Carthage ISD Technology Department October 2015
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Digitial Citizenship Week--October 18-24
Teachers, Click here to access the online Common Sense lessons for teaching Digital Citizenship in your class.
Every day, students are tested with each post, search, chat, text message, file download, and profile update. Do they connect with like minds or spill too much information? Do they behave creatively or borrow ideas recklessly? Do they respect relationships or inadvertently damage reputations?
Digital Citizenship Week is a time to engage students, teachers, and families in your community in thinking critically, behaving safely, and participating responsibly online. It's a great time to jump-start, renew, or double down on your school's commitment to engaging students in learning important digital citizenship skills.
FREE TCEA Webinars for October
Get Your Google On Webinars
Lunch & Learn Webinars
Oct. 7--Hour of Code
Oct. 21--Tips and Tricks for MS Office Users
Other Free Webinars
Oct. 6--4pm--6pm--QR Codes and Augmented Reality in the ClassroomOct. 14--4pm--5pm--Technology Application TEKS and You
Annette Johnson--Technology Director
Debby Simpson--Administrative Assistant
Richard Sullivan--Network Administrator
Terry Caudle--Systems Administrator
Mark Baisden--Technology Specialist
Martin Martinez--Technology Specialist
Message from the Director
*TxEIS, txGradebook and/or txConnect (parent portal)--use Mozilla Firefox
*For any TEA application such as TREx, TEAL, PEIMS, etc.--use Internet Explorer
*To look up student passwords--use Internet Explorer
*To update your webpages, since we are using our Google logins--use Chrome
Any time you try a website and you have trouble viewing it, try another browser and see if that corrects the problem.
I hope this is helpful to you. Have a great October!