App Flows are a customizable framework, which redefines the traditional lesson plan to integrate digital tools and content with pedagogical insight. Learn more about app flows and how to create one by watching our tutorial videos.
In this unit, students will understand how European contact changed the cultural landscape of Latin America. While the early civilizations were destroyed there remains some continuity seen through existing societies. Conflict & change are furthered thr
World Language Academy
Flowery Branch, GA
How do people share spaces? Does a shared space mean that we always see things the same way? Although people can be in the same place, they do not always interpret what they see and experience in the same way.
Language & Reading
4, 5, 6
Rae Ann S.
Hempfield School District
Students will become reporters for the Santa Clara news while they read the book, Call of the Wild, by Jack London. While working in partners, students will use a Weebly site to create and design a variety of assignments pertaining to the novel.
Students research, develop and present to class opportunities for STEM careers.
discussion, following directions, presenting to others, reading comprehension, speaking, text analysis, using supporting evidence, vocabulary, engineering, citizenship, events, exploration, the economy
In this lesson, students use physical and virtual manipulatives to represent visually the steps they take to obtain a solution to an algebraic equation. They develop an understanding of the connections between the solution involving manipulatives and the
This app flow will take you through an interactive digitally rich lesson on the topic of Prohibition and the Progressive Era (Please note that this app flow will work great with ANY Social Studies Content)
In this App Flow students will earn abou the elements of teh Periodic Table. They will understand that the elements are part of their everyday experience and could be a big part of their future. They will gain a real understanding far beyond the symbols.
In this lesson, students will investigate the properties of magnets and what makes them stick. They will find items in the school that stick to magnets, and will create posters to inform others about magnetism.
Analyzation of a primary source is often a simple task, but can be made deeper if students deconstruct the photo in three easy steps and then apply what they have learned in an independent analysis of another source
Language & Reading, discussion, following directions, speaking, using supporting evidence, Social Studies, cultural understanding, history
In this App Flow, students will solve a video problem by using the strategy working backwards. While solving the problem, students will watch engaging videos, communicate through Edmodo, and extend their learning with problem solving apps.
Students will learn and practice appropriate online communication strategies and synthesize their learning about the Renaissance and Renaissance Men (and Women) in an online discussion. Teachers will need to set up a free Collaborize Classroom account.
Language & Reading, Social Studies
6, 7, 8
San Diego County Office Of Education
San Diego, CA