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.
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.
Today Rebecca shares another resource you can find on the Library Canvas Page. Also, I will review how you can communicate with parents, students, and teachers using groups in Outlook. NewsBank – Rebecca Email Groups – Lisa Information about Email Groups comes from a prior post on the EdTech Blog: Original Post: Teachers […]
Today’s session contained all things related to PowerSchool. PS Log Entries – if you are having difficulties creating Log Entries in PS, try changing the date/time on your computer to reflect the time at school. What does the Parent, Student View look like in PS? Let’s have a look what they can see.
Today on the NCPA #virtualschool #edtech Briefing we talked about two outstanding tools and how you can give praise in Teams. Mentimeter with Jane Francis NewselaPro with Rebecca Battistoni Give Praise in Teams – Lisa Hughes For questions about any of these tools feel free to reach out to us! Thanks for watching
Today Nate Cooper and Steven Groene were the guests! Here is what they shared: Nate Cooper – Student Engagement: Nate shared several strategies that he uses for student engagement on the macro and micro level. You can access his slides with additional resources like discussion protocols, HERE. Steven Groene – Rewordify.com: A completely FREE tool […]
Todays Topics: Ben Detweiler shares how he is building a strong co-teaching relationship by providing detailed instructions, WeChat messages, using verbal cues, and daily morning and afternoon debriefings. Pat Hughes shares how Twitter has been a valuable resource in growing his #PLN and refining his practice. If you are new to Twitter here are […]
Today we covered the following: Student Engagement – Michael Frels Zoom Recordings –Lisa Hughes Open House Notes– Lisa Hughes **Sidenote – I turned on the captions when Michael was presenting, but it didn’t reflect in the recording. I was able to see them on my screen when he was presenting. If you would like […]
Special Edition for Remote Teachers In todays #edtech Briefing I will walk you through the steps to create a screencast/video for Open House. How to Sign-up for Screencast-O-Matic If you are planning to use this tool one time for your Open House video, you can use the free version. It allows you to create […]