Computer Literacy Tech/STEM 2020-2021~ Remote Learning Information:All of my Computer/STEM classes will be taught Remotely via Google Meet this year.____________________________________________________________________________
Dear Elms Families,
We are excited to share with you that children’s author and illustrator Daniel Jude Miller is coming to Elms for a virtual author’s visit. He’ll be sharing his tips on writing a great story, creating drawings, and much more. If you’d like to attend, please see the info below.
*All families are welcome to join on either night, but please note that Tuesday night is geared towards a K-2 audience and Thursday night will be more for 3-5.*
The link for the Meet will be available on Mrs. Konopack's Media Classroom page on the day of the event.__________________________________________________________________________Welcome to MP2 - Dec 11thAll students, at the Google Meet or Absent, are still required to complete and Submit all Exit Ticket/Assignments and Mark as Done or Turn In to the Google Classroom Classwork Tab - in View Assignment.Weeks 17/18: K will begin Intro to Keyboarding 012 and Exit Ticket Question 013, Gr. 1 will begin Google Docs Intro 012 and Keyboarding Exit Ticket 013, and Gr. 2-5 will begin Google Slides Intro 013. All are due Due by: Feb 15th._______Assignment 011 (Digital Citizenship/Digital Footprint K-5) and 012 (Google Classroom 1 Question on Interland Kind Kingdom 2-5) - both Exit Tickets are Due by: Feb 1st.Assignment 009 (Parts of Chromebook K-1 / Coding Vocabulary 2-5) Marked as Done - Due on Dec 18th.Assignment 010 (Coding Vocabulary K-1 / Google Classroom Question on Coding) Mark as Done / Turn In - Due Dec 21st.--------------------------------Everything below was from MP1 and was Due by Dec 10th:Exit Ticket 001 (Google Meet Guidelines) Marked as Done by all students in K-5 - was Due on Oct 5th.Assignment 002 (Google Classroom Question - Introduction) one answer was chosen - Turned In by all K-5 students - Done with Exit Ticket 005Assignment 003 (Mark as Done - Practice) - Mark as Done by all K-5 students - Done with Exit Ticket 005Assignment 004 (Turn In - Practice) - Turn In by all K-5 students - Done with Exit Ticket 005Exit Ticket 005 (Device Care) Marked as Done by all students in K-5 and was Due on Oct 18th.Exit Ticket 006 (STEM Activity: Build a Bridge) Turned In for Gr. 3-5 or Marked as Done for Gr. K-2 and was Due by Nov 9th.Exit Ticket 007 (Pumpkin Drawing in Google Docs and typing) - Turned In for Gr. K-5 and is Due by Nov 23rd.Exit Ticket 008 (World Language Colors and/or Numbers (1-10)) - Marked as Done by all students in K-5 and is Due on Dec 6th._________________________________________________________Students should know that Exit Tickets 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007 & 008 need to be Marked as Done or Turned In for Marking Period (MP) 1.The end of MP1 is Dec 10th. ~ No MP1 Exit Tickets will be accepted after that.____________________Google Classroom codes, although provided by your HR Teachers, were sent invitations to Join K-5 Comp/STEM Google Classrooms the first week of Sept.Students need to Log into their Google accounts, Press on the 9 boxes (waffle) Apps Launcher, Press Google Classroom, and Press the Blue Join to Join the Grade for Comp/STEM. Remote classes Join the Grade level as well.Follow the video below if you need help or log in directions:If you need to contact my, please email me - email@example.com
Parent/Student Technology Assistance Request
If you are having difficulty with your technology please complete the form below:
*Please note that we only offer assistance with district provided devices.All Students: Please check your Comp/STEM Google Classrooms - They are all by Grade this 2020-2021 school year.Since our classes will meet every other week, our assignments will be due before the next class, Always!There will not be a Due Date.Please Mark as Done/Turn In/Submit your Assignments on time.Assignments should not take you more than 30 minutes to complete.There will always be directions and/or a video to follow and go back to for help.If you still need assistance, send me a Personal Message in the Assignment.PLEASE: Be healthy and be well!Remember, my Tiger friends, I am committed to supporting and connecting with you and your families.Communication is the key to success!We may not be directly together each day in the STEM Lab, however,we are Connected Remotely, and I will continue to do so!I miss you all! ♥I will see you in the Hallways!!!__________________________________Welcome To REMOTE Computer Literacy Tech/STEM 2020-2021!
Computer literacy tech/STEM is located in Room 226 STEM Lab, however, this year, I will be teaching my classes Remotely via Google Meet! All students will be using Chrome books at home to work, therefore, all work will be Internet-based and easy to access. All students will become professionals at using Google Meet, become fluent in logging into the Google Classroom, and learn how to Submit Forms. Students in grades K will spend time becoming familiar with the keyboard by using a variety of applications on the Internet, as well as working on cross-curricular assignments. Students in grade 1 will spend their time in learning and reviewing letter recognition on the Chromebook keyboard and learn Google Docs. They will learn how to Turn In to the Google Classroom as well. Students in Grades 2 through 5 will spend their time learning and reviewing word-processing, spreadsheets, and presentations, as well as become proficient in Turning In Assignments into the Google Classroom. Students in grades 3 through 12 usually take standardized assessments online. This requires a knowledge of keyboarding and word-processing skills, as well as practice taking the assessment. Students will have the opportunity to incorporate real-world situations into the lessons, as well as focus on Internet Safety, Digital Citizenship and Digital Footprints in Computer Literacy Tech/STEM.Throughout the school year, students in grades 1-5 will be learning the Google G-Suite on Chrome books and use Google Classroom to find all assignments, add assignments and turn in assignments during their Computer Literacy Tech/STEM Remote period. The students in grades 2-5 will also learn and understand how to manipulate, communicate and create e-mails using G-mail for students. The Jackson School district Google accounts for students are for use within the school district; students may only communicate with other individuals who are in the school district and have a district Google account. The students in grades 1-5 will be learning and review Google for Education Sheets, Slides, Forms and Drive as well.This year, I will do my best to bring STEM Remotely to my K-5 students to help them continue to create, collaborate, communicate and develop critical thinking skills. The students will work on Coding, Circuitry and some construction at home with LEGOs and any other building bricks they have on hand. I would also like to see them incorporate photos into their classwork from their chromebooks if possible. Throughout their time in Computer Literacy Tech/STEM at Elms, the students will continually add upon what was previously learned until the students are fully prepared for middle school when they are promoted. I will not let this year go by without properly preparing my students.Feel free to contact me with any concerns or problems - firstname.lastname@example.org
Keyboarding Practice at Home!
