Bellevue Public Schools, Bellevue, NE
February 9, 2017 Volume 39
Bellevue Public Schools: On the Road to 1:1
Join us for a day of learning on Tuesday, March 14. We will be offering two choices:
Creation in the Classroom
Teaching & Learning with an iPad Garden
Printing Pearson Reading Street and Pearson Math PDFsSome people have had issues with text shrinking while trying to print PDFs from Pearson. Below are two screencasts to show you how to print a PDF from Reading Street.
Leading the Way - Blended Learning in BPS
TT4T News - Episode 7
Blogs to Read
Schoology Blog: Taking Blended Learning Beyond the PDF
TeachThought: How To Never Run Out Of New Ideas As A Teacher
Mickie Mueller: Always More to Do
Technology Tools for Teaching: Five Creation Ideas for Your Classroom
It’s EdCamp Season
It's time for EdCamp Omaha, a free "unconference" where teachers come together for a fun morning of participant-driven sessions and collaborations. Sessions are decided the day of the conference, so come with an idea to present or just be ready to learn and collaborate!
Registration is free, and there are still spots remaining. Register here! EdCamp will take place at Millard West High School on February 25 from 8a.m. - 1p.m.
All educators are welcome. Whether you are a preservice teacher, undergraduate college or high school student interested in teaching, elementary or secondary teacher, an administrator, college professor, or grad student, come join us for a morning of learning, socialization, and even some prizes!
Tweet Time--Tweets From Those You Know
Our Blog is on the Move!
The Tech Trio’s Technology Tools for Teaching blog has moved to a new location! Why is this important? Many of you subscribed to our old blog and will now need to subscribe to our new one. If you haven’t subscribed to our blog make sure to click on the link below and click FOLLOW on the right side of the page. This will send our new blog posts directly to your email to keep you up on all the things happening with technology in Bellevue Public Schools.Click here to access our Technology Tools for Teaching blog!
Hashtags Telling Our Story
One of the most powerful parts of Twitter is the hashtag! It connects people, ideas, and creates communities within Twitter. It is a unique way for our teachers and administrators to share the amazing things happening in our schools, classrooms, clubs, teams and organizations. Our district hashtag, #bpsne, continues to grow and is becoming a powerful tool that we can leverage as a district to connect all of our teachers, students, parents, and community members. We encourage you to continue sharing the great things happening in your classrooms. Here is a list of all of the Bellevue Public School educators on Twitter. Let's create the 2016-2017 Bellevue Public Schools story together!