Throughout our bootcamp we have been taking care of many setup tasks and also learning how to create something original. We started with designing lock screens. Some students are starting to create some creative and it's time to share some of those original screens on a sharing board.
Do not include photos of people
Do not include photos from the web
You can take photos of something original you created
You can draw something
You can use words
Do not include your full name.
You can add a snapshot of your lock screen to our sharing wall.
Click on the tab at the top of the page that says Boards
Tap twice to add a note.
Include your first name or your pen name.
Tap the upload icon
Find the snapshot of your screensaver in photos.
Select your lockscreen image and upload it to the Board.
We learned a lot during bootcamp and now it's time to show what you know. The Bootcamp Badge will help you demonstrate learning. Your goal is to create something original. Just follow the steps to earn the badge.
After spending our first day learning about the D97 Acceptable Use Policy and setting up our accounts, we are ready to begin rotations. Students must complete each session before they will be allowed to start to use the devices for learning in the classroom. Thanks to Mr. Withers for leading some thoughtful discussions.
Rotations on Wednesday
AM Device Basics in World Language, Bauman and Johnson Groups | Colmenero | Oxnevad
1:00 Rotation 1 in Classrooms | Classroom Teachers | Oxnevad
Find all lessons and teacher assignments on the BootCamp tab.
Group sessions will be held every day in class and during many specials.
Activities are designed to teach students how to take care of equipment.
Activities will introduce students to the basic skills, competencies, and resources they’ll need to use their 1-to-1 devices in enriching, responsible, and respectful ways.
Students are responsible for practicing what they learned.
The iPad Minis have arrived and we will begin Bootcamp on Tuesday! Find all bootcamp lessons and the schedule on the Bootcamp page. Access the BootCamp Tab at the top of the blog. Each group of 5th grade students will begin the journey in the library
Goals for our first day:
Learn about the Acceptable Use Policy - Withers | Library Time
I am a blogger. My blog is a chronological and searchable record of my own growth and development as an educator. It's filled with ideas, inventions and reflections. I learn more from blogging than from any other professional activity I participate in. I blog to learn. Naturally, I hope to learn a lot over the course of the next month as our 5th grade team begins a long anticipated 1:1 iPad journey. Blogging about the experience will make me accountable for taking the time to thoughtfully reflect and pursue ways to kick the learning up a notch, so it is with great pleasure that I launch yet another blog.