1. student short film in Korean: "Speed Date!"

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    Columbia University Elementary Korean I class project

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    • Own It

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      “OWN IT!” Committing to Great Character, Character Education assembly for elementary students (K-6th grade) In Boom Troupe's character education assembly, your students become members of the Everywhere Elementary School Character Club. The Character Club Members reveal three different situations: someone’s feelings hurt by WORDS of another, a frustrated student’s ACTIONS spoiling the others’ fun on the playground, and a procrastinator’s MISTAKES hurting the group’s grade during a class project. Your students then help our characters go back to “fix” the problem using the L.A.W. of Great Character: LOOK within, ACCEPT your part in the situation, WORK to make things right. An exciting finale gives your school a way to remember the concepts long after the assembly is over! Character traits: Responsibility, Trustworthiness, Fairness, Caring and Respect. “OWN IT!” teaches your students to own their character in every moment.

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      • Misty of Chincoteague

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        A Book performed in 6 minutes. In this adorable and breathlessly speedy performance, Omni Montessori School Lower Elementary Students perform their own adaptation, of the book by Marguerite Henry, on their outdoor stage to an audience of peers and parents. In true Montessori spirit, since all the participants wanted to perform many of the parts, each of the players carry a number of roles, so you may need to watch this more than once, as the cast and their roles are explained by Elizabeth, their narrator, at the very end.

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        • App Recommendations

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          Listen to a 1st grader share her app recommendations.

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          • How To Use Google Earth

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            This is a Student Made Video showing other students how to use Google Earth to visit distant locations while staying in your classroom. These students learned about taking screenshots, PhotoStory 3, Windows Movie Maker, adding credits and music, recording and importing audio files, and remixing music on UJAM.com Content Rich Learning. Good Stuff :)

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            • Zero

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              Mathematics learning video for the Singapore Primary Maths syllabus. Teacher: Mr Daniel William Cole www.matholia.com.sg

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              • Song for the Unsung Hero sang by Elementary Honor Choir

