This professional learning session will include: Understanding Lexia’s blended learning model, Tips & Tricks specific to elementary learners (grade level specific), Highlight product updates, updated levels in Expanded version, Tips & Tricks for distance learning, supporting families and students, Overview Continue reading District PD Series: Kindergarten Lexia
When the district decided to invest in the future of Bend-La Pine education by bringing on a single, powerful Learning Management System for our middle and high schools, it was going to be a gradual process. We’d wade in slowly, Continue reading Canvas? Ready!
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!
The Bend Science Station has been a long-time partner of Bend-La Pine Schools and hundreds of our students attend their workshops and classes every year. Unfortunately, during the Covid-19 crisis the Bend Science Station has had to suspend programming. But Continue reading #StayAtHomeSTEM from the Bend Science Station
The following information was just added to our Lexia Learning page linked from Remote Learning Professional Development Lexia has many resources available to help both staff and parents better understand the program. For staff, once you are logged into the Continue reading Lexia/Power Up Updates
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, It has been 24 years since I had my own classroom (and remember it fondly!) and much has changed in how teaching is delivered. However, there are some things that I believe are essential for any teacher to Continue reading If I were in your shoes…from Jim B
Dear Teachers, Wow! What a challenge. I know you have a huge job in front of you and that we’re just giving you lots more to think about with all of these resources and links. If I were in your Continue reading If I were in your shoes… from Amy T