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    Using Technology to Work Smarter Not Harder Using Technology to Work Smarter Not Harder Presentation Transcript

    • Did You Know 2013 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdvo5FlRqmM
    • Using Technology to Work Smarter not Harder DAVID ADAM @DADAMLTPS ANDREW ZUCKERMAN @AZUCK1 PRESENTATION, NOTES AND CONTACT INFORMATION: HTTP://GOO.GL/EJ4OYL
    • What is your focus? Increasing Student Growth & Development
    • Making the Shift Self Organized Learning Experience
    • Communication ◦Parents ◦ Newsletters ◦ Blogs ◦ Facebook ◦ Auto dialers, etc. Student Council News and Events October 18th - CELEBRITY DAY - Students can dress up as their favorite celebrity. (All behavior and dress should be appropriate and follow all school rules). October 23rd - PINK DAY- Wear pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Now thru November 12th - Homefront Thanksgiving Basket Collection - Here is a link to the items that are needed. Donations can be left outside of room 41. COMING SOON - A page on the LIS PTO website dedicated solely to student council events and activities. Keep your eye out! More information to follow soon! ***We are requesting for 4th grade families to contribute 1 bag of individually wrapped candy.**** Please have your child bring the bag to school marked "4th Grade Fun Fest" and they can be left in the main office. Also if you would like to donate food (cookies, veggie/fruit trays, etc) please let Kim Lehrfeld (kimbo.lehrfeld@gmail.com) know what you are bringing. You can drop items off in the main office on Friday October 18th or bring them with you to the event.
    • Communication ◦Teachers ◦Staff Handbook ◦Grade Level/Department Meetings
    • Communication ◦Students ◦District Google Domain (ltps.info) ◦Assignments ◦Homework ◦Blogs
    • Communication ◦Community ◦ Snipets ◦ Electronic Newsletters ◦ Email Blasts ◦ Local “Patch”
    • Weekly Lesson Plan SGO’s Artifacts Monday Tuesday Observations Wednesday Lesson Plans Thursday Management Topic: Friday Data Learning Intention: SWBAT… CCSS
    • Breaking the Mold for Professional Learning Learning as your schedule permits ◦ Pre-recorded PD ◦ Twitter ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ @web20classroom @edtopia @coolcatteacher @NMHS_Principal @mcpssuper @cybraryman1 ◦ RSS feeds ◦ Free Technology for Teachers www.freetech4teachers.com ◦ Connected Principals- www.connectedprincipals.com ◦ Larry Ferlazzo- www.larryferlazzo.edublogs.org
    • Emergency Management Auto Dialers ◦Emergency call list to staff (Snow Chain) ◦Emergency call list to families ◦E-mail blasts Posting Procedures Electronic Acknowledgements