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Lower Dauphin students, staff to present technology fair

Posted 3/29/17

To showcase the use of technology in Lower Dauphin’s curriculum, students and staff will present a technology fair from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 1, at the high school.

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Lower Dauphin students, staff to present technology fair

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To showcase the use of technology in Lower Dauphin’s curriculum, students and staff will present a technology fair from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 1, at the high school.

The event is free and open to the public. Child care and refreshments will be provided.

Fairgoers will see the following among other presentations:

• Infant simulators: High school students will demonstrate how they are used to help understand how demanding the needs of a newborn can be.

• Contemporary Digital Arts: Guests will see presentations of student work and explore making digital art with the help of two high school teachers.

• Hybrid Classroom: Middle school teachers will explain the elements of a hybrid classroom and how this instructional setting enhances student learning.

• Flipped Classrooms: The flipped classroom will be explained with emphasis on how it works in a seventh-grade pre-algebra classroom.

• Math Software: Elementary teachers and students will demonstrate how games can improve math skills using different software packages.

• Moving Lesson: Two elementary school teachers and their students will demonstrate the use of a website that allows teachers to give their students brain breaks throughout the day using dancing, stretching and other physical activities.

Also, a representative with the state Attorney General’s Office will conduct two internet and social media safety workshops.