Tech Tips & Info
- K - Jenn Schiding
- 1 - Michelle Harbold
- 2 - Sarah Bunch
- 3 - Missy Taylor
- 3 - Brooke Lesinski
- 4 - Mark Finn
- 5 - Audra Cabrera
- 6 - Sharon Lytle
- Special Ed - Keri Ei
- Specialists - Wendy Fitzgerald
- Admin - Randy Fox/Mary Dankosky
Sites for student assessment and practice
Kahoot is a great way to assess your students knowledge of a subject in a fun way! This game type assessment allows you to add a video clip for the students to watch, and will give you a print out of student results.
Quizlet's flashcards, tests, and study games make it fun to learn anything. Engage your students with free, powerful study tools that they love.
Students and teachers can document in video and picture format what is being learned to share with parents. Parents can be tagged so they can only see their student's work or it can be shared with a class.
Personalized, standards aligned math and ELA practice for grades K-8.
Web-based program to help students master their basic math facts.
Google Tips and Tricks
Privacy and Sharing
Deleting shared items - if you delete the other collaborators will still have their copies (owners - goes to trash until you permanently delete it - others can make a copy of it while it is in trash, but once it is deleted its totally gone)
If you have a doc and have people “view only” - when you trash it others cannot make a copy when in trash.
- To keep doc more secure, when sharing - go to advanced - check the boxes at the bottom (Prevent editors from changing access and adding new people AND Disable options to download, print, and copy for commenters and viewers)
- Use this Google search to get results from scholarly literature. This would be great for those who need resources for their grad classes as well as those who want to keep up with current trends. Don't forget to add Southern York County School District to your list to keep up with current district information.