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Welcome to The SANDbox!

 

Students And New Devices

 

1. Students will be able to correctly handle computers.

2. Students will recognize the main parts of a laptop.

3. Students will be able to troubleshoot.

4. Students will be able list 5 out of 7 internet safety guidelines.

 

 

About our Group Members

 

Christine Baker

Kenneth Carrancejie

Kathy Sabata

Lisa McDaniel

Sandra Montgomery

Michelle Bourgeois

 

Resources for Managing a Primary 1 to 1 Classroom

 

the SANDbox Podcasts

Give a listen to our first podcasts on handling a laptop and computer rules! During the school year, we will have students add their own podcasts.

 

Computer Troubleshooting

Here's a troubleshooting diagram to help you fix basic problems.

 

Internet Safety Powerpoint Download

A digital book created with Powerpoint provides some simple guidelines for student internet safety. The book is enhanced with links to interactive sites that will reinforce concepts.

 

Assessment Rubrics

A sample of a rubric used to score a multimedia group project.

 

Lesson Plan Draft in MS Word

Draft copy of our lesson plan template

 

Meeting Agendas

 

August 22, 2006

 

August 29, 2006

 

September 5, 2006

 

September 19, 2006

 

Webquests

 

October 3, 2006

 

Electronic Portfolio

 

Click on the link to discuss the electronic portfolios for students

Electronic portfolios

 

This link will download the Powerpoint template for the student portfolio

Portfolio Template

 

Podcasting In The Classroom

 

Using Garageband

 

Ideas for using Podcasting

 

Placing files on an iPod

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