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Welcome to day 3 of the Virtual Summer Learning Event. All sessions for today are listed below. Feel free to watch the ones that interest you and share the links with anyone you know. We hope you find something you can use when we get back to school. If you missed Matt Miller's sessions Wednesday or the recorded ones yesterday, be sure to click the link to the right (computer) or below (on your phone) to catch up on what has been shared via the recorded videos on the pages.
CPE Credit Request Information
CPE credit will be granted for "attending" the virtual event sessions from July 15th - 17th only if you complete this tracker form and submit it through Eduphoria. While some sessions are less than 1 hour in time, we expect you will take time to practice or explore the things you learned about in the session, so all sessions receive 1 hour credit.
Virtual Learning Event CPE Tracker
Virtual Learning Event - July 15th Matt Miller Session Recordings
Virtual Learing Event - July 16th Recorded Sessions
Instructional Technology & Innovation
Summer Learning News
Instructional Technology Videos
A Practical Guide to Trauma Informed Instruction
Lisa Lantz - SSISD Counselor
Session PowerPoint Slide Deck
Choice Menus: Learn it Your Way
Jeni Long and Sallee Clark - Eagle Mountain Saginaw Instructional Technology Trainers
Learn about 3 ways to design choice menus
Session Slide Deck
Students Use Wakelet to Curate
Tisha Poncio - CISD Digital Learning Specialist
Learn about the many ways Tisha and her students use Wakelet, the ultimate content curation tool. From links, to PDF's, images, YouTube videos, text, Flipgrid, and OneDrive files your students can make collections for all sorts of activities. Tisha shares her favorite uses for this great tool.
Follow Tisha on Wakelet
A Spark in the Digital World
Shelby Gibson - SSISD Library Media Specialist
Adobe Spark allows you to digitally share your curriculum with your students in a visually engaging way. Creatively share information for a lesson at school or at home. No design experience needed! SSISD has provided every educator to have access to Adobe Spark for Education.
Session Smore Page
Research in Elementary? Yes They Can!
Janelle Safford - SSISD Innovative Learning Specialist
Students should be allowed to make choice about what they seek to learn and to think creatively about the topics they are learning about. Focus on student understandings about a topic rather than simply the act of "doing research." This session covers both topics and more.
Breaking Down the 4 C's - Part 2 - Collaboration
Janelle Safford, Alyssa Butler, Christi Hartsell - SSISD Innovative Learning Specialists
Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Creativity are essential to 21st century learning and preparing kids for their future. Explore how to use the tools teachers and students have available within the district to build these skills and create student centered learning activities.
They're Bigger on the Inside: Traveling Through Time and Space to Revisit Hyperdocs
Lydia Croupe - Richardson ISD - Instructional Technology
Lydia creatively uses the Genial.ly web tool to walk you through information about hyperdocs using various sources. This creative use of guiding learning while still allowing for individual pace is valuable.
Live Link to Session In It's Own Page
Rubrics are SWEET!
Lydia creatively uses the Genial.ly web tool to walk you through information about using Rubrics. Follow the path by clicking on Start Here and move on to the images along the way to access the content. Satisfy that sweet tooth today, don't delay.
Choose Your Own PD
Lisa Pogue - Royse City ISD - Instructional Design Coach
Explore various training options like digital choice boards, hyperdocs, Adobe Spark, and others. Or better yet, choose them all as you have time and experience a concept you can use with your own students as they explore content from your class this Fall.
The mission of the Sulphur Springs Independent School District is to provide students with the skills that will prepare them to adapt and excel in a fast-changing world, enabling them to lead productive lives. The district shares with parents and the community the responsibility of promoting high standards and expectations as we provide opportunities for all students within our diverse community to attain personal growth and to become lifelong learners.
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