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Wednesday, July 27 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Frame by Frame: Using Stop Motion Animation in the Classroom

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“In today’s world, it’s no longer how much you know that matters; it’s what you can do with what you know.” With this belief, students need to be engaged in meaningful tasks, which represent their point of view and understanding. In the session, we will explore how using stop motion animation with elementary school children creates a classroom community of problem solving, collaboration, imagination and communication. We believe that learning is authentic when each student is an active participant in his or her own education. The presenters will:

  • Spotlight projects completed in our elementary school that have used stop motion
  • Emphasize the learning journey students went through with these projects 
  • Demonstrate how these projects naturally bring out higher order thinking skills in students
  • How stop motion can be used as a means of assessment 
  • Explore the academic rigor involved in these projects

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avatar for Garret Ferguson

Garret Ferguson

About Garret Ferguson | 4th Grade Teacher, Lafayette Regional School, Franconia, NH | | Garret Ferguson is the fourth grade teacher at Lafayette Regional School in Franconia, NH. From his first year of teaching where his students created a historical documentary about a local iron furnace to now where his students are creating animations to showcase the civil rights movement and energy source, Garret has been setting a high bar of excellence for... Read More →
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Ben Woo

About Ben Woo | Art/Enrichment Teacher, Lafayette Regional School, Franconia, NH Benedict Woo is a Visual Art teacher and Enrichment Coordinator at an elementary school in Franconia, New Hampshire. He integrates technology with K-6 students through a range of multi-media projects. With a clear focus on the learner and his or her needs, Ben creates project-based learning opportunities with multiple access points. Ben's students research and... Read More →


Wednesday July 27, 2011 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Lexington - 4th Floor (C wing)

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