SAMR Rainbow Loom - more info here: http://www.thinglink.com/scene/504460263773175808
Students compose a procedural text for their favorite Rainbow Loom design using Google Docs.
Students review Rainbow Loom user submitted videos online and use a shared class Google Doc to collaboratively cite and identify best practices (e.g. lighting, directions, clarity, speed, etc...).
Students create a Google Form rubric based on the best practices gleaned from the shared class Google Doc. Students use the rubric as a peer assessment when reviewing classmate created tutorial videos and are easily able to sort and analyze peer feedback and use the feedback to fine-tune future videos.
Students create and publish their own tutorial videos (to YouTube) based on their rubric. The class shares their rubric (and their YouTube channel) with other schools all over the world and request that students share their designs using ZeeMaps to track and archive them geographically.
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