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Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Technology in the Classroom

Our Nov. 1 staff development will focus on demonstrations of technology in the classroom and completing our 2nd project for Level 1 Test Out. Please read the comments to find out more about the presentations being offered.

Please Click here to take our survey to help us detemine which presentations you would most like to see.

Here are the current PLC groups for the afternoon of Nov. 1
Nov. PLCs
1. Maggie
2. Terri
3. Ila
4. Kristin Guy
5. Lucia
6. Carol G
7. Nancy D.

1. Pina
2. Maria
3. Peggy
4. Elisa
5. Andrea
6. Susan
7. Carol S.

1. Rebecca
2. Francine
3. Kristin Fredrikkson
4. Wolf
5. Lauren

1. Jang
2. Theresa
3. Michelle
4. Stephanie
5. Cara

1. Carmen
2. Carly
3. Ordaz
4. Kelly


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Movie Makers
Think you can act? Not to fear, let your students do the acting, and you take the movies! During my class, let's learn to download and create student movies, et al.
Presenter: Marcia

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Catch A Wave of Websites When You Surf the Web!

Learn about fun on-line games that will engage and motivate your students to learn skills in language arts and math. Integrate technology into your daily centers with these fun websites that support the standards.

Presented by CC Ordaz

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mobile Lab Training
Conquer your fear! Come learn how the mobile labs work. We'll give you tips on how to train your students to take care of the ibooks, ideas to use with the carts, and you'll learn how to use ARD to copy templates to each child's computer. Good for using the regular lab too!
Presented by Eva

4:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Universal Access
Use online resources to plan for this 30 min block of differentiated instruction. We'll help you navigate the sites and keep everything organized so you only have to plan once.
presented by Eva

4:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Handwriting without Tears
Learn about the HWT philosophy and purpose. Get some hands on ideas to start your writing instruction tomorrow! We will talk about what works and what doesn't and about why we must TEACH writing.

10:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

KidPix Centers and Slide Shows
Come and see how you can use Kid Pix in the classroom as a publishing tool. See how you can take your student’s writing, publish it on Kid Pix, make a slide show, make print outs for a student book or for a classroom book. We will also look at ways you can use Kid Pix to enhance digital photos.

10:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come and discover terrific ideas using powerpoint slides that help your students practice their skills independently or whole class on your classroom computer!

Presenter: Carmen

4:11 PM  

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