Student Created Movie Projects

  • Description

    Ever wanted to know how to implement movie creation projects into your curriculum. Learn how to use the tools that you have available (Windows Movie Maker, iMovie, and WeVideo) and then learn how to structure a lesson for students to be successful. Participants will leave this session with a fully complete lesson plan for using this in the classroom with students immediately.
     
     
    Intended Audience:
    All K-12 teachers 
     
    Expertise Level:
    Beginning to Advanced (tutorials will be provided for learning new tools)
     
    When:
    Session is offered as an on your own time (asynchronous) course, online via Edmodo beginning April 8, 2014 and closing May 6, 2014. Links for gaining access to the course will be emailed to registered participants before the class begins. 
     
    Location:
    Online via Edmodo (links will be emailed to registered participants and here prior to the course opening). 
     
    Contact:
    Dan Kirkbride
    208-664-8241
     
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Discovery Education Task Builder Tools

  • Description:

    Engage students in multi-media analysis with the tools available in Discovery Education. Learn how to build assignments using content from Discovery Education as well as your own and then assign those to students. Learn the different ways students can access these tasks and complete them, from Kindergarten up to 12th grade. 
     
    Intended Audience:
    All teachers K-12
     
    Expertise Level:
    All levels. Participants need to know how to access their Discovery Education account 
    When:
    Tuesday, April 15, 2014
    4:00-5:00pm
     
    Location:
    Skyway Elementary
    Computer Lab
    6621 Courcelles Parkway
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
     
    Contact:
    Brianne Weinberger
     
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Giving Classroom Assessments via Skyward

  • Description:

    Want to minimize the transfer of grades from paper to the gradebook? Looking for a way to automate in class assessments so that student performance and mastery are the main concerns, not paperwork? This is the session for you! Learn to create assessments in Skyward to give your students that will cut your administrative tasks down and give you time to focus on student performance. 
     
    Intended Audience:
    All K-12 teachers and principals
     
    Expertise Level:
    Basic knowledge of the Skyward grade book system 
     
    When:
    Tuesday, April 22, 2014
    4:00pm 
     
    Location:
    Coeur d'Alene High School
    Room  
    4th Street
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
     
    Contact:
    Tony Carrico
     
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Off the Chain iPad Instruction

  • Description:

    Ever wondered what an iPad could do for you and your instructional practice. Come and learn a few ways you can detach yourself from the computer and become mobile in your classroom teaching. Use proximity even while you are going through your presentation, annotate on important things for students to see, and even project your iPad up onto the screen for students to see.

    Intended Audience:
    K-12 teachers who are interested in using the iPad as a teaching tool. This is meant for teachers who are interested in the power that the iPad gives to a teacher in the classroom and those looking for a refresher on using Doceri and/or AirPlay.
     
    Expertise Level:
    Basic knowledge of the iPad and the iOS 7 operating system.
     
    When:
    Monday, April 28, 2014
    4:00 - 5:00pm 
     
    Location:
    District Office Training Room
    1400 North Northwest Center Court
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
     
    Contact:
    Dan Kirkbride
    Email: dkirkbride@cdaschools.org
     
    REGISTER (registration will open soon) 
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Connecting Idaho Core with Technology

  • Description

    Finding it hard to find the time and the assistance to plan for the Idaho Core and implement the technology requirements that go along with them? Here is your chance. This session’s core objective is to give you time to plan current or future units or lessons that are aligned to the technology standards within the Idaho Core those standards. Bring your ideas and materials to become immersed in an environment where you’ll get the help and support that you are looking for to develop a lesson or unit plan incorporating the relevant technology standards into your everyday classroom activities.
     
    Intended Audience:
    All K-12 teachers
     
    Expertise Level:
    All levels. Participants need basic knowledge of the Idaho Core Standards and their curriculum. 
    When:
    Thursday, April 22, 2014 
    3:45 - 5:15pm
     
    Where:
    Canfield Middle School
    Room 405
    1800 East Dalton Avenue  
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
     
    Contact:
    Bonnie Barber
    bbarber@cdaschools.org
     
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