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Project Formats: Electronic Formats

Part of a series on different types of project formats.

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EL Education

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Topic

  • Project-Based Learning
  • Student Work

Type

Planning Tools

Grade Level

The photo above is taken from From Bird is the Word



Created By

EL Education

Resource Downloads

Topic

  • Project-Based Learning
  • Student Work

Type

Planning Tools

Grade Level

The photo above is taken from From Bird is the Word



Electronic Formats

More and more schools are making use of free tools for creating and displaying projects online. Here are some current examples. 

Project Title

Grade

School

Notes

Bugs Tell a Story: Healthy Habitats along the Genesee River

K-5

Genesee Community Charter School

Students created a website and also used a platform called ThingLink to display their work. 

Slithering Snake Stories

2

Conservatory Lab Charter School

Students created an e-book that includes writing, artwork and spoken narration.

Sea Creatures Portraits and Stories

3

Explorer Elementary Charter School

Students created an e-book that includes writing, artwork and spoken narration.

If the Shoe Fits

6

Christa McAuliffe Charter School

Created as a final product of a learning expedition on where our stuff comes from. Students conducted research and devised a social responsibility rubric to inform consumers about company policies.

Bird is the Word

7

Oak Middle School

A multidisciplinary project that resulted in an electronic field guide. Students used Noodle Tools, Notability and Adobe Spark to create their field guide.

Be The Change: A State-wide Literacy Program

7,8

Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences

A student-led community-wide literacy campaign resulted in the creation of a program called “Hooked on Books” with its own website.

The Governmental Times: An Op-Ed Blog

12

Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School (MELS)

A website created by AP US Government and Politics students using a blog-type platform.

Project Title

Bugs Tell a Story: Healthy Habitats along the Genesee River

Grade

K-5

School

Genesee Community Charter School

Notes

Students created a website and also used a platform called ThingLink to display their work. 

Project Title

Slithering Snake Stories

Grade

2

School

Conservatory Lab Charter School

Notes

Students created an e-book that includes writing, artwork and spoken narration.

Project Title

Sea Creatures Portraits and Stories

Grade

3

School

Explorer Elementary Charter School

Notes

Students created an e-book that includes writing, artwork and spoken narration.

Project Title

If the Shoe Fits

Grade

6

School

Christa McAuliffe Charter School

Notes

Created as a final product of a learning expedition on where our stuff comes from. Students conducted research and devised a social responsibility rubric to inform consumers about company policies.

Project Title

Bird is the Word

Grade

7

School

Oak Middle School

Notes

A multidisciplinary project that resulted in an electronic field guide. Students used Noodle Tools, Notability and Adobe Spark to create their field guide.

Project Title

Be The Change: A State-wide Literacy Program

Grade

7,8

School

Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences

Notes

A student-led community-wide literacy campaign resulted in the creation of a program called “Hooked on Books” with its own website.

Project Title

The Governmental Times: An Op-Ed Blog

Grade

12

School

Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School (MELS)

Notes

A website created by AP US Government and Politics students using a blog-type platform.

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