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Technology Resources for Your Classroom

Last Updated: 4/2/2020 1:11 PM

Teachers and Staff, I cannot believe how well you have all jumped right into digital learning! You are nothing short of amazing. I wanted to thank you for also paying close attention to confidentiality issues during this time. I have seen examples of you still working to keep students information safe and confidential and I appreciate that. If you have any questions about what we can and cannot do, please feel free to call, text or email me any time! Remember Personally Identifiable Information (PII) can be anything used to identify a particular person. Name, Student Number, Email, Homeroom, Picture, etc. Good rule of thumb is to never have more than one piece of PII. For example, if you share a picture don't include a name; if you are referencing a student by name only use first names, never use email because it shows first and last name. You get the idea. Again, you are doing GREAT! If you need anything I am here for you.   

Jennifer Kincaid, CIO

 

Real Time Video Resources

Zoom This tool is AMAZING for connecting with your students or colleagues remotely real time or making videos! 

**IMPORTANT** - Watch this video to see how to make your meeting only accessible to intended participants.

Main Page (This link will take you to their main page where you can create an account.  Use you powell.kyschools.us email to get the extended meeting time version they are providing temporarily.)

Video Links (This link will take directly to their video library.  Lots of good short videos showing you how to take advantage of all the great features they offer, like breaking your meeting into subgroups!)

Help and Support (This link will take to you additional resources you may need when setting up your meetings.

How to Install on Chromebook

Google Hangouts Another great resource to connect remotely!

Main Page

Teachers & Principals to Meet and share remotely:  How to start a Google Hangout Video on "How to" by Dr. Linn

Virtual Adventures

Poly.google.com (students can type in locations or situations to explore)

 

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