Welcome to the Technology Design Team Weekly Lessons Learned! This is a recurring feature on Friday afternoons where the Technology Design Team will share top of mind resources and learning. Each week, we will post a few key things we hope you may find useful. We look forward to sharing our learning with you. We look forward to sharing our learning with you.Some of the content may be specific to the realities of Austin ISD though, we hope, much will be useful to viewers worldwide. The Weekly Lessons Learned Archive contains a list of topics from and links to previous updates.
How can I see and share students’ individual quiz responses for a New Quiz?
- You can view and print student quiz results within each quiz in your course by viewing the moderate page in New Quizzes.
- You can also view and print student quiz results from the gradebook.
How can I find out who is blocking a student in GoGuardian?
Students who find that they are being ‘blocked’ by a different teacher can easily find out who that teacher is. When a student is being controlled by another teacher’s restrictive GoGuardian Scene, the student should get the ‘Hey there!’ page.
Students seeing the “Hey there!” page can click on the URL of the page and scroll to the far right end of the URL to see which teacher is applying a scene to the student’s account. Look for the name after “Owner, name” in the URL.
Additional GoGuardian information can be found in the AISD GoGuardian course.
Minecraft: Education Edition Build Challenge: Build A Better City: Austin
Information on the Minecraft Build Challenge is available on the Austin ISD website and will provide support throughout the challenge event. Student teams will organize to research and develop solutions on the prompt, “How can we make Austin streets more people-friendly while moving towards Net-zero goals in Austin?” Students are expected to work outside of classroom instructional time during the April 11th – May 13th event.
June 7th Blended Learning Summit.
The Technology Design Team is excited to announce our 6th Annual Blended Learning Summit for 2022 (http://bit.ly/2022blsummitflyer) via Zoom on Tuesday, June 7, 2022, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and in the afternoon from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Participants may register for the morning, afternoon, or both. Registration is now open via HCP (Sections 99686 and 99687).
Join us for a day of learning and collaboration where Austin ISD teachers and the Technology Design Team will share stories, strategies, and skills to support personalization and blended learning around the strands of:
- Authentic Student Choice
- Student Goal Setting and Metacognition
- Using Data to Personalize
- Meaningful Feedback
Participants will choose their own learning path of sessions based on their interests and needs. This will be a virtual event and is PLED eligible with principal approval.
Interested in presenting at this year’s summit? Please connect with your Technology Design Specialist.
The Technology Design Team would love to hear from you!
Please reach out to your Technology Design Specialist if you would like a thought partner or support on your blended learning implementation.
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