Grantham Digital Learning News
Updates from Instructional Technology in Aldine
Featured Lesson of the WEEK: Who are you ONLINE?
What does it actually mean to "be yourself" or to "be "real"? Those are deep thoughts for any middle-schooler. For kids today, these questions matter online, too. Help your students explore why some people create different or alternate personas for themselves online and on social media.
Students will be able to:
- Reflect on reasons why people might create fake social media accounts.
Identify the possible results of posting from a fake social media account.
Debate the benefits and drawbacks of posting from multiple accounts.
Here's a lesson for InternetSafetyWeek (which just so happens to be this week).
Check it out HERE!
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Prodigy Tournament Updates
INSPIRE Aldine 2019
Please join us on February 21, 2019 - 6:00 pm at the M.O. Campbell-Teaching Theater to hear the inspirational stories of 7 amazing educators.
INSPIRE Aldine is a "TED Talk" type event where nominated Aldine educators are asked to share what drives them to go above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of their students. Please save the date and show your support for our Aldine educators as they INSPIRE all of us.
Aldine ISD Film & Photography Contest
The Aldine ISD Film & Photography Festival will take place on May 3, 2019, at MOC. Click here to learn more and sign up!
- Documentary - Instructional, informative, PSA, etc.
- Narrative - Telling a story, drama, comedy, suspense, etc.
- 60 Second Short - Any video 60 second or shorter video on any topic, including music videos, and book Trailers.
- Broadcast Journalism - A feature story that will be between 2-3 minutes long and will be reviewed based on journalistic criteria. The story should include an interview, b-roll, quality sound, and lighting.
All submissions must be turned in via a YouTube link, using the student or teacher’s YouTube channel by April 5th, 2019.
You read that right, Ruby comes off the road to give us the scoop on Kurzweil 3000. With help from Angel Webb, she shares what Kurzweil 3000 is all about and how to use it.
Need Help with Tech Integration or Training?
Need a one-on-one or small group training? Go to ePortal and request me by email and I'll come help you!
The DLS request is in ePortal and ready for your submissions! If you would like training or help with implementation of a program, or integrating tech within your class/department, request a training via the ePortal link!
Here's a few ideas on training sessions: ActivInspire, BrainPOP, ClassFlow, Eduphoria, eSchool & TAC, Flipgrid, Flocabulary, FrontLine, Google, Google Classroom, Kurzweil, Nearpod, Prodigy, Promethean, Schoology, Service Console, Vocabulary.com...just to name a few!