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Today’s Google Hangouts will be on general technology help. Bring your questions, suggestions, and what has been working (or not) for you! You can join a hangout by computer, tablet, smartphone, or Chromebook. You can also call in on your telephone and hear the audio...
Happy Thursday! Today's Google Hangouts will be on screencasting using Screencastify and an iLearn Q & A. You can join a hangout by computer, tablet, smartphone, or Chromebook. You can also call in on your telephone and hear the audio only. The screencasting...
For those of you in the iLearn hangout, here is the NEW link: meet.google.com/eyd-ygjy-dqu. Fingers crossed this one will work!
I will be hosting two Google Hangouts today in order to assist teachers with Google Classroom and iLearn. You can join by computer, tablet, smartphone, or Chromebook. You can also call in on your telephone and hear the audio only. The Google Classroom Hangout will...
For about the next hour, connectivity to iLearn will be intermittent, due to upgrades on the server. Thank you for your patience while we try to improve your iLearn experience.
While we are working on a unique and personalized learning experience for our staff, if you are struggling or have a quick question about iLearn (Moodle) or Google Classroom, please visit the following sites. They are very helpful and thorough. Click on either image...
For those of you frantically trying to pull things together online for your students, help is here! I am available via email, Google Hangouts, or telephone. If you'd like to reach me by phone, please call my Google Voice number at 313-246-2770. I will do my very best...
For those of you who may require some assistance, guidance, or looking for suggestions while trying to implement a remote learning experience for your students, I will be in my office today from about 10-2. You can teach me at 313-827-7580. Let me know how I can help!...
In light of the current situation, please remember that all district employees have access to a plethora of help sheets through the district shared drive in Google.
In order to efficiently communicate, we have a Remote Learning course set up in MyPD. All teachers and principals should enroll in the course.
For those of you who have taken advantage of our new iLearn plug in, Read Seed, we have created a resource for you to use.
Here are four ideas for unique, student-centered question types to include in your next assessment.
Running records are a valuable tool for monitoring progress and identifying error patterns in student reading. Although it’s often difficult to find the time to take them on a regular basis, teachers using Read Seed in their iLearn courses have additional opportunities to engage in this important practice.
Meet Ashley Apostol, Tech Coach Intern.
In my 23 years of teaching, nothing much surprises me. I feel like there isn't something that is done, said, or asked that I couldn't have predicted. Until now. We opened registration for our Saturdays with Moodle training series on December 19th, around 11:30 am. By...
The Dearborn Public Schools Technology Department is excited to announce a professional development opportunity for teachers: the Saturdays with Moodle series!
Are you looking for something more for your students? Are you interested in changing up your teaching style without a ton of extra work? Do you want someone to help you do all this?
Hi Techies! Head on over to the Dearborn PBL Project page to see some new PBL projects that were developed by the Fall 2019 PBL Cohort. Simply click on the Sample Projects tab at the top and search by grade level.
Keeping track of your students’ reading progress can seem like a full-time job on its own, but for teachers using Read Seed with their iLearn courses there are a few shortcuts that can make things a whole lot easier…
Here’s a link to a fun Thanksgiving writing activity for elementary students.
Often times I am asked how teachers can have students annotate text on a webpage or PDF. And now, I have a definitive answer: Hypothesis.
Technology for Lifelong Learning
- Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity.
- Design and develop digital age learning experiences and assessments.
- Model digital age work and learning.
- Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility.
- Engage in professional growth and leadership.
from Standards for Teachers.