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Microsoft Teams Meetings

We are loving Microsoft Teams Meetings so much, we can’t contain ourselves! We have to shout it out! Teams Meetings really does make the distance between you and your students not so far. In this blog post we are going to share our most frequently shared topics with our teachers. We will be looking at 4 different aspects of Microsoft Teams Meetings. What is a … Continue reading Microsoft Teams Meetings

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Microsoft Teams Parent Help Sheet Templates

As many of us are moving to a remote learning or distance learning environment, we not only have to learn how to operate with our students, but we must also equip our students and parents for a new learning adventure as well. In preparing for this new way of doing school, Jenallee has begun making help sheets! We think this is a great way to … Continue reading Microsoft Teams Parent Help Sheet Templates

3 Tips for Remote Learning Series: How to Remotely Connect with your Elementary Students

We know that right now there is a ton of information out there about how to organize, create, and implement remote learning. As Instructional Technologists, we love all of these conversations! They are invaluable to educators as they look into creating these learning environments for their students. However… all of this content may be information overload for some of you. We love that we have … Continue reading 3 Tips for Remote Learning Series: How to Remotely Connect with your Elementary Students

3 Tips for Remote Learning Series: Making Remote Learning Fun For Your Elementary School Students

Why do we need to make learning fun? Many of our students are in a whole new learning situation! Many of them have never had to learn solely from home in a digital environment. Many of them may not even have a parent at home to assist them in their learning. Many of them may be sharing a computer between 3 children. Many of them … Continue reading 3 Tips for Remote Learning Series: Making Remote Learning Fun For Your Elementary School Students