Design Thinking in Action Design Thinking happens all around us. Let’s look at some ways Jordan and some of his ASA students have applied this year. Alarm Cover Back in November, you might remember when the alarm was accidentally triggered. The emergency alarms are tucked under the counter at the receptionist’s desk. Over the summer […]
Are you a tabaholic? Here are two tips that can help with organizing your tabs: #1 Pin Tabs – I like to have mail and calendar one-click away Right-click on a tab and a menu will appear. Select “Pin”. Now the tab will always be at the left side of your browser window. Anytime I […]
Integrated Science 9 IS9 teachers Rebecca Pettit, Adam Nollsch, and Tim Birkett have made great use of the InnoHub resources and workspace over the past two months! Students worked on planning for and designing prototypes of cars by applying their knowledge of Newton’s Laws of Motion, air resistance, friction, and velocity. They then built the […]
Are you a Sway Master? Do you want to become one? Those are the question the MS English team proposed to me earlier this year which prompted me to start exploring this tool. Microsoft Sway is a tool that lets you create interactive reports, digital stories, newsletters, presentations, and more. Sway is part of the office […]
Teachers and staff gathered in the NCPA InnoHub for the first official #InnoPUBPD event of the year to learn about stop motion animation. For this workshop we followed the framework: Follow, Make, Tinker, Share Follow, Make, Tinker, Share was created by William Rankin and Bea Leiderman of Unfold Learning. This framework is often used in […]
InnoHub Safety Training – September 24, 2021 Seventeen teachers and staff completed the InnoHub Safety Training and Best Practices workshop last Friday. After completing the training, which involved practical tasks at 6 stations, they joined in a Kahoot to test their knowledge. They also received a badge (designed by Jordan Wambeke and made on our […]
Last VS EdTech Briefing of the Year! In this episode, we share tech tools for you! Liz Shuler directs us to the NCPA Virtual Wellness Room – a resource-rich site that has everything from relaxing music, links to yoga videos, mindfulness exercises and much much more. Pat Hughes recommends apps related to fitness and lifehacking. […]
Today’s session covered: Text Engineering with Mats Haaland CommonLit.org with Grace Ridnour Watch Recording below or HERE ( I missed the first minute – but you can catch the Agenda and Check-in in the slides below) This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office.
This morning we ran the session twice. Here is a brief look at the lineup. Check-in with Lisa Canva for Reflection and Collaboration with Steven Groene Revisit Tech Tools Inventory with Elizabeth Cooper Watch the whole show below or HERE Or check out the slides below This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by […]
May 31, 2021 Virtual School EdTech Prep Today I covered the essentials for: This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office. Today I covered the essentials for: Using Tencent Meeting Using Calendly to schedule office hours How to create and share links for office hours and virtual classes.