RHS Tech Resources
RHS Instructional Tech workshop Outlines & Resources
January 27th Tech Workshop: Using video in the classroom
January 19th Tech workshop: RHS Mac Usergroup (RMUG) walk-in
RHS Instructional Tech Menu
RHS Instructional Tech Menu (Fill out and return to Paul Gouveia)
Tech Bundle Information
Mobile Lab Information
Mobile Lab Cart Teams
Directions for Creating a Google Account (in order to reserve computer resources on Google Calendar)
Accessing the X and Y drives from home (or the library, coffee shop etc.)
Simply put the following address in your browser http://files.pps.k12.or.us/ and the page will open with directions and a link to the X and Y drives. The link is in the upper right hand corner of the page and it says "Files Login". You will be asked to enter your name and password. It works a little differently, but you'll be given access to the same folders that you have access to on the network at school.
Please let your students know they can access their files on the Internet (from anywhere) as well.
SnapGrades Help - Click on this link to be directed to the Snapgrades Help Index
Atomic Learning - Click this link to access thousands of tech workshops, software tutorials, Assistive Tech Tutorials, 21rst Century Skill Building & Assessments. This is a great resource for learning more about the technology you would like to use.
RHS Instructional Tech Resources
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Teachers First has a great site for basic information and educational applications using their Wiki Step by Step website.and Wikispaces offers free wikis to Educators!
This a resource for taking a quick assessment of student opinion and knowledge in your classroom. It's free for an audience of up to 30 people.
Is a great (and underutilized) resource that the district has purchased. I've attached 3 documents for this program. The Roosevelt Pass code for Discovery ED is posted in the Office. This is the code you use to create a new account. If you would like help getting started or if you need help setting this up for your classes, please let me know. Here is the link to the complete user guide:Discovery Ed - Complete user's Guide
It is important to note that if you are using a Mac to watch videos on Discovery Ed, you will have to make a one time change to the "Stream Type" preference in the pull down window under the video viewer: click on stream type and select "Quicktime" as your player. Do the same if you download videos.
30-for-30 cool tools for school (from PPS's own Instructional Tech Guru, Melissa Lim)