January Instructional Technology
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Registration for February's Digital Days training is coming soon. Be on the look for an email. There is one major change this time. All Digital Days trainings will be targeted to a specific range of instructional technology levels. Your level was determined by the district instructional technology assessment where you self-assessed your skills. These levels will be emailed out prior to registration. Each class description states the targeted level for that class.
Mark your calendar... Febuary 18 is the next Digital Days training.
Check out these tech tools to help you keep parents informed of what and how their child is doing in your class.
This tool is free and easy to use. It allows you to send text messages to parents without giving out your cell phone number.
Did you know that you can set parents up to recieve emails informing them of how their child did on their AR quiz? This tool provides instant feedback to parents. It is available for Accelerated Reader, Accelerated Math and Math Facts in a Flash.
You can have parents set up an account to be involved with their child's acedmic journey. Click the link above to read tips for parent Edmodo accounts.
Home Connect for Renaissance Place
Newton-Conover City Schools
Instructional Technology/ Staff Development Coordinator
Remember all NCCS certified staff
must attend 4 Digital Days classes.
100th Day of School activites
captured on a Pinterest Board
January and February Scholastic
Resources for Elementary Teachers
Black History Month Non-Fiction
Passages and Questions
The Classroom Newspaper -
Google Docs Style
Mrs. Parker's 4th grade class Skyped with
Olympic athlete, Erin Hamlin through the
Classroom Champion program.
Parent Communication Tech Tools