Week 1 Wrap-Up
Best. Summer. Ever
With all changes to summer school, it is imperative that we are gathering feedback from classroom teachers. With one week under your belt, it is now time to be thinking about how you plan to get feedback from staff at your site. It could be a discussion post similar to what Bret and I are using with you or you might choose to create a Google survey and post it under the Feedback button on your site Canvas page. The format does not matter but be sure that you have something in place.
Thank you for your feedback thus far. Keep it coming!
As you see the need for more supplies, please don't hesitate to let me know. I'm happy to deliver them to you.
Don't forget to fill out the drill template (found in Canvas) after each completed drill. You'll want to call SPS Dispatch no more than 30 minutes prior to the fire drills. Please note that an earthquake drill is also listed. The completed template should be sent to Bret, Ann and Tom Tucker at the end of Summer School.
Your Canvas site pages are looking great! Regardless if this is old hat or brand new to you, I appreciate your willingness to stretch yourself and your staff in the use of our learning management system. If you need additional assistance with Canvas or are wondering how to use a specific feature, please let me know. I'm happy to help!
If you're interested in providing resources to your staff, here is a great blog to get you started. #instructionalleadership
Your #challenge: Can you help at least one summer staff member join Twitter?
You could make a quick survey in Canvas to assess who's already plugged in and who needs help. Then, you could publish a list of your staff with their handles (@OfficialSPS) so you can assist in growing everyone's PLN. It's quick, easy and FUN!
Follow me @beckyash1113