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and do "back to school" in style.
Pages and Files
A Plus SMARTBoard Tips
Bret Gensburg's workshop unfrosted cookies
CLC at Ross
eLearning point people in buildings
eTech Website Links
Kindergarten is different
On-line Textbook Links
Race to the Top RttT
RTI -Response to Intervention
SMARTboard Notebook Software lessons
SMARTboard On-Line User Manuals
SMARTresponse clicker tutorials
Social Studies Savorings
Special for Primary K-2
Technology Terms and Resources
Using YouTube-The Directions
Wellness & Physical Education
Wikified Webquest redux
Please participate in a self-driven technology exploration.
Below are some suggestions to get you started.
There are point people in each building to assist you. Click on the page titled eLearning point people to see a list of these teachers names.
Our WIKI is public for all guests to share
and collaborate ideas.
Would you like to upload to the WIKI site, but are not sure how?
Please follow the directions in the attached file.
how to upload to fremont wiki.pdf
upload to wiki directions.notebook
(same directions...first is .pdf file, second is a notebook file)
Feel free to click on a discussion tab on any
page to add your comments. To add comments you must have a wikispaces account. If you participated on PD Day in February 2010, you would have created an account at that time. It was suggested that you use
last name, first name as your username.
Options to explore:
Surf the Fremont City Schools WIKI site visiting pages on the right.
Note: One of these pages contains On-line Textbook links
2. Investigate SMART ideas software by creating a concept web for a topic not yet taught in your class.
Bret Gensburg illustrated this concept web software on our opening PD Day.
The SMART ideas software is an icon on your desktop.
Here is an icon reference sheet for SMART ideas icons to help you.
Click this link to guide you in creating your concept web.
Note: Teachers are having problems creating concept webs at the SMARTboard due to ink layers. You can create on your computer. The tech department is aware of this issue and is working to resolve this.
3. Create a SMART notebook lesson by c
licking on the SMART notebook icon on your desktop to create a lesson for your class.
A hands-on tutorial is provided as a reference for you
Click the page on the right entitled SMART notebook software lessons to view
lessons that Fremont teachers have shared.
4. Update your Progress Book teacher home pages with links and attachments.
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"