Be a Force for Good in the World

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How can our Creative, Courageous and Compassionate Learners pursue individualized pathways? Coaches are here to help!
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Welcome back to campus, Vampires! This week we promote Being a Force for Good in the World with a number of Byte-sized learning opportunities for you.
Digital Citizenship, anyone?
We present to you three concise tutorials to help upskill our kiddos with Digital CItizenship and respecting intellectual property. 

Let us refer you to the ISTE student standard for Digital Citizenship, 1.2c: 

Students demonstrate an understanding of and respect for the rights and obligations of using and sharing intellectual property.

Citation in Google Docs
Easybib is a GDPR NO-GO, but Google has a lovely integrated feature.
(58 seconds!)

Google Images + Creative Commons Licenses
It’s just right there to the side… Tools. 
Help reinforce positive skills with students with regards to intellectual property and using images in academic work. (37 seconds!)

(Secondary) Managebac + Turnitin – Academic Honesty
An amazing tool… FOR KIDS! Follow these steps and allow your students to access their own Similarity Report and understand where the Turnitin % comes from. (A lot of seconds!)

TECH PD POWER LUNCH – Supersize Your Mac

We ALL have Macs now… WOW. How about spending a few minutes and picking up some amazing insights on how to get the most out of your Mac?

20 Minutes | Secondary, room 422 (two sessions for your convenience)

 
Thursday, Nov, 11 1:15 – 1:35                   or
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Monday, Nov 15, 3:15 – 3:35
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Secondary Veracross: Laura has added a lovely new feature that allows you to see your colleagues’ schedules.  If you need to visit a specific class, now you can click on this icon →

Secondary AppleTV: During Distance Learning, a number of Apple TVs were installed. Have a look at the room numbers to see if it affects you. 

Too much stuff on your Desktop?
Try “Stacks” and consolidate all the files based on file type into a single folder.
Nice!