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Moses Lake

Everett Public Schools

Training 1

Middle School Math

Middle School

 

Time Activity
Begin at 8:30 The Great, The Good, The Challenging

Intro and Learning Landscape

Around 10:00 10 min. Break
Introduction to SAMR
SAMR 4 Corners
New WA State Technology Standards

Sorting Standards Activity

11:30 -12:30 Lunch
12:30 SAMR-ize – Analyze an activity with SAMR

Pick a video to watch

Discuss what you saw and its SAMR components

SAMR-ize Part 2 – Applying SAMR to our practice

What are some activities that you could do with students at the various SAMR levels?

Explore applicable resources below.

Resources

Some mapping tools

Google Tour Builder

Google Earth

Google Lit Trips

ArcGIS for Schools – mapping tool

GeoInquiries

NatGeoInquiry – mapping resources from Nat Geo

Math Tools to Explore

Passport to Math – Using Google Earth

Create Math Art with Desmos – Great opportunity to practice graphing skills

Geogebra – Tons of teacher generated resources

Animate your Math (with Google Slides or PowerPoint)

EquatIO – Equation Editor for Google Docs, Word, and more (has free and paid features)

1:00 Discovering a new tool
Google MyMaps

Dream Vacation Activity

Fill out this form

Resources

Teacher Donnie Piercey’s MyMap resources

Example My Maps

Google Earth EDU

Google MyMaps Challenge

Import this population density data spreadsheet into a MyMap.

(This data came from the World Bank here.)

Play with the settings to display the markers in different ways.

You can get more public data here.

Ratio Spreadsheet
3:00 FlipGrid Reflection

Sign up for your own Flipgrid teacher account here.

Educator’s Guide to FlipGrid

End at 3:30 Session Feedback
High School Math

Presentation

 

Time Activity
Begin at 8:30 The Great, The Good, The Challenging

Intro and Learning Landscape

Around 10:00 10 min. Break
Introduction to SAMR
15 Minute Activity
 3 Act Math

When Math Happens

11:30 -12:30 Lunch
12:30 SAMR-ize – Analyze an activity with SAMR

Pick a video to watch

Discuss what you saw and its SAMR components

SAMR-ize Part 2 – Applying SAMR to our practice

What are some activities that you could do with students at the various SAMR levels?

Explore applicable resources below.

Resources

Some mapping tools

Google Tour Builder

Google Earth

Google Lit Trips

ArcGIS for Schools – mapping tool

GeoInquiries

NatGeoInquiry – mapping resources from Nat Geo

Math Tools to Explore

Passport to Math – Using Google Earth

Create Math Art with Desmos – Great opportunity to practice graphing skills

Geogebra – Tons of teacher generated resources

Animate your Math (with Google Slides or PowerPoint)

EquatIO – Equation Editor for Google Docs, Word, and more (has free and paid features)

1:00 Discovering a new tool
Google MyMaps

Dream Vacation Activity

Fill out this form

Resources

Teacher Donnie Piercey’s MyMap resources

Example My Maps

Google Earth EDU

Google MyMaps Challenge

Import this population density data spreadsheet into a MyMap.

(This data came from the World Bank here.)

Play with the settings to display the markers in different ways.

You can get more public data here.

Ratio Spreadsheet
3:00 FlipGrid Reflection

Sign up for your own Flipgrid teacher account here.

Educator’s Guide to FlipGrid

End at 3:30 Session Feedback
High School History

Middle School

 

Time Activity
Begin at 8:30 The Great, The Good, The Challenging

Intro and Learning Landscape

Around 10:00 10 min. Break
Introduction to SAMR
SAMR 4 Corners
SAMR-ize – Analyze an activity with SAMR

Pick a video to watch

Discuss what you saw and its SAMR components

11:30 -12:30 Lunch
12:30 15 Minute Activity
Explore applicable resources below.

Resources

Some mapping tools

Google Tour Builder

Google Earth

Google Lit Trips

ArcGIS for Schools – mapping tool

GeoInquiries

NatGeoInquiry – mapping resources from Nat Geo

Mapping Sites

Historical Map Overlays

David Rumsey Historical Map Collection

10 Historical Map Collections

1:00 Discovering a new tool
Google MyMaps

Resources

Teacher Donnie Piercey’s MyMap resources

Example My Maps

Google Earth EDU

Google MyMaps Challenge

Import this population density data spreadsheet into a MyMap.

(This data came from the World Bank here.)

Play with the settings to display the markers in different ways.

You can get more public data here.

3:00 FlipGrid Reflection

Sign up for your own Flipgrid teacher account here.

Educator’s Guide to FlipGrid

End at 3:30 Session Feedback
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