What digital resources you can use to support your digital native learner.
Come Learn with your child/ren on Monday October 9, 2017 at 6 pm.
R.S.V.P. to Your 3rd Grade Teacher TODAY!
STUDENT NAME: _________________________________________________ Circle: YES NO
Lisa S. Thoman, Instructional Technology Facilitator
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
Learning Is Not The Same
How does he/she learn?
Transition from 2nd Grade to 3rd Grade
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
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
Introduction to PowerTeacher Gradebook
ALL Work Counts
"Practice makes Perfect"
Benchmarks: i-Ready: ELA & Schoolnet: 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
Creating an account in PowerSchool for PowerTeacher
On Google Chrome or FireFox, go to www.robeson.k12.nc.us/tes
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
PowerTeacher Gradebook and Parent Portal
Destiny and Webpath Express
Coding with Swift Playground
Websites and App's