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  1. page HPSLMS edited ... In the last 5 minutes of the station activity, you will go to your Office 365 account (https:/…
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    In the last 5 minutes of the station activity, you will go to your Office 365 account (https://login.microsoftonline.com), click on the One Drive, click on the LMS @HPS Group. Click to see the files, open Learning Stations Next Steps, and complete the Learning Stations Next Steps for your station. As a result of today's learning, what will you do tomorrow, next week, next month?
    Station 1: Coding
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    7-13, click here'here
    Beginner?
    2. Follow #3 for an introductory online course. The full course takes 1-3 hours, but this can get you started. Create an account at code.org first if you want your progress saved, go here for the teacher account.
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  2. page HPSLMS edited ... 2. Follow #3 for an introductory online course. The full course takes 1-3 hours, but this can …
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    2. Follow #3 for an introductory online course. The full course takes 1-3 hours, but this can get you started. Create an account at code.org first if you want your progress saved, go here for the teacher account.
    3. Go here for the self-paced online course, read the info, and click on the "Try Now" button. You will need to click through some more pages: Try Now, Continue, Continue, Continue, Continue, Continue - begin learning!
    4. Complete the Learning Stations Next Steps on Office 365
    Rather learn about Scratch?
    2. Start here and click on the "Watch Webinars" link, which would bring you here.
    3. Complete the Learning Stations Next Steps on Office 365
    Or maybe start a Genius Hour?
    3.2. Start here
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    from there
    3. Complete the Learning Stations Next Steps on Office 365

    Station 2: Inquiry Questions
    1. Good Questions = Good Learning, a webinar by Dr. Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz (Big6).
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    7. Both videos on the QFT were in high schools. Here are elementary snippets (go to the Blog tab and scroll for the elementary post, if link does not work) and here is one teacher's experience in a 45 minute class.
    8. Here is one for middle school. Some tweets include video links. Go to the Blog tab and scroll for the middle school post, if link does not work
    9. Complete the Learning Stations Next Steps on Office 365
    Station 3: Virtual Trips and Bringing the World to the Classroom
    1. Read about how to plan for a virtual field trip then explore 6 ways videoconferencing can change the classroom. Code as you read: check mark for what you agree with, question mark for what you have a question about, and an exclamation point for an ah-ha or what resonates with you.
    2. Go to this Symabloo to explore multiple, virtual field trips and ways to connect to others. The first row includes services that will connect you to others who do distance or virtual tours, or other ways you can bring experts to the school, for example via Skype. The left lower side is social studies virtual tours, the right lower side is STEM virtual tours, and the upper right is general museums' virtual tours.
    3. Keep notes on the graphic organizer.
    4. Complete the Learning Stations Next Steps on Office 365
    Station 4: Reading and Literacy Promotion (old school and digitally)
    1. Go to my diigo library for this topic: https://www.diigo.com/user/middlemedia/HPSlmsReading and begin your journey into ideas for reading and advocacy.
    2. Complete the graphic organizer as you browse the ideas.
    3. The links in this library all have the tag HPSlmsReading. If you have or create a diigo account for yourself, you can add to this list by bookmarking more sites and using the same tag! You could then go to this link: https://www.diigo.com/tag/HPSlmsReading to see what other links people have added.
    4. Complete the Learning Stations Next Steps on Office 365
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  3. page HPSLMS edited December 9, 2015Professional Learning Learning Stations Jigsaw In the last 5 minutes of the stat…
    December 9, 2015Professional Learning
    Learning Stations Jigsaw
    In the last 5 minutes of the station activity, you will go to your Office 365 account (https://login.microsoftonline.com), click on the One Drive, click on the LMS @HPS Group. Click to see the files, open Learning Stations Next Steps, and complete the Learning Stations Next Steps for your station. As a result of today's learning, what will you do tomorrow, next week, next month?
    Station 1: Coding
    1. Start at learning about the Hour of Code, an event occurring Dec. 7-13, click here'
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    3:05 pm
  4. page HPSLMS edited ... 1. Start at learning about the Hour of Code, an event occurring Dec. 7-13, click here' Beginn…
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    1. Start at learning about the Hour of Code, an event occurring Dec. 7-13, click here'
    Beginner?
    2. Follow below#3 for an
    3. Go here for the self-paced online course, read the info, and click on the "Try Now" button. You will need to click through some more pages: Try Now, Continue, Continue, Continue, Continue, Continue - begin learning!
    Rather learn about Scratch?
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    Click on the Webinar Recording link in the table, you can also access the presentation slides. Skip ahead to Slide 35 . You will watch Slides 35-44, about 8 minutes. (For future reference, there is small talk until Slide 11. Slides 11- 35 are an intro.) Follow along with the chat window as well, even though it is not live, there are good comments there.
    2. Read this article about the QFT and students creating their own questions. Code as you read: check mark for what you agree with, question mark for what you have a question about, and an exclamation point for an ah-ha or what resonates with you.
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    to the NavugationNavigation bar, hover
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    Notices and Wonderings.Wonderings on the graphic organizer.
    5. Explore the QFT resources on the Resources pages for about 10 minutes.
    6. Now watch the QFT for Summative Assessment Video, 10 minutes (Resources page - then Videos). Add and revise your Notices and Wonderings from the QFT in Action video.
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    1. Read about how to plan for a virtual field trip then explore 6 ways videoconferencing can change the classroom. Code as you read: check mark for what you agree with, question mark for what you have a question about, and an exclamation point for an ah-ha or what resonates with you.
    2. Go to this Symabloo to explore multiple, virtual field trips and ways to connect to others. The first row includes services that will connect you to others who do distance or virtual tours, or other ways you can bring experts to the school, for example via Skype. The left lower side is social studies virtual tours, the right lower side is STEM virtual tours, and the upper right is general museums' virtual tours.
    3. Keep notes on the graphic organizer.
    Station 4: Reading and Literacy Promotion (old school and digitally)
    1. Go to my diigo library for this topic: https://www.diigo.com/user/middlemedia/HPSlmsReading and begin your journey into ideas for reading and advocacy.
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    3:00 pm
  5. page HPSLMS edited ... 1. Read about how to plan for a virtual field trip then explore 6 ways videoconferencing can c…
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    1. Read about how to plan for a virtual field trip then explore 6 ways videoconferencing can change the classroom. Code as you read: check mark for what you agree with, question mark for what you have a question about, and an exclamation point for an ah-ha or what resonates with you.
    2. Go to this Symabloo to explore multiple, virtual field trips and ways to connect to others. The first row includes services that will connect you to others who do distance or virtual tours, or other ways you can bring experts to the school, for example via Skype. The left lower side is social studies virtual tours, the right lower side is STEM virtual tours, and the upper right is general museums' virtual tours.
    Station 4: Reading and Literacy Promotion (old school and digitally)
    1. Go to my diigo library for this topic: https://www.diigo.com/user/middlemedia/HPSlmsReading and begin your journey into ideas for reading and advocacy.
    2. Complete the graphic organizer as you browse the ideas.
    3. The links in this library all have the tag HPSlmsReading. If you have or create a diigo account for yourself, you can add to this list by bookmarking more sites and using the same tag! You could then go to this link: https://www.diigo.com/tag/HPSlmsReading to see what other links people have added.

