Let’s Compare and Present Our Opinions!

Grade 3 Subject: Language Arts


Teacher Masako Wakabayashi at Tama Higashiadago Elementary School used LoiLoNote School to help students hone their analytical and comparative skills and practice their public presentation skills.


I Love my Hometown!
Part 2: Experience Local Crafts and Culture on a Virtual Field Trip

Grade 3-4 Subject: Area Studies


Teacher Shizue Fukigami at Jougen Elementary School, Mine City (Yamaguchi prefecture) brought to life the unique characteristics and techniques of Hagi-ware pottery to teach students about traditional local crafts in Yamaguchi prefecture.


I Love My Hometown!
Part 1: Take a Virtual Journey through Local Geography

Grade 3-4 Subject: Area Studies


Teacher Shizue Fukigami at Jougen Elementary School (Yamaguchi prefecture), aimed to foster studentsʼ knowledge and understanding of geography, industry and special characteristics of the local area - all without setting foot outside the classroom.


Let’s Learn to Cook Scrambled Egg Using LoiLoNote!

Middle School Grade 1-3 Subject: Life Science


As part of a series of cooking classes designed to help students with learning disabilities develop life skills needed to become independent, teacher Kyoko Nishimura, Kyoto West General Special Support School, introduced LoiLoNote as a way to help students follow and remember the steps of the recipe.


Seed Cycle Video Project: Growing Ideas with LoiLoNote

2nd Grade Subject: Learning Activities


As part of a series of lessons focusing on the seed cycle, teacher Mary Alice Panek, Pembroke Central School, Corfu, NY, tasked her students to create a Note with LoiLoNote about a seed cycle of their choice.


Researching the History of Chocolate with LoiLoNote

3rd Grade Subject: Cross-curricular


In a unit themed on “chocolate”, Dr. Dias-Lacy, California Avenue School, Uniondale, NY, asked students to use LoiLoNote to construct a visual representation or presentation outlining the history of chocolate.


The Biome Project: Studying
Biomes of the World with LoiLoNote

4th Grade Subject: Science and Language Arts


Heather Dority, Conners Emerson Elementary School, ME, got her students to create a group presentation using LoiLoNote on their group’s chosen “biome”, a large geographical area with a distinct ecological community of plants and animals adapted to that particular environment.


The Solar System Project: Studying
the Universe with LoiLoNote

3rd Grade Subject: Science and Language Arts


Abbie Plaskov, Conners Emerson Elementary School, ME, tasked students to use LoiLoNote to conduct independent research to create an individual project demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of a planet of their choice in our solar system.


Teaching Ancient Egypt with LoiLoNote

6th Grade Subject: History


Teacher David Millians, Paideia School, Georgia, gave his students the opportunity to use LoiLoNote during their yearlong study of Ancient Egypt. In one class, they created a multi-slide presentation towards a self-researched project about Ancient Egypt. At the end of the year, they designed an Ancient Egyptian tomb inscription using hieroglyphs.


Using LoiLoNote to Teach Energy and Electricity

8th Grade Subject: Science


In a series of lessons on electrical energy and circuit design, students were introduced to LoiLoNote by their teacher Bonnie Wright, Providence Day School, North Carolina, as a means to facilitate learning and understanding about alternative energy sources.


Food and Culture: Exploring “Culture” with LoiLoNote

6th Grade Subject: Family and Consumer Sciences


At the start of a series of lessons focussing on the effect of “culture” on food choices and diet, teacher Elena Teixeira, Great Neck South Middle School, NY, used LoiLoNote to help students to first get to grips with the idea of “culture” by conducting a synectics exploration of the concept.


“Multimedia Shakespeare” with LoiLoNote

8th Grade Subject: English


In a class of students with a wide range of prior knowledge and experience of Shakespeare, the goal of teacher Gemma Jones’s lesson was for students to explore the different multimedia possibilities for accessing Shakespeare’s works and to develop an understanding of the plot, characters, underlying themes and context of the play that they found most engaging.


LoiLoNote and Me and My Life: Cells

7th Grade Subject: Science


The students’ task was to examine cheek cells under the microscope in class and to prepare a lab report at home for homework. Teacher Gemma Jones, Berlin Bilingual School, combined iPad and LoiLoNote as an ideal enhancement tool to provide opportunities for students to achieve the intended learning outcomes.


LoiLoNote and Me and My Life: Variation and
Inheritance

7th Grade Subject: Science


In a series of Biology classes focussing on the theme of cells, variation and inheritance, teacher Gemma Jones, Berlin Bilingual School, used LoiLoNote and iPad to consolidate prior theoretical work on cells and add more advanced explanations of the concepts of variation and inheritance.


LoiLoNote and Me and My Life: Pregnancy and Childbirth

7th Grade Subject: Science


Students used resources shared via LoiLoNote to explore the topics of pregnancy and childbirth at their own pace and to work on the Sexual Reproduction, Conception, Pregnancy and Childbirth sections of their eBooks.


LoiLoNote and Guy Fawkes: Gunpowder, Treason...

8th Grade Subject: English (Literature)


Teacher Gemma Jones, Berlin Bilingual School, asked students to examine Guy Fawkes’ motives in the historical context of the time and to draw parallels between his drivers and actions and those of more recent figures in history e.g. Nelson Mandela, in order to examine and challenge common perceptions of Guy Fawkes as simply a would-be terrorist.


Introducing Shakespeare with LoiLoNote

8th Grade Subject: English (Literature)


In a class of students with a wide range of prior knowledge and experience of Shakespeare, the goal of teacher Gemma Jones, Berlin Bilingual School, was to explore the students’ existing knowledge, thoughts and prior experiences of Shakespeare, and for all students to end the lesson with a ‘flavour’ of Shakespeare’s life and works.


LoiLoNote in the 'Jigsaw Classroom'

7th Grade Subject: Science


The 'Jigsaw Classroom' is a proactive and peer learning method. Mr. Imada, a science teacher at Iwami Junior High School in Iwa mi (Tottori prefecture), put this concept into practice in his science class.


Introducing Friends with LoiLoNote

9th Grade Subject: ESL


This is a simple and perfect example showing the advantages of using iPad and LoiLoNote together in the classroom. Miwa Kondoh, an English teacher, decided to use this combination of learning tools in her class at Yamanashi Eiwa Middle School for group work. The task was to introduce one student from each group to other group members.