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WiRED to Think

A Toolkit for 3rd Grade Parents

Tracking Your Student's Grades * Library Cards - Then & Now * What is Read to Achieve?
WiRED to Think


A Toolkit for 3rd Grade Parents
Tracking Your Student's Grades * Library Cards - Then & Now * What is Read to Achieve?

Lead Contributor

Lisa S. Thoman, Instructional Technology Facilitator


Contributors

Melissa Cox, 3rd Grade Teacher

Erin Futrell, 3rd Grade Teacher

Mary Godrey, Music Education/Webmaster

Cynthia Hammonds, Media and Library

Vanessa Hunt, 3rd Grade Teacher

Rebecca Privette, 3rd Grade Teacher

Joanna Hunt, Elementary Principal


Dr. Robert Locklear, Assistant Superintendent of CIA

Introduction...................................................................................................................................1

Learning Is Not The Same

Digital Natives

Chapter 1: Your Child Counts

How does he/she learn?

Transition from 2nd Grade to 3rd Grade

Chapter 2: Google It!

Gmail: Logging into email

Drive: No more flash drives, safe it in the cloud with Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings)

Google Docs Add-On Apps: Pixabay Free Images, Thesaurus, Translate

Google Sheets Add-On Apps: Flippity, Flubaroo

Google Classroom

Chapter 3: Library Cards, Then & Now

Remember when we used a card catalog?

Destiny, our digital card catalog, Follett E-readers & WebPath Express

Accelerated Reader (AR) & Star Reading

School Website & Symbaloo's

Chapter 4: Tracking Your Child/ren Grades

Introduction to PowerTeacher Gradebook

ALL Work Counts

"Practice makes Perfect"

Chapter 5: What is Read to Achieve?

Benchmarks:  i-Ready: ELASchoolnet: Math 

     Oct. 30 - Nov. 3, 2017; Jan. 29 - Feb. 2, 2018; March 19-23, 2018

mClass - Reading 3D & TRC Questions

     Beginning of Year starts September 2017 

     Middle of Year starts January 2017

     End of Year starts May 2018

Read to Achieve (RtA) Benchmark is October 31, 2017 &  Test is June 5, 2018

Contents

Introduction
Learning is Not the Same
What Every Parent Needs to Know About Their Digital Native!
Chapter 1 - Your Child Counts
How does he/she learn? A Transition from 2nd Grade to 3rd Grade
Chapter 2 - Google It!
G Suite for Student Collaboration
Chapter 3 - Library Cards, Then & Now

Creating an account in PowerSchool for PowerTeacher

On Google Chrome or FireFox, go to www.robeson.k12.nc.us/tes


Chapter 4 - Tracking Your Child/ren Grades
Introduction to PowerTeacher
ALL Work Counts
"Practice Makes Perfect"
Chapter 5 - What is the EOG?

Walker, T. (2017, August 02). As More Schools Look to Personalized Learning, Teaching May About to Change. Retrieved September 22, 2017, from http://neatoday.org/2017/06/09/personalized-learning/


Strauss, V. (2015, November 24). How ‘twisted’ early childhood education has become — from a child development expert. Retrieved September 22, 2017, from https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2015/11/24/how-twisted-early-childhood-education-has-become-from-a-child-development-expert/?utm_term=.ed33e5f17de4


Strauss, V. (2017, June 22). Analysis | New study backs academic rigor for preschoolers. Oh, please. Retrieved September 22, 2017, from https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2017/06/22/new-study-backs-academic-rigor-for-preschoolers-oh-please/?utm_term=.295e363adafc

References

Classroom Resources

PowerTeacher Gradebook and Parent Portal

Google Suite

  1. Student Email
  2. Google Drive: Docs, Sheets and Slides
  3. Google Classroom
  4. Google Forms/Assessments
  5. Google and Flippity 

Destiny and Webpath Express

Coding with Swift Playground

Websites and App's