From the Classroom: Best Tech Practice Video of the Week- Stop-Motion DNA Replication

5/7/2014 12:00:00 AM
Biology students at Fossil Ridge High School use laptops, cameras and SAM animation software to create stop-motion animation videos to demonstrate their understanding of DNA replication.  This detailed, intensive approach included creating 300-400 individual images and resulted in a deeper understanding of the process. Additionally, the lesson promotes several national technology standards for communication, collaboration and innovation. Watch below or on the Poudre School District site


 
Do you have a video showcasing your best use of technology? To be considered for Tech & Learning’s “Best Tech Practice” video series, please email cweiser@nbmedia.com.  
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