Tech Talk Wednesday Recap
Held in Faculty Room during lunch blocks

Includes:
  • The Basics - videos to get you started
  • Teacher's Lounge - Tips and Tricks from other teachers
  • Extra Help - visit the help center
  • Extra Credit - additional Professional Development


New Licensed Tools for 2018-19

WeVideo -  For All Middle School Students

See the Videos below created by Lora for her students on how to use WeVideo:


With new Google Integration feature.  


EdPuzzle School Edition

How EdPuzzle Works:
  1. Search a video from YouTube, upload your own, or re-use a video-lesson created by another teacher.
  2. You can edit the video to make your lesson. Record your voice at any point to make it personal. Hold your students accountable by embedding questions during the video.
  3. Assign that video to your students and check their progress in real time while they learn at their own pace.




New to Google Calendar?


Presentation tool in a timeline format. Can use this “story” format for a variety of projects, assignments or portfolios. Basic level is free and integrates with Google Classroom. If there is enough interest in Sutori an option to upgrade membership is possible. Let me know what you think!




Team based, collaborative review tool.  Join for free!
Never used Quizlet before?  
Check out Quizlet for Teachers to get started!


YouTube Video


Quizizz
Conduct student-paced formative assessments in a fun and engaging way!





Teachers create videos easily with the Screencast-O-Matic!  Try the  Free Version, if it something you want to use contact the Tech Department for the link to sign up for the Deluxe Version which offers various editing tools!

MS and HS Students can use Free Version!