Students in KJS Library Club were excited to start our new
project about ladybugs. They learned a lot of interesting facts
about ladybugs by reading books about ladybugs, watching movies
and exploring websites.
The students chose different ways to demonstrate what they
learned. Some students decided to create a PowerPoint
presentation, some used a PhotoStory and one student created a
ladybug quiz by using a very simple program called
The studentsí work is accessible from our wiki space named
LibraryZone is a learning platform for students in Library
Club. They use it to learn research skills, write stories,
generate information resources, work on collaborative research
projects, present their work to wider audience, discuss various
issues and communicate with one another and with the librarian.
In the project about ladybugs students used wiki to
collaboratively develop resources about ladybugs, to discuss and
comment the work on the project and to publish their final work.
In the Lucky Ladybugs project students could choose the way of
presenting their knowledge about ladybugs according to the
principles of the UDL design.
(This presentation is also available on
This story is available as a
wmv file on our wiki