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To wrap up 2016 and look ahead to 2017, share one online "gift" with colleagues in your #INeLearn Community of Practice. It could be a lesson, a resource, a blog post, or anything else you think might be helpful for a peer in your content area or grade level. You can share something you created or that you found and have used.

The 7-12 grade P.E. teacher, at a school where I am the Instructional Coach, has asked me for ideas on ways to incorporate the literacy state standards into his classes. Ideally, he wants the kids to be moving for 30 of the 47 minute class periods. I am reaching out to other P.E. teachers to see how they hit their reading and writing standards while keeping the focus on physical education. 

I am doing research on scheduling options for school. Can you tell me how your school does scheduling (primarily K-6 but any ideas would help)? How many specials do they go to, what are they, how often do they go? Is your school on block scheduling, periods, something else? What about the gifted and talented program, how is it scheduled? Any thoughts, suggestions, ideas, what works, what doesn't would be greatly appreciated.

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We came across this post and wanted to learn your thoughts on the topic. The author believes, "Tech should only be used if it does one or both of the following: 1) It heightens student engagement; and 2) it increases teaching efficiency." With that, he shares his top 10 resources. Is there anything you would add or remove from the list?

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Make sure to visit our webpage where you'll find a holiday message from the Office of eLearning Team! #INeLearn  

If your students have or are planning to create videos, we encourage you to enter them in the joint HSDL Digital Media Festival and the Next Vista Video Contests. The current Next Vista contest wraps up on Dec. 18th. When submitting your entry, just check off that you're an Indiana student and your submission will also go to the HSDL Festival! Learn more about the contest

+Paige Wade and +Josh Blankinship thanks for getting the introductions kicked off for this community. We invite other members to jump in and say hello. And make sure to check out Josh's question about sharing games/units!

My name is Josh Blankinship and I teach PE and Health at Milan MS/HS! Does anyone have any new games/units that they would willing to share?

Hi I am Paige Wade.  I am teaching middle school Physical Education and Health

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What types of alternative assessments are you using to measure students' mastery? This post shares what appears to be an extremely engaging assessment.
Imagine your students giving a TED Talk for their final assessment to a 13-week-long unit. That's what this 7th grade Wellness teacher's students accomplished. 
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