Headers and Footers - the way you want them One of your biggest requests (especially those of you who use Docs to write academic papers) is to be able to customize how headers and footers appear on the first pages of your documents.
With today’s updates, you can now use different headers and footers on the first pages of your documents, which comes in handy for: > Following academic formatting guidelines (e.g. MLA, CMS, APA) > Starting page numbering on the second page > Making a title page without headers or footers
After inserting a header or footer in your document you’ll see a new checkbox--just tick it and you’ll be able to set a different header and footer on the first page.
There’s also a new Insert > Page Number menu that lets you customize how and where you start your page numbers--like on the bottom of the second page, for example.
How common is it for a student's GAFE account to become "corrupt?" One of my IT folks has said it's impossible for him to repair a student's account. If that is true, can we just get them another account?
Boom! Google Classroom users can now quickly add *co-teachers* to assignments they "ingest" (slurp, yum... burp) through Doctopus. Beyond the newfound glories of seamless co-teaching, why might you ingest your Classroom assignment with Doctopus?
- Gain access to the Goobric web app for a superior in-browser, rubric-based grading workflow that doesn't compromise rich, real-time feedback for simplicity. Now with audio comments. Once you go Goobric you'll never go back. - Gather live analytics on student progress within their assignments -- everything from word count to number of revisions and comments pulls back to the Doctopus roster sheet. - Bulk send merged (a.k.a personalized) feedback emails to students right from your grading sheet.
The winner or alternate for their classroom geography bee have moved on to the next level of competition. Grades 5-8 will compete in our school bee on January 29, 2015, at the Clintonville Middle School Library at 1:25 p.m. We hope that you enjoy attending virtually.
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Legal Aspects of Education (EDUL-638-002)
Politics of Education (EDUL-637-002)
Principalship II Organizational Management (EDUL-636-002)
Leadership Assessment (EDUL-634-002)
Human Resources Development (EDUL-639-002)
Practicum in Educational Leadership (EDUL-767-002)
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
MSE: Educational Leadership, 1995 - 1997
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
BSE: English; Speech Communications, 9 - 12
It's NOT about the technology!
Jeff See will step into an administrative role beginning with the 2014-2015 school year. He will serve as Associate Principal/Program Director at Clintonville Middle School.
Previously, Jeff taught English at Oshkosh West High School for 19 years and earned his principal license in 2013. Jeff serves served on various committees focused on technology integration and community outreach. These included: OASD District Technology Team, Technology Professional Learning Team, OASD Referendum For Learning Site Team, and more. Jeff desires to lead transformational change of education and has presented at WTI's Fall Conference and SLATE.
I own eight grills and smokers.
Middle School Associate Principal, Clintonville Middle School