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What is BigHugeLab?

"Helping you do cool stuff with your digital photos since 2005. :-)
Have fun with your photos!"


In this section we will be using the Motivator:

In this section we can create motivational posters!

Create your own customized motivational posters. Armed with a digital camera and that non-stop wit of yours, you now have the power to turn a simple photograph into a humorous or inspirational message. Print it, frame it! Make two—we know you've got hundreds of digital images and photos to spare! Make your own inspirational, funny, parody, sports or other posters. This website is perfect for the office, schools, teachers, coaches, as announcements, for parties, invitations, and a lot more. (http://bighugelabs.com/motivator.php



Hands on presentation:

1. Have students go to the website directly and get a feel for the site they will be working with

2. Give students ideas on what could motivate others while in the classroom

3. Students could create their own motivational poster or get ideas from the website listed under Resources.



  Resources for future learning:


1. Learn how to incorporate motivation into your classroom by creating a poster. Here is the direct link to give to the students http://bighugelabs.com/motivator.php

2. The intent of motivational posters is to make people achieve more, or to think differently about the things that they may be learning or doing.

3. www.MotivateUs.com Students could use this website for examples. Also please let students know if they use something that is not their own they must cite where they got it from on their posters. Plagiarism is not accepted.


Applications for future teachers:

1. Students could work with a partner to develop a motivational poster for the classroom and these posters could be voted on.

2. This could be used in content areas of middle/high school for homeroom classrooms or for a mini competition between the students.

3. This could be used in K-5 classrooms as an individual project in the beginning of the year.

4. BigHugeLabs offers a lot more activities that are hands on that could be incorporated into any lesson. It allows Educators to be creative with the incorporation.

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