Bi-Monthly Tech Tips
Technology tips you will find helpful in the classroom
Tuesday June 9th Haiku "Show and Tell" Afternoon
On Tuesday June 9th, NDPMA grades 6-12 will be hosting a Haiku "Show and Tell" Professional Development afternoon required for all teacher's. This afternoon is time dedicated to get ideas and be inspired about ways you can to use Haiku in the classroom next year. There is a total of three sessions, each session is 40 minutes long. In the sessions, teacher's who have used specific tools in Haiku this year will share with others what they have done. Please Sign up by Friday June 5th for sessions you are interested in. Below is the link to sign up for sessions.
Screencast about Closing Classes in Haiku and Saving Content for Next Year
Closing Classes in Haiku and Saving Content for Next Year
Ideas for your Haiku Pages next year
Some additional pages you might want consider adding to your Haiku pages for next year include...
- Emergency Lesson Plan Page
- Snow Day Page
- Field Trip Page
The End of the School Year is Almost Here!
The school year is almost over and I wanted to share some ideas to get you thinking about how you are going to be using technology in your classroom for next year.
- Haiku was introduced this year, what are some ways you would like to expand and/or change your use of Haiku for your classes next year?
- How are you networking (ie: "Twitter," "Google + Communities," "Attending Conferences," working with me, etc) to build your knowledge and get ideas about using more technology in the classroom next year?
- Is there a unit that you have done with your class where you would like to use more purposeful integration of the device and for students to use higher order thinking skills? When you think about your goals for next year, I would love to help you use more technology in the classroom. I am available to sit down with you one-on-one, demo a technology tool to your students or observe you teaching a lesson and give some tech pointers. Feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org