Four down… Eight to go! That’s right! Another month of participating in the #edugood 365 Photo Project has concluded, and what do my students and I have to show for it? Well, for starters, we have 30 days of visually documented edu-awesome clearly showing that not all public schools are failing!
Not sure what I’m talking about? Then check out the #edugood 365 Photo Project, a venture that challenges teachers and/or students to spend a year photographing and sharing all of the positive happenings in their school, classroom and/or life. Once pictures are taken of students engaged in lessons, activities and events, they can be uploaded to a web-based photo calendar (i.e. ShutterCal) that can be viewed by others.
Still not convinced this project is for you? Then be sure to click on the BAMS ShutterCal shown below. As you will see, being able to take a cumulative look at the learning that takes place in your classroom and/or school is pretty awesome!
Even though summer is just around the corner, it’s still not too late to join the #edugood 365 Photo Project. What a great way to spend the last month(s) of school—highlighting all of that fabulous “stuff” that occurs this time of the year!