Tim ClarkVice President of Learning Innovation, SAFARI Montage
Post to this forum at least three suggestions for engaging student learning with SAFARI Montage.
chenita jarrettprogram specialist, Fulton Schools
Students can be engaged with SAFARI Montage through the use of being able to create video that could allow them to share or present their understanding of content, complete tasks assigned by the teacher and quickly link to outside media content.
Stephanie HagaSTEM Program Specialist, Fulton County Schools
1. Students can use this resource to use for extending learning or developing a deeper understanding.
2. Teachers can post playlists to support the flipped classroom model.
3. Teachers can find resources to use within lessons or stations with students.
Sonya CarterLEAD ELA Specialist, Fulton County Schools
Students can use Safari Montage to engage in research or performance-based projects. Teachers can use Safari Montage to engage students during instructional delivery. Teachers can use Safari Montage during planning PLC's to locate digital materials based on CCGPS standards.
Amanda SwerdlowProgram Specialist, Fulton County
1. Create their own playlist to accompany a blended project.
2. Use to research within targeted unit bend.
3. Determine digital feature favorites.
Amanda Swerdlow, Humanities Program Specialist, FCS
Sandra BennettTeacher, Fulton County Schools
I believe SAFARI Montage is a powerful tool that will engage students, and I'm looking forward to incorporating it into my instruction! Here are three possible strategies that may be used:
1. Identify a resource to support one or more students to personalize their learning
2. Provide differentiated instruction by supplement a unit and have students access in in a station rotation
3. Used by students and teachers to identify and use resources to support blended learning/ professional development.
Jessica Karpmedia specialist, Fulton
1. Teachers can create personalized playlist for students.
2. Students can adjust the options on the media player to meet their learning needs.
3. Using a playlist to reteach or review a skill would support students.
Kathy PolitisConsultant, Fulton County Schools
1. Use video to assess prior knowledge.
2. Allow students to take control of their own learning by creating video to 'show what they know.'
3. As a teaching team, divide up the team to find videos to address the needs of diverse learners in the grade or subject. When students need additional opportunities to learn the work of finding the resources to address their needs is done.
Cari BeginInstructional Coach, Fulton County Schools
Teachers have access to a wider array of video and digital content to create engaging and meaningful lessons for students.
Teachers can easily share digital content with colleagues for use across a grade level.
Teachers can easily differentiate lessons by assigning varied digital content to different groups of students.
Aysha FarooqiTeacher, Fulton County
Teacher can easily find resources based on the standard and create content related playlist to support instruction.
Students will be able to access the content (Flipped model) for review and extension.
Great way to differentiate and personalize instruction.
Laura HunterMedia and Educational Technology Instructor, Fulton County Schools
1. Teachers could assign videos to students for flipped lessons.
2. Instructional videos can be used that relate directly to the standards.
3. World language or ESL teachers could use the translation features with their students.
4. A great tool for differentiating learning for students.
Media and Educational Technology Instructor
Bonnie KolibaInstructional Technology Specialist, Allen ISD
Students are using the Safari Montage app to upload their work from iPads. It makes for an easy transition and the video uploads nicely. They are then able to share their video with their class and teachers can share it on our SupeTube or just send the link to parents.
Chris ShearerPrincipal, Fulton County Schools
1. Flipping the classroom
2. Personalizing learning by providing enrichment or remediation for particular standards
3. Station rotations activities differentiated for particular groups
Ashley CampbellTeacher, Fulton County
1. Homework resource
3. Genius Hour Research / Differentiated Learning
Marisa WeskerTeacher, Autrey Mill Middle School
1. Students can use Safari Montage to work at their own pace, watching and re-watching videos as they need.
2. Teachers can give students choices as to how or what they want to use within Safari Montage.
3. Within the classroom, Safari Montage provides a good opportunity for stations.
Autrey Mill Middle School
Megan EndicottMusic Specialist, Fulton County Schools
I am excited about Safari Montage. It can serve as a pathway into personalized learning through a flipped style learning environment by using videos as a means to present content, a great tool for storing all of your information through the upload feature, and a way to ensure content matches standards through the advanced search options. Safari Montage will also allow for differentiated instruction.
Daphney MillsCurriculum Support Teacher, Fulton County Schools
Teachers can develop their lessons within a playlist. including websites, documents, images, etc... This ensures the integration of various technology types in lessons and classrooms.