Please allow your child to practice keyboarding. This will help with all schoolwork and computer projects. Keyboarding skills are lifelong skills.
The home row keys: a s d f j k l ; . and spacebar
They can work in www.typingclub.com
They can practiced www.abcya.com - letters - Keyboarding Zoo 2, skills - Jump Key
They can also practice their typing on www.freetypinggame.net/play4.asp - start with Lesson 1 and continue practicing for 1-3 minutes at a time.
Remember to practice keyboarding every night!Keyboarding Practice Homework for1st through 5th grade every night!Practice typing on www.freetypinggame.net/play4.asp- start with Lesson 1 and continue through the different lessons practicing for 1-3 minutes at a time.Grades K through 5:
YOU ALWAYS HAVE HOMEWORK!!!
Practice your keyboarding skills!
Learn to Touch Type - typing without looking at the keys.
Learn for YOUR FUTURE!!!
Help Yourself to Improve!
Give Yourself Something Great to be Proud of!!!
Touch Typing is a Life Skill!*******************************************************Tigers Rule!!If you have questions, or just need to contact me,please use this e-mail address: email@example.comWe're going to have a great year!
Keyboarding Help:Very Important Keyboarding Skills Practice for Grades 1 - 5!!All students in Grades 1-5 are practicing keyboarding skills. The 1st - 5th grade students will start their first Marking Period with a Pre Assessment for Keyboarding Skills.
Keyboarding skills are a must. Keyboarding is a Life Skill! Improving Keyboarding Skills will help the students move through assessments quicker and help them with future projects and reports for educational assignments.
Recommendations:- Click on Student Resources on the left - There are many typing activities that you can use for practice.- Go to www.abcua.com:- 1st Grade:- Letters (Orange)- Keyboard Zoo 2- Skills (purple)- Cup Stacking, Jump Key, Typing Rocket Jr. and any 2nd grade games- 2nd Grade:- Skills (purple)- Alpha Munchies, Cup Stack Typing, Jump Key, Keyboard Invasion, Keyboard Challenge, Retro Typer Keyboarding, Typing Race, Typing Rocket, Typing Rocket Jr.- 3rd Grade:
- Skills (purple)
- Alpha Munchies, Cup Stack Typing, Jump Key, Keyboard Invasion, Keyboard Challenge, Retro Typer Keyboarding, Typing Race, Typing Rocket- 4th Grade:
- Skills (purple)
-Alpha Munchies, Cup Stack Typing, Jump Key, Keyboard Invasion, Keyboard Challenge, Keyboard Chase, Retro Typer Keyboarding, Typing Race, Typing Rocket- 5th Grade:
- Skills (purple)
-Alpha Munchies, Cup Stack Typing, Jump Key, Keyboard Invasion, Keyboard Challenge, Keyboard Chase, Retro Typer Keyboarding, Typing Race, Typing Rocket
- Using Mrs. Sendecki's computer web page: In the Resources section, there are many links with keyboarding activities for students at all grade levels to try.
- Online, you can always Download Tux Typing for Kids for Free at the following link: http://tux4kids.alioth.debian.org/
Students in grades K-5 are encouraged to go to www.code.org and practice computer programming during the school year in Code.org. Please Do NOT log in during the school year before we start our Coding Unit (Nov.-Jan.). Simply go to students at the bottom of the page and choose an activity. Remember, if you are not logging in, it will not save the activity that you do. Once we complete our Coding Unit, then you will be able to log in to your work and your progress will be saved.
Schedule of Classes for Computer Google Meets: Please check your Calendar for what week it is.
HR teachers have my Google Classroom Codes. All Students should Join my Google Classrooms.
Kindergarten: Group 1 or Group 1 (A week or B Week)
M, T, W, or F:
Per 1 9:35 - 10:05
1st Grade: Group 1 or Group 2 (A week or B Week)
M, W, or F:
Per 2 10:10 - 10:40
2nd Grade: Group 1 or Group 2 (A week or B Week)
M, W, or F:
Per 5 12:35 - 1:05
3rd Grade: Group 1 or Group 2 (A week or B Week)
M, or F:
Per 6 1:05 - 1:35
4th Grade: Group 1 or Group 2 (A week or B Week)
M, W, TH, or F:
Per 3 11:05 - 11:35
5th Grade: Group 1 or Group 2 (A week or B Week)
M, W, TH or F:
Per 4 12:05 - 12:35
Murray: Full Class (A Week)
Morrow: Full Class (A Week)
Sernotti: Full Class (A Week)
Bodner/D'Ambrosio: Full Class (B Week)
Kravitz: Full Class Remote (B Week)
2:40 - 3:10
Remote Classes: Full class (A Week or B Week)
M, T, W, TH or F:
Per 8 2:40 - 3:10
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