Here are examples of the project How Do You Spell…? as described in Chapter 11 of Teaching Digital Photography: The Ultimate Guide to ‘Tween and Teen Learning by Keith Kyker (Libraries Unlimited, 2014)
These examples were created by 7th and 8th graders enrolled in multimedia class. They are provided to you – with the students’ permission – for you to share with your students. Please read the Notes section below the examples for specific permissions and limitations.
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The students who created these projects attended C.W. Ruckel Middle School in Niceville, Florida. Their assignment was “How Do You Spell RUCKEL?”
These images are provided to you to use as examples in support of you classroom instruction using the corresponding project plan from the book Teaching Digital Photography: The Ultimate Guide to ‘Tween and Teen Learning by Keith Kyker (Libraries Unlimited, 2014.)
These images are the property of the individual students who created them, and are distributed via this web-site with the students’ permission. This permission can be rescinded at any time.
Any copyrighted names, graphics, or logos that appear in student projects are the property of the individual/corporate copyright holders, and are used here for educational purposes only.
Teachers may download these images for use in their classrooms as part of course teaching digital photography and multimedia skills. Any other uses, including but not limited to public display of the images is prohibited without specific permission. Images may not be published or printed in any manner or medium.
For specific permissions or exemptions, please contact Keith Kyker at email@example.com