@odowddragons Ed Tech Reps, Ms. Yeh and Ms. Rusche partnered up this month to explore and share some of the various ways they have been effectively using Schoology.
Teaching in a school that has a 1:1 laptop program poses its own unique challenges, not to mention a classroom of non-homogeneous operating systems (i.e. some students have Macs and some have Windows). While each type of system essentially completes similar tasks, each may have its own method of navigation, keyboard shortcuts, settings and more. … Continue reading T3 August: Mac vs. Windows
Responses provided by Dr. Zach Polsky & Karen Proehl What kind of PD did you attend? Zach: The sample curricula we [Zach, Karen, and Willie] got showed us how to do a whole unit on each of the six key themes that make up the overarching content of the AP French exam, including exercises ranging … Continue reading Summer Teacher Feature: Polsky, Proehl, Van Doren
Responses contributed by Colette, Gavin, and Stephanie What kind of workshops did you attend? We each attended different Educational Technology conferences: PowerSchool User Group, Schoology NEXT, and ISTE (International Society of Technology in Education). What are some of the overarching themes/lessons/topics of your workshop? The workshops that we attended were selected with our teachers' … Continue reading Summer Teacher Feature: Hwang, Maeda, Roche
Responses provided by Liz Remigio & Jay Beito What kind of workshop did you attend? We [Liz Remigio, Jay Beito, and Mary Hicken] attended the Skillful Teaching Workshop in San Francisco as a team, which allowed us to collaborate during the sessions and to synthesize the content together at the end of the day. Engaging … Continue reading Summer Teacher Feature: Beito, Hicken, & Remigio