Coker is learning a "THING or 2" about "Seuss-ism"
Coker Elementary School students in Amanda Seller’s fourth grade class worked with school librarian, Virginia Walsh, to make “Seuss-isms” (life lessons) from Dr. Seuss books. Using an app on the iPads, the students made a presentation of the “Seuss-ism” learned after reading a Dr. Seuss book.
These presentations were linked to QR codes posted around the school. Students, staff and even some parents used iPads or personal phones to scan the QR codes. Students earn a “Seuss-tacular!” spirit stick after viewing the Suess-isms.
“I think the students did a great job! We have upper grade students walking around with their lower grade reading buddy scanning QR codes," said Walsh. "It was a fun activity! The program has been so successful that it will run until March 31st or until the library runs out of spirit sticks!"
Posted on March 19, 2014