Create Digital Culture
Today’s digital world is a participatory culture. Outside of the classroom, your students can create and contribute in a variety of digital forms and in a multitude of venues.
HyperStudio is the one program that your students can develop these new media skills all in one place, without having to struggle with this and that different program depending on whether the desired project is video or comics. With HyperStudio they learn a simple skill-set in K-6 classes, and use that same skill set through High School.
Whether your students preferred style of expression is prose, imagery, animation, film, or a combination, HyperStudio’s drag and drop environment, game-like interactivity, and depth of features engages younger users as well as the most demanding technology-using students.
Digital innovators also want their work to exhibit an individual style. Whether it’s painting technique, point of view, establishing a mood, the cultural universe is being filled with unique works that reflect today’s attitudes and thinking.
Help your students be meaningful contributors to this new digital culture by giving them the tools that will help them express their individuality, and have them continue thinking about the subject area they are studying.
Move your students away from creating mere fragments and have them create comprehensive projects that are worth keeping!
"Over the last few years, I have had my tech-savvy friends and colleagues searching for a robust, interactive web portal to support the development of an interdependent learning community for site and district administrators. About a year ago, My eCoach was suggested as the perfect fit for the multi-dimensional support system I sought. Since then, the County Office has adopted My eCoach as the venue to house the curriculum, practicum portfolios, and sustained follow-up our state-legislated AB 430 Administrator Training Program.
My eCoach has accelerated the learning and motivation of our participants, engaged them in a growing professional learning community about the real-time issues they face in school and district administration, and challenged us all to join the 21st Century in both word and deed!"
Sheridan Barker, Ed.D.
Director, Leadership Services
San Diego COE, CA