Transcript: Insert pictures or videos Insert photos or videos Curriculum Highlights Example: Units of study, projects Welcome to Grade XXX! My name is XXX. I am the Grade 3 teacher. (Insert Why Nashoba Brooks?)
Transcript: Welcome to 2nd Grade! Ms. Burse Graduated from LaCrosse Degree in Elementary Education and a minor in math Wanted to teach because of a passion for children Moved to Cameron with my baby Lunch- 11:30 Join Us! Helping Hands Program Components: Student reference book math journal games home links (homework) Students develop writing strategies and skills, learn about the writer’s craft, and use writing as a tool for learning and communication. Questions? Fountas, I. C. & Pinnell, G.S. (2006). Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency K-8: Thinking, Talking, and Writing About Reading. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Fountas, I.C. & Pinnell, G.S. (2000). Guiding Readers and Writers (Grades 3-6) Teaching Comprehension, Genre, and Content Literacy. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Becoming a confident problem solver Independent Reading Students read a variety of teacher selected texts that match their reading level They make personal and textual connections Students learn effective comprehending strategies and decoding skills Becomming fluent in basic facts developmentally appropiate hands on learning self-paced Social Studies Parent Support Communicating through symbols, models, graphs, and language Students read a variety of self-selected texts for an extended period of time They construct meaning and make personal and textual connections Everyday Math Fountas and Pinnell, Word Matters, pg. 87) Fountas, I. C. & Pinnell, G.S. (2006). Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency K-8: Thinking, Talking, and Writing About Reading. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Fountas, I.C. & Pinnell, G.S. (2000). Guiding Readers and Writers (Grades 3-6) Teaching Comprehension, Genre, and Content Literacy. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Guided Reading Learning concepts beyond computation Word Work Connecting math and other subjects Fountas, I. C. & Pinnell, G.S. (2006). Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency K-8: Thinking, Talking, and Writing About Reading. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Fountas, I.C. & Pinnell, G.S. (2000). Guiding Readers and Writers (Grades 3-6) Teaching Comprehension, Genre, and Content Literacy. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Learning to reason mathematically Our Government and community Community Mapping World CUlture Famous US Citizens Economics Writing Workshop Provide a time and place to do homework Check homework assignments - help children with mistakes Read nightly Return papers as requested Animal Groups Balance and Motion Air and Weather New Plants Return your complete purple volunteer form. We're happy to have your support. Science
Transcript: Free & Open Source Software Presented byAna Corujo Education Technology Fall 2017 Open Education Source Open Education Source Free accessible Legally recognized as open source software resources. Used for teaching, learning & researching. What is Free ? What is Free ? Free Software and open software represent different names to look at same thing. It is the users freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. No need to obtain license to use this type of software. May have to pay for services related to the software - training, customization, installation, set up, or distribution. What is not free? What is not free? Some softwares include open source components but the product is not available under an open source license. (Twitter or Facebook) Even if you can install or use a program free, does not mean it is defined as free software. Schools can use certain programs free but businesses must pay to use or sell it. Violates "the freedom to run the program for any purpose" Open Standards or file types that allow exchange of data. Schools & Open Source Software Schools & Open Source Software With Lower cost hardware schools are able to obtain more hardware/software for 1:1 ratio of student to computer. Schools use more of Moodle, Lirbeoffice & Thinclient due to more simplicity and cost effectivness. Rely on its IT staff to implement free & open source solutions. What are schools doing with free and open source software? NEXT STEPS NEXT STEPS Plan - Increase effectivness of OER by including IT Staff,vendors, teachers, and students. Training and pilot testing is key to transition tech deployments. Hire those with open source software familiarity Shop prospective vendors and clarify intentions. Begin implemeting with low risk softwares/projects. Administrators Next Steps with OER Site Example Site Example Net Texts - http://www.net-texts.com/ APP similiar to iTunesU Can be used on iOS or Android. Allows teachers to post content from their system directly to students. Students can use offline Replaces expensive printed textboks Faciliates distribution Can customize to teachers needs or standards.
Transcript: Sustainability Ceiling Fans Awnings Active Solar Heating Alice Springs - Weather Average Summer temperatures 20°C - 35°C Average Winter temperatures 3°C –20°C Rainfall varies from year to year Environmental Hazard - Bush fires, higher risks in late spring and summer Insulation: Reflective Insulation Sustainable Features Why is it important? There is a lot of environmental issues today so we have to do our best to preserve it for future generations and ourselves Heating & Cooling Power:Solar Shingles Sustainable Features What is it? Sustainability is maintaining the conditions under which humans and nature can co-exist effectively House Template Walls: Clay Bricks Foundation: Rammed Earth Building Materials Location 2nd Floor Door Hallway 1st Floor
Transcript: Animate Transition Between Slides By: Scott Black search image and press enter 2 Choose a Theme Save PowerPoint Presentation 2 Choose Presentation Template Creating the Presentation Add Title and Text 2 Select Image 1 1 This will become your main screen. The presentation alone will be what your viewers see. A Preview Presentation 1 Add a Slide Insert Image PowerPoint Tutorial 3 1 Click to Open 3 1 Open PowerPoint 1 2 B 2 2 Select a location and save 2 4 Repeat step 2 & 3 for remaining slides 1 Add Online Image
Transcript: “We struggle to hire or keep the best people” “We need to fundamentally improve audit quality and value” Why trust us? “My audit budget is finite, yet I am expected to increase coverage” “We need to better understand risk” What is data analytics? Why is that our point-of-view? 85% Data analytics are important to strengthening audit coverage It's what we're hearing... Data Analytics for Internal Audit 81% Data analytics are important to improving the quantification of issues 74% Data analytics are important to gaining a better understanding of risks
Transcript: 6th Grade Language Arts Grading Class- work Accelerated Reader (AR) Monitor your child's AR progress from home. Look up reading levels and interest levels. Both links on Media Center page on TMS website. AR 50% Tests (cc) photo by tudor on Flickr AR Bookfinder AR Home Connect Home Practice 15% (cc) photo by twicepix on Flickr 10% 25%
Transcript: SUPPORTING COMMUNICATION AT HOME Accommodations Accommodations Minimize Distractions Close Proximity Physical Environment Wait Time Language Expressive Language Sign Language Spoken English Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Gestures Pointing Modes of Expression Language Opportunities Temptations Choices Commenting Daily Routines Incidental Learning Receptive Language Receptive Language Following Directions Story Comprehension "Wh" Questions Yes/No Questions "Wh" Questions How can we categorize "Wh" Questions? Where Why Who What When Person/Animal "What is this?" "Whose house are we going to?" Thing/Action "Why do we need an umbrella today?" "When are we going to grandma's house? "where do we put your socks?" "What do we need to eat our cereal?" "What is your brother doing?" "Who did you play with at school today?" Place "Where should we eat lunch?" Time/Sequence of Events Reason/Explanation "When do we add the milk?" "Why are you sad?" We ask so many different kinds of questions every single day! Home Activities Books Cooking Play Community Outings Language is Everywhere! Follow-Up Survey
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