As you are working in your gradebook to keep it updated on a weekly basis, hopefully the information below will help you to know which code you can put in and how it will calculate etc.
The second graphic lets you know how the assignments and comments etc show up in the portal or print on progress reports.
Must be entered in the gradebook. Remember that this round goes in the 9 week DA category. Also remember that if you have a manual response, you must grade and enter that before a score will fully calculate and post.
Technology and entertainment blog The Beacon is inviting submissions of technology-focused lesson plans for its Technology Teacher Grant competition. Six lesson plans will be chosen with first and second place getting $1,000 in gift cards and the others receiving $500 in gift cards. Here is a summary of the grant.
1) What is the date the reports will go home?
October 20 (as stated on Advance Planner)
2) When is the date for actually printing the reports so we have the "same snapshot" of grades.
3) Do Interim (DAs) grades need to be in before they go home?
4) Is Kindergarten still using GKids reports to send home?
5) Teachers will print progress reports - which version?
Summary progress report with category detail (see image below for options) -Yes is parent signature needed? No
6) Teachers do NOT need to print copies of the progress reports for perm records.
As you continue to customize your pages with widgets the dimensions below will be helpful.
Full width - 930 px 2/3 width - 600 1/2 width - 450 1/3 width - 300
It is great to see all of the updates you have been making to your pages. Keep it up and let me know if there is some way I can assist you to keep the momentum going!
As a refresher, and for those that didn't have eClass this week, here are the web 2.0 tools shared this week.
Wizer.me - digital worksheets easily embedded in eClass
PatternCollage.com - great to get new & cute backgrounds
Nearpod - presentations easily added and created into assignments with tracking students' progress etc.
Canva.com - Great for creating all types of graphics without much effort
Classroomscreen.com - quick access to all those types of link like QR creater, random name generator etc.
Yes, I am still doing Breakouts this year. What is a breakout? It is an escape room game for the classroom and can be used at all levels from K - 5, and beyond. I've been doing some 4th grade ones for Eco systems and Simple Machines, but if you want something for your class, let me know the topics you are studying right now and I'll see what I can find. It takes about a week for me to get one ready if I don't have it already, and you need about 1 hour block of time.