iTEAM KiDS went around campus and interviewed a teacher. They taught them about GENYes and asked them how they can help them become more technology literate. This allowed students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade get out of their comfort zones and teach adults. “Interviewing teachers helped me with speaking more and learning about the teachers. I learned how they needed help with technology and I was able to explain to them how it could work.” -Alexis Lopez (iTEAM KiD)
In the 2017/2018 FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge, our Gila Vista Jr. High's iTEAM KiDS will make a splash with the HYDRO DYNAMICS challenge. During the season, students will learn all about water – how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. Pictured here are two students constructing an EV3 robot that they will program to complete missions as part of the engineering process associated with the challenge. Not pictured are students who are researching a problem with human wa
Alice Byrne iTEAM Kids check their Google Classroom to see their schedules for the morning Homework Table. iTEAM KiDS support students in the morning in the cafeteria during breakfast so students have their homework done and are ready for the day!
Roosevelt Elementary School's iTEAM KiDS are starting out fresh with many new members and technology. We have lot's of new ideas to make our school and larger community better. We will accomplish our goals, and reach our limits and more!
Mrs. Cooksey's iTEAM KiDS are already supporting teachers at McGraw doing a TAP (Technology Assistance Project). Students assisted a teacher in adding a website and organizing folders on student iPads. Great start McGraw iTEAM KiDS!