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How to Tutorials

Ever get stuck and not know how to get a task done on your computer? Well, thanks to the following students, you can get clear and concise directions for common tasks you may need to perform. Choose a topic of your choice and the student’s instructions will guide you to success.

How to Get to Google Drive-Maddy 

How to Change Desktop  Picture on a Mac-Camella

How to Sign into the Chrome Browser-Lexi

How to Take a Screenshot-Ari

How to Sign into the Chrome App Store-Travis

How to Find a Mac Application-Reed

How to Use Instant Alpha in Pages-Pari

How to Get to Any Grade 5 Teacher or Class site

How to Rotate a Photo in Pages

How to Keep a Program in the Dock-Mac

How to Set Up Hot Corners on a Mac 

 

 

 

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Road Sign.egg on Aviary.

Cool Teacher Stuff

Check out Mr. Eric’s embedded Homework calendar.

Chunking and popping your text. Here for other ways to make your  blog entries pop. T. Cook

Making your guidelines visible and public. R. O’Regan

Combining science with acting to explain plant cells.

Embedding shared student resources from a Google folder into your blog.

* Are you making you resources available with Google? Much easier thatn uploading Word Docs/PDFs to your blog.

See how teachers are sharing  resources with Students on Google.

See some champions.

 

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Embedding Blog Photos via Picasa

Trying out embedding via Picasa instead of Flickr.


iPads in “The Hallway”

As iDesign students were finishing up their animations, some students investigated the soon to be released MS iPads. They disappeared into hallway and later returned with the following trailer they created on their own. A good way to end the week.

Supreme Animations – iDesign 2012

Which one is your favorite?


Mac Fast User Switching


Using Google Forms in iLearn


TEST YOURSELF: Google Search Expert

Using time efficiently is crucial when online. When researching online one must be skilled at finding the correct information in a timely fashion. Google recently set up a Power Searching course that is free for all to take. It consists of six major topics and lessons within which consist of videos and short follow up quizzes.

For quick help on google shortcuts or using the searchbar dirctly checkout here.

For simple  quick tips, check this out or this.

When you feel confident, you can try the iLearn Master Searcher Ultra Super Examination. See what great a searcher you really are!

This a a review/challenge that iLearn students completed. Can y9u beat their scores?

For a summary of most the skills needed for the quiz, see this older post.

 

TEST YOURSELF: Google Docs

Get up to speed with the students! Learn the  basics of working in a Google document.
You will work through a tutorial that the iLearn students have completed.

 This exercise will:
a) allow you to become comfortable with the simple commands that Docs uses
b) allow you to be familiar with what the students are using
c) allow you to see the strengths and weaknesses of Docs
d) be able to answer student questions

The exercise is set up as a challenge to encourage everyone to finish
Hints and clues are in the challenge to make sure that you succeed.
Cheating, helping, yelling answers, and copying are all promoted…. provided that you do not touch somebody’s trackpad.

Don’t want to attend the challenge? There is a way out!
Finish the exercise on your own before zzzzz and feel free to skip the challenge.

You can access the document here. It is located in Grade 6 Team   and Grade5  folder . (Don’t have the folder? In Drive, type Grade 5 in searchbar. Hit triangle next to the x inthe searchbar. Choose Search ISManila. Grab older to your Drive.)
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