Ms. Molleen Dominguez, Ed Tech enthusiast of the Religious Studies department, is proposing a more efficient distribution of departmental course information through the creation of a dynamic Course Planning Document.
Presentation created by Dr. Laura Ramey What is a HyperDoc? HyperDoc is a term used for an interactive Google Doc that serves as the foundation for a "choose-your-own-story" lesson. Click here to learn more about how you can create your own HyperDoc.
Narrated and recorded by Molleen Dominguez Using the new Google Drive Assignments in Schoology, Molleen Dominguez of the Religion Department shares best practices of what she has learned about providing efficient digital feedback. Here's how you can create Google Drive assignments in Schoology. 0:00-0:15 | How to grade with rubrics with Schoology-Drive Assignments 0:15-1:53 | Schoology/PowerSchool … Continue reading Google Drive Assignment Feedback in Schoology
Created by Thien Pham When it comes to submitting homework assignments, viewing hidden folders, or accessing documents based on completion rules, it can be unclear what a student's view looks like in comparison to what you (as a teacher) sees. Check out this quick tip from Mr. Pham on how to look at Schoology from … Continue reading How to View as a Student in Schoology
Written by: Colette Roche Together we create an ever better O’Dowd. Here are six skills to consider as we work on our curriculum during faculty collaboration. 1. COMMUNICATION It’s hard to collaborate without good communication. Good communication means making assumptions and expectations explicit. It means understanding your role and expressing yourself clearly and respectfully. 2. … Continue reading Six Skills to Enhance Collaboration
At 8AM this morning, I stumbled into Molleen's Christian Morality class with a laptop in one hand and a foggy brain in the other. She began the class, sitting cross-legged on the table, leading the class in a meditative prayer. To my disbelief, chatty students became engaged, relaxed, and focused -- and I, myself, followed her lead … Continue reading Live Formative Assessment and Interaction
On a dreary Wednesday afternoon, I was lazing in the teachers' lounge when a fleeting thought about rubrics bubbled up from the depths of my soul. (Note: this was after I read this article...