Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Tech Tuesday - October 21, 2014

Anecdotal notes submitted from:
Steven Chetcuti, Ed.D.
Lower Hudson Regional Information Center
Southern Westchester BOCES
(203)482-0806





Period 6 - Assisted 2 ELA & Science teachers to create Google Classroom accounts. Demonstrated best practices for creating a diverse lesson:
  • Goals
  • media(audio/video)
  • Reflection
  • Assessment
Demonstrated how to migrate content to a Google Drive.


Period 7 - Participants: Yanuzzi, Ypsilantis, Stejskal, Hurbanek
Demonstrated Google Classroom
Helped those who didn’t have Google Classroom with setup
Discussed what best practices can look like

  • Goals
  • media(audio/video)
  • Reflection
  • Assessment
Presented Google forms for formative assessments
Some downloaded Flubaroo, Doctopus, and Goobric


Period 8 - Participants: Osborne, Gannon, Michel, McIntosh, Knickerbocker, Guidotti, Dowd, Leonard, Arko, Ricci, Barata


Demonstrated Google Classroom
Helped those who didn’t have Google Classroom with setup
Discussed what best practices can look like
  • Goals
  • media(audio/video)
  • Reflection
  • Assessment
Presented Google forms for formative assessments
Some downloaded Flubaroo, Doctopus, and Goobric



Recommendations:
  1. The Arts and foreign language need coaching to develop content that is supporting the visual and audio aspects of their curricula.
  2. Teachers across the curriculum have expressed a need for coaching to migrate content into Google Drive for more effective integration into Google Classroom.
  3. Teachers across the curriculum have expressed a need for coaching to develop formative assessments using Google Forms and Flubaroo.
  4. Teachers across the curriculum have expressed a need for coaching to add rubrics to turned in assignments using Goobric.
  5. Teachers across the curriculum have expressed a need for coaching to understand how to use Google Classroom for providing differentiated lessons to students within the same class.