Students will be exposed to more than just one way to turn in assignments. This should increase engagement.
As teachers develop playlists and share them within the school, the amount of resources available by standard will offer peers within the school a different perspective on delivering content.
Amy Vining8th grade ELA, Fulton
Students can watch video lessons at home, then come to school prepared to work on activities and projects based on the information from the night before.
Students in an ELL environment will be able to access content knowledge in thier native language.
Teachers have access to academic rich content that is relevent and accessable.
Elkins Pointe Middle School
8th grade ELA
Elkins Pointe Middle School
Chris SinonPhysical Education and Health Educator, Fulton County Schools
Student could develop content and share their original products with their classmates.Teachers could use video playlists to flip their classrooms lessons. Teachers could you state standards feature to supplement their differentiated instruction.
Ridgeview Charter School
Fulton Vanguard Team Member
Kelsey AveryMath Teacher, Fulton County Schools
I would use Safari Montage:
1.) to introduce a lesson on a new topic
2.) to show students real-world applications of the materials we are learning.
3.) remediation for students that were not present for the original lecture or need to hear the lecture/material again.
Pamela DarrowIRR, Fulton County Public Schools
Studentvs will be able to listen and utilize authentic speaking and events. Students will be able to watch videos that are relevant to current issues in Spanish which will increase their ability to understand and use the language in daiky use.
Teacher will have additional access to learning activities that will increase for students the level of rigor and mastery of the language.
Teachers will be able to create unique lessons by using multiple activities.
Dr. Pamela Darrow, PhD.
Centenenial High School
Kristen KanitschTeacher, Creek View Elementary
Students can use Safari to watch videos at home and at their own pace—great way to integrate technology into the classroom.
Teachers can easily find resources related to the standards and content.
Teachers can share content/videos with students and with team members.
Allison BasteckiTeacher, Fulton County Schools
I would use Safari Montage in a technology station and have a playlist of videos ready for the students to watch and complete activities on. I would also use it for research in the classroom because it is a good way to find multiple sources in one location. I would use this program to create individual playlists for my students who need reteaching on a certain skill or standard.
Steve SweigartEngineering Instructor, Fulton County
1. Extend student learning with the use of videos and pictures.
2. Help personalize student learning based on student intersts and pace.
3. Homework resource
Dr. Steve Sweigart
Johns Creek High School
Stephanie SosebeeAdministrative Assistant, Fulton County Schools
1. Teachers can use the speed and caption features to assist students with disabilities.
2. Videos and pictures can be used as activating strategies to increase student interest and engagement.
3. Teachers can search for resources by standard to assist in lesson planning.
Hopewell Middle School
Kelly CorinTeacher, FCBOE
Teachers can find resources that were helpful to other teachers and beneficial to students.
Students are able to create material to share with others.
Students can see real-world connections using the videos and resources on Safari Montage.
Janice EtscovitzMETI , Fulton Cty Schools
Teachers can assign playlists for students to view/work on at their own pace.
With the capability for students to post/upload their digital work is a great feature!
The capbility for cc on many of the videos will be a big help for many.
Another great resource for the "Flipped Classroom Model".
Janice P. Etscovitz, METI
Megan WatersTeacher, Fulton County Schools
1. The many customizable options, such as closed captions, the English/Spanish toggle, and the ability to adjust the speed of the video, make this a great resource for blended learning.
2. The quizzes and teacher’s guides can be useful for facilitating meaningful discussions.
3. In addition to teachers curating a playlist of digital resources, students can produce and upload their own content to demonstrate their understanding of a concept.
Ava SheffieldCST, Fulton County
Teachers can create playlists for students. Students will have access to these resources and engage in differentiated lessons. The videos and resources are interesting and relevant.
Mandy BellMETI, Fulton Schools
1. Create playlists to either scaffold or enrich learning.
2. Students can share projects (PBL)
3. Research - access to TRUSTED multiple sources, much safer than conducting a websearch. CC feature in videos is great for taking notes (younger students)
Teri WeberTeacher, Fulton County Schools
Personalize student learning allowing students to complete a playlist in areas they choose
Create a capsule unit for students to use in teacher absence
Offer enhanced learning when students finish classwork
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Gwen Smith Educational Technology & Learning Specialist, SAFARI Montage
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