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  6. page HPSLMS edited ... Rather learn about Scratch? 2. Start here and click on the "Watch Webinars" link, w…
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    Rather learn about Scratch?
    2. Start here and click on the "Watch Webinars" link, which would bring you here.
    Or maybe start a Genius Hour?
    3. Start here at this blog and go from there

    Station 2: Inquiry Questions
    1. Good Questions = Good Learning, a webinar by Dr. Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz (Big6).
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    11:39 am

Sunday, November 29

  1. page HPSLMS edited ... Learning Stations Jigsaw Station 1: Coding Start 1. Start at learning Beginner? Follo…
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    Learning Stations Jigsaw
    Station 1: Coding
    Start1. Start at learning
    Beginner?
    Follow2. Follow below for
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    teacher account.
    Go

    3. Go
    here for
    Rather learn about Scratch?
    Start2. Start here and
    Station 2: Inquiry Questions
    1. Good Questions = Good Learning, a webinar by Dr. Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz (Big6).
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    2:47 pm
  2. page HPSLMS edited ... 8. Here is one for middle school. Some tweets include video links. Go to the Blog tab and scro…
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    8. Here is one for middle school. Some tweets include video links. Go to the Blog tab and scroll for the middle school post, if link does not work
    Station 3: Virtual Trips and Bringing the World to the Classroom
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    the classroom. Code as you read: check mark for what you agree with, question mark for what you have a question about, and an exclamation point for an ah-ha or what resonates with you.
    2. Go to this Symabloo to explore multiple, virtual field trips and ways to connect to others. The first row includes services that will connect you to others who do distance or virtual tours, or other ways you can bring experts to the school, for example via Skype. The left lower side is social studies virtual tours, the right lower side is STEM virtual tours, and the upper right is general museums' virtual tours.
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    2:45 pm
  3. page HPSLMS edited ... 5. Explore the QFT resources on the Resources pages for about 10 minutes. 6. Now watch the QF…
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    5. Explore the QFT resources on the Resources pages for about 10 minutes.
    6. Now watch the QFT for Summative Assessment Video, 10 minutes (Resources page - then Videos). Add and revise your Notices and Wonderings from the QFT in Action video.
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    elementary snippets (go to the Blog tab and scroll for the elementary post, if link does not work) and here is one teacher's experience in a 45 minute class.
    8. Here is one for
    middle school.
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    video links. Both of these links are inGo to the Blog tab, iftab and scroll for the middle school post, if link does not work.work
    Station 3: Virtual Trips and Bringing the World to the Classroom
    1. Read about how to plan for a virtual field trip then explore 6 ways videoconferencing can change the classroom.
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    2:43 pm

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