The Art of Creating Personalized Learning Environments
FMS Edition - May, 2016
Tablet Collection time is here, and that means I will be pulled to help at other schools. Please remember that I will not be in the building May 11 - 20. I will be available through email, should you need me.
If you have tablet issues, please continue to use the Tablet Trouble Ticket.
May 23 - 6th
May 24 - 7th
May 25 - 8th
Tablets will stay at school as of Monday, May 16. They will need to be charged in homeroom each night.
Please make sure students report lost and damaged tablets immediately!
More information will be given during grade level meetings on May 10.
Exporting Your Amplify Playlilst
Moving Files from the Tablet to OneDrive
When will teachers receive their devices? Early June! Stay tuned for additional info regarding training options for the devices and official pick up dates.
Canvasing Your Class
For those of you who have not attended a session? Why not? You get paid $100 to be here, and you can start creating content for next year. Who doesn't like to be ahead of the game? If you're worried that it's difficult, I can assure you it's not. And I will be here to help you every step of the way - including getting your courses set up over the summer if you need help.
For my third-timers: Bring your materials for next year (or this year) and you have a paid day to just work getting your courses ready.
For Day 2'ers: This will be more self-paced, as you've already got the ground-work. You can go ahead and start getting your courses ready, also.
For Newbies: This will be a step-by-step introduction to Canvas. By the time you leave, you will have a Canvas course shell, with at least some content.
Be sure to click below to register if you haven't already!
EOY Review Resources
Quizlet gets Kahooty
From the Quizlet Blog site: Teachers--are you looking for a fun, engaging game for your classroom where students can learn from each other? That’s why we built Quizlet Live. It’s designed to bring fresh energy into classroom. Teams of students work together, racing to learn the material in a Quizlet study set. Correct answers move teams ahead, but wrong answers send teams back to zero. In order to win, students need to communicate with each other to make sure they pick correctly. Read more here:https://quizlet.com/blog/735.
See the 101 tutorial below!