The LES STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) has been working hard this school year. As a first year team last year, they missed the invitation to state by a few points. Now, they are determined to improve as a team.
Their first competition for this school year was November 19th at NKU. This was a regional showcase. The students created a project called Community Codes. This is a project to help the school and community. The students are improving their technology skills by creating videos to link to a QR (Quick Response) code. Their videos are highlighting an item on display at the Dayton Heritage Museum.
After a visit to the museum, the students worked in pairs to research an item from the museum that they found interesting. After hours of work, their project was ready to share. Community Codes received an invitation to State. They plan to put the QR codes on display with the items. The visitors will be engaged with this interactive feature. Also, be on the lookout for a Minecraft Historical Tour of Dayton. The LES STLP team has decided to enter an online competition as well as improving Community Codes.
Hopefully, their work will encourage others to visit this great resource in the community. The Dayton Heritage Museum has a great group of volunteers. Their hours are Second and Fourth Saturday from 10AM-2PM or by appointment. Be sure to stop by and learn some history about Dayton and utilize the Community Codes.
Submitted by: Cami Young
Dayton Community News