Let's revive the Media Specialists blog for 2012-2013!
The date and topic for the Media Specialist Technology Focus Session for October has changed (see Alice's email). The session will be held Thursday, October 11th from 3-5pm and the topic is the new SMART 11 Software.
Our next Media Meeting is October 19th in the Central Office Media Lab. The Randleman Area is in charge of refreshments. Please be on time! We have a full day planned with updates and Google train the trainer training.
The discussion for Ch 3 and Ch 4 have been posted in Edmodo. Please also post in the RCS Media Specialist Group to share any resources from NCSLMA.
Below are some resources and links. Feel free to share these with teachers and staff. This is a great way to share your expertise and support teachers with some tools and tricks you have up your sleeve!
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is Buffy Hamilton's Keynote Presentation from NCSLMA.
Alice and I really loved using these Timers
on the SMART Board this summer during our staff development sessions.
students (and anyone) electronically “pin” historical pictures, videos, audio clips, and stories to a digital globe. History Pin has some great collections and tours that have already been created that can be used in the classroom. Collections bring together content around a theme. Students can explore collections or create one of their own. With a Tour, students can go step-by-step through content, a story, explore a place or walk through time.
Here is a great website for Science/Physics teachers: The Physics Classroom
. The Physics Classroom is an online, free-to-use physics website developed primarily for high school physics students and teachers. The website features a variety of sections intended to support both teachers and students in the tasks of learning and teaching physics.