Tuesday Tech Tips

April 5, 2016 Issue

Upcoming District Training in Seesaw.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Learn all the things your students can do using Seesaw. Whether you are 1:1 or just have a single device in your class, Seesaw organizes your students’ digital work in one place. Students as young as five years of age are able to independently create and organize their work in a digital journal, develop their academic voice, and collaborate with classmates. Teachers are able to collaborate with other classes and share what they are learning through Seesaw's class blogs. Seesaw also facilitates parent communication with real-time notifications, allowing them a glimpse of their child’s day.
Seesaw: The Learning Journal Overview

How do I sign-up?

Log into Eduphoria and sign-up to attend. Only thirty seats available. You don't want to miss this wonderful opportunity.

A special thanks to Mr. Carter for teaching our students about coding.

Mr. Carter has been helping the first and second grade students at Garrett Elementary learn how to code using the Blue-Bot coding device. The students are learning how to problem solve by debugging their Blue-Bot. We can't wait to see what they will do next!

Sign-Up for this month's campus Lunch and Learn and discover how to use all the apps below.

Sheldon Twitter Chat

Thursday, April 7th, 4pm

This is an online event.

Join us for the next Sheldon twitter chat this week! #sisdchat

Stephanie Argueta

Seesaw Ambassador, Nearpod PioNear, Certified Google Educator, and Code.org Facilitator