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See my latest blog post on EdTechTeam's CheckMark Extension.

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RISTE 2017 Summer Institute
Ferri Middle School
10 Memorial Avenue Johnston, RI

Session #1 July 17-19
Session #2 Aug 16-18

Stretch your technology muscles this summer!

RISTE Education Summer Institute......learn to communicate, collaborate, and create content all in one place with colleagues from around Rhode Island.

Join educators to share and learn digital skills to personalize learning for your students.

Sessions will be facilitated by educators implementing technology in their classrooms.

Participants will learn how G-Suite and other tech tools are used in schools across Rhode Island and how to leverage those tools in their own schools.

Topics will include....

G-Suite Tools:
Calendar & Email, Drive & Docs, Classroom, Slides, and Draw

Google Gab

Playlist Creation

HyperDocs

Formative Assessment

Website Design

Creating Videos/Screencastify

Digital Citizenship

Digital Notebooks

Device Management

Blogging

SAMR Model

MakerSpaces/STEM/ CS

Student Engagement Activities (Math Snaps & Book Snaps & Digital Breakout EDU)


For more information and online registration:
RISTE - Home
RISTE - Home
ri-iste.org

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Please share this info!

RISTE 2017 Summer Institute
Ferri Middle School
10 Memorial Avenue Johnston, RI

Session #1 July 17-19
Session #2 Aug 16-18

Stretch your technology muscles this summer!

RISTE Education Summer Institute......learn to communicate, collaborate, and create content all in one place with colleagues from around Rhode Island.

Join educators to share and learn digital skills to personalize learning for your students.

Sessions will be facilitated by educators implementing technology in their classrooms.

Participants will learn how G-Suite and other tech tools are used in schools across Rhode Island and how to leverage those tools in their own schools.

Topics will include....

G-Suite Tools:
Calendar & Email, Drive & Docs, Classroom, Slides, and Draw

Google Gab

Playlist Creation

HyperDocs

Formative Assessment

Website Design

Creating Videos/Screencastify

Digital Citizenship

Digital Notebooks

Device Management

Blogging

SAMR Model

MakerSpaces/STEM/ CS

Student Engagement Activities (Math Snaps & Book Snaps & Digital Breakout EDU)


For more information and online registration:
RISTE - Home
RISTE - Home
ri-iste.org

I'm looking for Social Media Policies from local schools/districts. What are the critical elements? Do they differentiate between students and staff?

I'd appreciate links to good examples.

Thanks!

I'm looking for Social Media Policies from local schools/districts. What are the critical elements? Do they differentiate between students and staff?

I'd appreciate links to good examples.

Thanks!

Do other 1:1 districts collect the devices from their students for summer storage? If so, how do you go about it? We've heard that districts who don't collect them have to repair about 20% of them after the summer break, leading to delays in instruction while screens, keyboards, etc. are being fixed. This is our first full year of 1:1 Chromebooks in Grades 1-12 for roughly 4,400 students. We have at least 3,000 devices that go home daily with our Gr. 4-12 students. Our quandary is should we collect them before summer vacation and if we do, where do we put them?

Do other 1:1 districts collect the devices from their students for summer storage? If so, how do you go about it? We've heard that districts who don't collect them have to repair about 20% of them after the summer break, leading to delays in instruction while screens, keyboards, etc. are being fixed. This is our first full year of 1:1 Chromebooks in Grades 1-12 for roughly 4,400 students. We have at least 3,000 devices that go home daily with our Gr. 4-12 students. Our quandary is should we collect them before summer vacation and if we do, where do we put them?

Thanks for your advice!

Since rolling out our 1:1 program this year we have received many requests from teachers and parents to block specific games, messaging sites, etc. We do have all of the mandatory filters in place. The requests tend to be for sites that are distracting and/or annoying. We've been handling these on a case-by-case basis so far but as the number of requests mounts and more and more new sites pop up, I wonder how other districts handle this.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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I just stumbled upon this. It looks like a great add-on for sorting within Google Docs!
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