On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Apple highlighted a Las Vegas tech teacher who uses the iPad to teach students how to create their own stories.
Apple posted an article on the project on Monday, led by elementary school teacher Mike Lang. Lang works as a technology teacher at Laura Dearing Elementary School in the Clark County School District.
The project involves students taking and editing images of themselves, their family and their community. From there, they create “their own stories of why they matter” using a coding app. The first part is designed to “show children that they are precious” and uses Christian Robinson’s book “You Matter” as a starting point.
Each student will then study Dr. King’s life and legacy using “I Am Martin Luther King Jr.” by Brad Meltzer and will confront him with a double exposure portrait. In the final part of the project, Lang asks each student how they can help each other and their …
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