Tech Tools Tuesday
Our Last Meeting (Tuesday - 12/2/14)
To give you lessons and tools that were already created in SMART, show you how they can be used, how to change them to make them your own, and then use them right away in your classroom.
The Smart lessons/tools listed below were shared at the meeting and emailed to all.
These freebies were sent out via email to you:
- Dice Exercises
- Jeopardy Template
- Classroom Management
- Name Generator
- Name and Group Generator
Smart Board Wiki by Nancy Powell
One of the freebies that I shared with you is the Classroom Management set. Nancy Powell is the creator of this Smart lesson/tool and has a wonderful wiki where she posts a lot of SmartBoard info and help. Here is her wiki site:
No Smart Board or Projector in your Classroom? No worries!!
The mice that we ordered have come in and should have been delivered to all who ordered them.
If you'd like me to help you implement a Smart lesson in your classroom, let me know. I'd love to assist you!
Office 365 Corner
Saving Smart Lessons to your OneDrive
There are a couple of ways to save your favorite Smart lessons for quick access anytime. Flash drives and OneDrive are two of the simplest ways. OneDrive is accessible anywhere you have your laptop, or on any computer as long as you have internet access.
If you choose to save to OneDrive, you may want to consider how you want these files organized. Perhaps creating a folder called Smart Lessons, then creating subfolders for the types of lessons you save (such as Math, Science, etc.) would help in finding your lessons easier. Another consideration - sometimes lessons have strange saved names. You may want to consider renaming them as you are saving.