Tuesday, 20 May 2014

What Stuck With You Today? Room 209 Moms and Dads?!

What's your name?What stuck with you today?What can Shauna do to make this session better in the future?Anything else you'd like to share?
Alejlots of new to me uses for computers/cromebooksslow downgreat to get to know what our kiddies are doing with tech
yvonnethe kids need to know how to type
and i dont know how to get this working from time to time at home
AndersHow it enables the students to work independently but still allowing the teacher to track what they are doing
ElizabethThe tracking charts are amazing to help kids stay organized and on track.You could have the students introduce some of the topics.Thank you so much, Shauna, for the taking this time to uncover the mysteries of Chromebooks!
JenOie! Where to begin?!! This is all so overwhelming and yet exciting as well. Honestly, I have no idea!!! Is there a way to improve on this? Everything is all so well put together.Hunter is lucky to have had you for two years and we hear that a student protest to ensure that this becomes a three year run is underway!!!
SuzanneThe different levels of how to use the Chromebooks stuck with me...using the Chromebooks or any technology to redefine, to create new ways of doing things, to do things that haven't been done before. Perhaps create a mini collaborative assignment for the participants to engage in? Thank you for taking the time to show us what our kids are doing!
PattiThis was an excellent session which really explained how Chromebook enhances the classroom learning experience. I also loved learning about Free Rice and the other free learning programs.I think the format was perfect!
kengoogle cloud, realtime collaborative, kan acad, so many options and ways to share your thoughts and work, how do you keep track of it all?
StevenI just learned about freerice and I think it's a really neat and interesting program. I'll happily take this to share with my colleagues tomorrow.The session is quite good as it is. Possibly adding a little more information on what the cloud is would be helpful for some of the adults. It's a difficult topic for adults to understand coming from a background/culture of "I own it if I can hold it".I constantly hit the left control key instead of the shift on the chromebook keyboard.
normahow much easier this was than I thought it would beIt's too bad that it is not board-wide. All this knowledge and information will probably not be continued next year - for those going on to junior high.
KayrenI really like the check-in opportunities you have the kids do (how do you feel/what stuck with you, gives you the ability to check in with them individually...

Also love the daybook being available and the ketchup/mustard/pickle trackers.

The mentoring process happening with the Eggheads training other students is pretty awesome.
It was very well organized and presented!Thanks for providing this opportunity for us to come in and learn about Chromebook usage in room209.
 Many Room 209 families joined me tonight for our "Day in the Life of a 1:1 Chromebook Classroom" session. I thought it was a big success. Here's what your moms and dads learned!

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