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                Southeast ICDA presents the YOUTH HONOR CHOIR FESTIVAL 2009 Iowa Choral Directors association, inc. Elementary Honor Choir Misty Abney Alison Dickinson Cody Knapp Libby Schnicker Camille Adajar Cooper Dodd Mackenzie Knutson Rachel Schulte Karlin Adams Lane Eads Cheyenne Lada Macenzee Schwab Harry Agnew Dalton Ehret Lauren Lynch Michaela Scott Archie Agnew Luke Elfers Abby Maddox Lacey Sexton Jordan Albert Abby Erickson Shea Malloy Ashley Shadley Dakota Andersen Cole Erickson Kylea Malloy Mitchell ShatTer Cheyenne Anderson Coleman Ertzinger Jasmine Mares-Davila Brendan Shampney Jessica Andries Jessica Ewart Zach Martin Josh Shumaker John Arrange Desiree Faulkner CJ Mathis Olivia Slaughter Cay Bappe Shayla Filson Anna Mayer Jacob Smithburg Colton Bean Mackenzie Flattery Leah McElhinney Steven Spaulding Katie Bell Robbie Fletcher Drake Mehaffy Hannah Stater Kate Birchmier Jonathon Galbreath Abby Melcher Emily Stockdale Allyson Bird Brianna Galvan Cathy Mererole Megan Striegel Garret Bowermaster Mason Garber Nicole Miller Chase Stutzman Kolbi Breard Tamira Gerling Austin Murdock Tanner Syfert Sophia Breuer Sarah Gingerich Melissa Murray Jessica Tate Makenna Brinning Austin Glandon Josie Neff Dale Taylor McKayla Brush Makenna Goodwin Madeline Nelson Adena Tedrow Raven Buck Jack Grey Zakkia Newsom Jesse Teets Anne Buckwalter Elizabeth Hahn Madisen Nielsen Katelyn Thomson Renee Buckwalter Jiere Harold Oba Olayini Jarrett Truitt Oscar Bugg Mackenzi Harwood Madison Osborn Nathan Vaughn Tressa Burnett Riley Heinzel Autumn Penrod Kristyn Vedder Ashlyn Butler Heidi Hillyard Taylor Peterson Paris Wallace Melissa Callan Melissa Hinkley Brandon Plecker Karlie Warren Brendan Carper Paige Holderbaum Daphne Pulford Rachel Warrick Amber Carruthers Kaitlin Hora Ben Rauenbuehler Lane Welsh Anna Chicken Kaylie Horak Hannah Redlinger Baron West Kyleigh Clegg Brittany Hoskins Sarah Reynonid Daelyn Whitaker Riley Ctements Samuel Houseal Christopher Richardson Chase Williams Jaylon Cotton Loreena Hucke Andy Roberts Nicole Williams Alex Crile Michalyla Hunt Kelsey Roberts Savannah Wilson Micah Danker Liam Jameson Alyson Rogers Connor Witzenburg Haley Darnold Blame Jamison Randy Ronner Noah Woods Seth Davis Jessica Johnson Tristan Ross Gwynne Wright Madison Dean Abby Johnson Devon Rouse Samantha Zeleny Kati DeLlanos Natalie Jones Charity Rucinski Elizabeth Zippe Ashley DeMeyer Kayla Kayser Seth Rupp Ariel Dennis Rosi Kimsey Alexandra Scanlon Cody Denniston Carissa Kitterman Christy Schimmelpfennig Elementary Honor Choir Jennifer Wagner, Director Susan K. Johnson, Accompanist Path To The Moon Thiman The Trout Schubert, Arr. Harris De Colores Arr. Weston Song for the Unsung Hero Martin Everything’s Coming Up Roses Styne, Arr. Brymer Participating Schools and Directors Buriington,Supyside Elementary — Deborah Hatteberg Burlington, Blackhawk Elementary - Dane Barner Burlington, North Hill Elementary — Jenny Minard Burlington, Oak Street Elementary — Jane Trotter Cardinal, Eldon — Jane Koch Central Lee Middle School — Linda Pieper Davis County Middle School — Abby Norton Fairfield Elementary Schools — Brooke Priesman Highland Elementary — Jennifer Wagner Mediapolis Elementary — Peggy Aamodt Mid-Prairie Elementary — Heather Herschberger Morning Sun —Nancy Martin Mt. Pleasant Elementary — Shari Moeller Ottumwa, Potpourri Fine Arts Academy — Jacqueline Thompson Sigoumey Elementary— Susan K. Johnson Tn-County — Darrçn Knipfer Van Buren — Julie Garrels WACO Elementary — Amy Langr Washington, Lincoln Elementary — Julie Hill Washington, St. James Elementary — Lee Buchholz West Burlington — Nancy Vedder Jennifer Wagner Jennifer Wagner is the Vocal Music Director fciHighland Community Schools, grades 6-12 where she is responsible fortJagrade general music, middle school choir, high school varsity choir, jazz choir, and the musical. Previously, she has also had teaching position5 at Lincoln and Saint James Elementary in Washington, Wapello JuniorSe.fliqL High School, and Salem Elementary in Salem, Iowa. She is an 11 yea’ board member for the Iowa Choral Director’s Association, serving the offices of Historian, Website Manager, and Sounding Board Ad Manager. She also served as the 2007 Chair for the State ICDA Summer Convention and Symposium, and has most recently conducted the 5th and 6t5 Grade Elementary Opus Honor Choir in November of 2008 and other district honor choirs across the state. She resides in Washington with her husband John, and daughters Zoe 11, and Rory 8. ICDA The Iowa Choral Directors Association, Inc. (ICDA) is a 1,000 member professional organization comprised of choral directors involved with music on all levels — elementary through college, sacred and secular. ICDA is committed to the continued excel1ene of choral music in Iowa and sponsors many activities for directors and students at both the district and state levels. ICDA is an affiliate of the American Choral Directors Association. For membership information contact: Roger Henderson, ICDA President-Elect, 1821 Prince Street, Grinnell, IA., 50112-1027.

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                • Organize Your Writing

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                  There are lots of different ways to organize your writing. The way you order information in your paper should work well for the type of writing you are working on. Learn more about how to organize by writing type.

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                  • Positive Energy Committee for the Ridgway Elementary School Energy Efficiency Demonstration Project Presentation

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                    A 5th Grade student wants to green her school and save polar bears by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing energy efficiency.

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                    • Let's Explore Penguins!

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                      from Kevin McBride Added 257 2 0

                      Student written, acted, and produced, this documentary about penguins sums up our month-long kindergarten unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Images Obtained with Creative Commons License from the following sources: "Map of Southern Hemisphere (Globe)"@Luventicus Academy http://www.luventicus.org/maps/world/southernhemisphere.html CC4.0 "Antarctica Background"@Tom Weaver http://weaveswonderblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/antarctica-background-completed.html CC 4.0 Image©Shutterstock https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-pK8w_f9_hG8/UTabCLlrzkI/AAAAAAAB-Ec/vR77EeSmqHk/w140-h86-p/141952456.jpg CC4.0 "Emporer Penguin Feeding Chick"@MT Paley http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emperor_Penguin CC3.0 "A Northern Krill"@Øystein Paulsen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Meganyctiphanes_norvegica2.jpg CC3.0

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