Sunday, June 30, 2013
I'll be working for five days in July with 30 teachers on some professional development in the area of student learning (and technology.) Many of the things I will be sharing and they will be learning will be unfamiliar in the sense of them using these tools in the classroom.
Part of the resources I'm creating for this event will be an eBook (teachers will be learning to create eBooks too). I'm working on a page describing teacher expectations, which, by the way, I have not shared in this format with my boss, though she may see this now, which is fine.
I would like to see what you think in terms of whether or not I'm on target? Am I off base? Do I need to be more clear, etc.? What do you think?
You can find the draft here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/11NX-7I5xEDfi4IFuIDoNZazHFgDRtnhNk6vHgD5fGgE/edit?usp=sharing
Friday, June 14, 2013
Teachers were very spent by the end of the week, ...
I’d like to thank all the educators that have shared their Google resources online as I borrowed and stole as much I could, with a special shout-out to @ucdjoe :)
In the spirit of sharing, the following are the five Google Docs I used as agendas each day.
Sylvan Getting Googley - Monday
Sylvan Getting Googley - Friday