As humans adapt and devise new tools, we find ourselves surrounded by a plethora of complex technologies that introduce complex problems to our profession. Forming a basic conceptual understanding of the world around us is the first step to preparing our students for a world we can only begin to imagine.
On my page staff will find some quick tutorials to get started. I’m also available to help staff come up with unique technology solutions for making your digital lessons more engaging. Please contact me if you have an idea that you need help putting into action. I’m happy to coordinate a time to help find a solution.
Techno-help Open Office Hours
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
NOTE: You will need to be logged into your Mountain Song account in the same browser in order to view the tutorial videos below.
Adding a zoom link to your web page is as simple as copying the meeting URL and adding a hyperlink to your page. To make this stand out to students and their parents, use a button element.
Here’s a quick overview of how to post audio onto your web page.
Amy was kind enough to share a video training on how to record a video on Zoom and upload it to YouTube.
Here’s a quick overview of how to post videos that you’ve uploaded to YouTube onto your web page.
Here’s a quick overview of how to post videos on your Google Drive and post them to your web page.
The video below details how to setup your Student Engagement Assessment form and what to do if something is missing.
The next video is a recording in which I assisted a staff member with customizing the form for their purposes. This video provides a more in depth demonstration of how to use the Attendance key sheet to setup your form.
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