Instructional Technology Newsletter
October, 2016 - 3rd Edition
Plickers in the Classroom
Learning Commons at West Chatham Elementary
- YouTube Access: Log-in requires district email on YouTube page.
- Chromebook Log-in: Students log-in with district email and password - Teachers log-in with district email and username.
- Join a Cohort: PD at your own pace - in your own space!
IPad Tip #2 - Organizing your Apps
Saving Directly to your Google Drive
Two Screens at Once? - Yes!
With your screens split you can copy and paste from one to the other very quickly using the Ctrl + c (copy) and Ctrl + v (paste).
GoNoodle - Get Moving!
Setting Up for Success
Are you excited about learning new technology tools to use with students or to organize yourself? Do you feel pressed for time when you attend PLC’s, during the school day? Each month, Instructional Technology will offer four topic specific Google Hangouts to help you gain knowledge before or after your school day.
Google Classroom: Are you ready to let your students turn in work paperless? Maybe you haven’t had the available time to get started. This is the Google Hangout for you!
October 6, 2016
8:15-8:45 A.M. or 4:00 P.M-4:30 P.M.
Organizing Digital Content Office 365 Apps
Are you tired of using jump drives, losing important work, or not a fan of Google Apps? This hangout will introduce how to use Microsoft products, in the cloud.
October 20, 2016
8:15-8:45 or 4:00-4:30
Click on the link to sign up for one of these sessions:
CONNECT, LEARN and SHARE
Get involved in the 20 Day Twitter Experiment in our district! Connect with other educators, follow experts, showcase your classroom learning environment. Whether you are new to Twitter or are ready to ignite your account with a spark of encouragement or resources, this 20 Day Experiment is for you. https://www.smore.com/dtugm
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Know Your Instructional Technology Coach!
The Instructional Technology Department is responsible for coordinating, organizing, and facilitating the effective use and integration of technology within the schools in order to increase student performance.
Instructional Technology Coaches
Carol Tarnowski - Library Media Technology Coach
Deborah Hargroves - Media and Broadcast Trainer (part-time)
Vacancy - Media Support Assistant (912) 395-1124
Wendy Marshall - Program Manager