Engaging students through video sounds so simple, doesn’t it? That is until you think about the actual making of the video. Now you have to come up with the content and how you’re going to deliver it. What tools are Continue reading Engaging Students Through Video
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!
Limit the number of messages going out. A weekly summary of class lessons, assignments, etc. is better than a daily notice. Consider a calendar presentation, showing just what is expected when. Include all needed links on messages and assignment directions. Continue reading Communication and Remote Learning: Best Practices
Teams is a collaboration tool by Microsoft. It can be used for group chat, individual chat, file sharing, screen sharing and more. Since Teams is integrated with Microsoft 365, every Bend-La Pine Schools staff already has access to use it. Continue reading Microsoft Teams Collaboration
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
We recently removed the Padlet application from student iPads. However, that does not mean that you should stop using Padlet! In fact, if you have not made a Padlet Wall before, you should give it a shot. Padlets are a Continue reading Using Padlet In Your Classroom
February is Black History Month and there are many ways to recognize it. One of my favorites, I realize this might come as a surprise to you, is books. I know, crazy right? We have curated some collections for Black Continue reading Black History Month