It’s all about getting started! Where do I start? In hindsight, I started with the two words located on the Wood County Schools Innovate website, “Be Inspired!” With every student and teacher in Wood County Schools receiving their own iPad, I knew I needed to be aware of all the opportunities with 1:1 devices. I attended some classes during Tech Week in July. I was … Continue reading Inspired!
Student portfolios, formative insights and family communication all in one place. That’s Seesaw! Stephanie Agee, Library Media Specialist at Emerson Elementary School, helps you learn to use Seesaw to gain insights into your students’ learning, engage families in conversation, and give students a sense of ownership over their work. Get started with Seesaw! Continue reading Seesaw Provides Student e-Portfolio
In Apple’s latest software update for iOS and iPadOS, the accessibility options were moved to the main root menu in the settings app. The options were previously located in settings under the ‘general’ options. Educators and students needing accessibility features for low vision will find new options and some options that have been retitled. For instance, ‘Spoken Content’ is now used in place of ‘Speech.’ … Continue reading New Accessibility Options for Low Vision
According to Mindset Scholars Network, a growth mindset is the belief that intelligence can be developed. Students with a growth mindset understand they can get smarter through hard work, the use of effective strategies, and help from others when needed. It is contrasted with a fixed mindset: the belief that intelligence is a fixed trait that is set in stone at birth. As educators, how … Continue reading How do your students view learning?