Teacher-generated template that students used as a launching point for customizing their own Math ePortfolio in Google Sites.
(co-designed with Jane Silva (Mathematics/Numeracy Instructional Leader) and Andrew Schmitt (Teaching & Learning with Technology Instructional Leader)
Below is a student Google Site sample…
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The front page of the Google Sites allows for students to introduce themselves as mathematicians.
Math Learning Goals
The Goals tab takes students to a page within their Sites, where they reflect on themselves as a math learner and set goals for themselves as a mathematician.
TDSB ICT Marketplace
Students model for teachers how to create and organize pages within Google Sites. Introduce customization options for students to share their math learning.
Google Sites Math ePortfolio front page is captured as students begin to build on their website.
Promoting teacher-directed professional development sharing strategies and expertise within schools.
1:2 device to student ratio allows for students to cycle through the use of technology; sign-in quickly with gmail account and navigate effectively through their Google Drive and apps to upload into Google Sites.
Math Wall of Anchor Charts
Referring to both face-to-face and online math discussions. Building understanding of the four categories of the Achievement Chart to bump up how we choose to demonstrate our math thinking.
TDSB Digital Lead Learners
As a member of the DLL team; after school workshops have been set-up throughout the year to support teachers in using new tools for integration in the classroom or home learning.
Peter Singh, TDSB, CTO
Our Chief Technology Officer was invited to discuss with students their social media choices and other online tools that leave a digital footprint. Online responsibility and thinki
EverFi Digital Citizenship
http://www.everfi.com/ignition Online course offers several modules where students navigate through at their own pace to complete the course. Students receive a certificate of completion on successfully completed.