Now that many of us are back to face to face learning managing student iPads using Apple Classroom is essential. If you have not used Apple Classroom before, check out the quick start guide linked here for a list of Continue reading Changes to Apple Classroom as of February 12, 2021
As of November 30th, WebEx will have enhanced security features. These system enhancements will mean that teachers can avoid unwanted guests and disruptions in their Webex meetings by having their students sign in using “attendee” accounts. The attendee account will Continue reading Making Your Webex Classroom Secure With Student Attendee Accounts
All students in Bend-La Pine have access to YouTube but with various limitations. Students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade have the most strict access settings that are available while students in grades 9-12 are able to get to all Continue reading Approving YouTube Videos For Student Use
There are already several articles in this blog that share ways to use our subscription to Discovery Education with students. Recently, however, Discovery Education has made several changes to its platform to make it relevant and user friendly for remote Continue reading Re-Discover Discovery Education
Some of our most common questions lately have been centered around screen recording. The fact is, there are a lot of screen recording solutions that are useful for teaching. Although it is a great start to be comfortable with just Continue reading Photobooth, Quicktime, Screen Recording Oh My!
Updated 3.31.20 WEBEX Trainings are now by request…Please contact Scott McDonald if you’d like to set one up! Here’s how to join: Click on this link If you have not loaded the WebEx software, you will be asked to complete the Continue reading WebEx Training!
Dear Teachers, In the next few weeks, there will be several things that will be out of our control as professional educators. However, one thing that we can control is our daily schedule. Of course, all of us have a Continue reading If I were in your shoes…from Scott M
Sue Wilhelm teaches art for grades K through 8 at Three Rivers Middle School. Last spring, she applied for an Education Foundation Classroom Impact Grant and received 15 Apple Pencil styluses to use with her students. Mrs. Wilhelm just completed Continue reading Traditional Drawing VS Digital Drawing