ISTE Standards and Performance Indicators:
I. B., II. D. and E., III.A, IV. C., V. C.and D.

Types of Opportunities:
  • six to nine hour hands-on workshop or
  • three hour one-on-one coaching sessions including follow-up 
  • Newsletters and brochures can be separate workshops
Prerequisite 
Paint and Draw Tools and Make Rubricsor its equivalent

This eCoach opportunity can be bundled with other opportunities in an institute with a focus on a particular curriculum area and/or grade level or as a coaching session as part of your staff development program. We can prepare your coaches so they can provide this opportunity onsite for a separate fee. Our coaches will include relevant eCoach guides as part of any opportunity or purchase any guides separately.

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