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Mission: The CCSD Department of Innovation and Digital Learning provides leadership, professional development, and instructional support to teachers and leaders to maximize student learning.
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canva.com Discover creativity for the modern classroom. With our simple drag-and-drop design tools we help teachers and students explore and express their learning with ease.
Do you use station rotations or are you interested in getting started? Check out these great tips from Caitlin Tucker on how to keep your stations balanced, engaging and fresh!
edutopia.org Using three stations effectively—teacher-led, online, and offline—should provide your students with plenty of ways to collaborate.
Check out this great opportunity to work with fantastic CCSD teachers and the amazing @CCSDInnovation team!
The long wait is over! Locked mode for quizzes in google forms is here!
Time to get focused! Locked mode for Quizzes in #GoogleForms is now available to all #GSuiteEdu users on managed #Chromebooks 🎉. goo.gle/2HeY6Id #BacktoSchool
Digital citizenship is a critical skill for students of today and our leaders of tomorrow. These five competencies will shift the conversation from don'ts to do's → digcitcommit.org.
CCSD teachers, looking for summer PD opps? Check out our PD site: bit.ly/IDLpdSite!
The CCSD Spring DreamBox Challenge starts today! One K-2 class and one 3-5 class will win a 🍕 party for the highest average number of lessons complete! See this flyer for more details. http://bit.ly/2UCRTyK
Register now for the Charleston Innovation Summit! June 26-27. Free registration for the first 175 CCSD teachers and faculty!!!
Registration for friends and neighbors outside of CCSD will be $50 and will open May1st.
Are you participating in Digital Learning Day on February 28, 2019? Add your event to the #DLDay map today: digitallearningday.org/register-your-event/
digitallearningday.org Are you celebrating Digital Learning Day 2019 on February 28? Add your event to the DLDay map.
Cannot say this loud enough! "A computer program can never replace a teacher." http://bit.ly/2Gv6BiL
edelements.com Technological innovation in the classroom coupled with the incredible pace of change can leave teachers questioning how their roles will shift in the future. Here's how we know that classrooms and students are always going to need real, human teachers, no matter what the future holds.
IDL has 3 grad credit opportunities coming up in February! http://bit.ly/2sUKk6a
CCSD Department of Innovation and Digital Learning is hiring! http://bit.ly/2QYHFSn Masters and 5 years in the classroom required. Experience with adult learners preferred. #digitallearning #innovation #educationaltechnology #technologyintegration #IDLempowerslearners
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There are some great ideas on this list! http://www.spencerauthor.com/projectsbeforebreak/
spencerauthor.com Don't forget to scroll down to the bottom of this post to download the Ten Creative Ways to End the Semester Resource Pack. This is a post I first wrote a decade ago, when I was
We know that Common Sense Media is a great resource for digital citizenship lessons, but did you know it also has videos, lesson plans, and product reviews? Watch this video then search the site for "coding" to see more tools! http://bit.ly/2QrcAL9
commonsense.org Common Sense Education provides educators and students with the resources they need to harness the power of technology for learning and life. Find a free K-12 Digital Citizenship curriculum, reviews of popular EdTech apps, and resources for protecting student privacy.
You don't have to be a computer science expert to teach an hour of code! Look at all these activities! We love that you can filter them by tech, topic, age group and more! https://csedweek.org/learn
csedweek.org The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students. One-hour tutorials are available in 45+ languages for all ages.
Wondering about the "why" for #CSEdWeek? Check out these stats on computer science education in SC. https://csedweek.org/promote/sc
csedweek.org What’s wrong with this picture? Share these stats.
Still looking for resources, tips, and how-tos for #CSEdWeek? We've got you covered. https://csedweek.org/educate/hoc
csedweek.org You can also teach the Hour of Code all year-round. Tutorials will work on browsers, tablets, smartphones, or "unplugged."
Hour of Code is here! Check out these teacher resources: http://bit.ly/2QtPHqp #CSEdWeek
code.org The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students. One-hour tutorials are available in 45+ languages for all ages.
It's almost time for Hour of Code! #CSEdWeek is December 3-9! https://hourofcode.com/us
hourofcode.com The #HourOfCode is about creativity. I’m in! Are you?
What a cool opportunity!
Are you a 3rd-5th grade teacher in (or close to) CCSD? Do you need a Read to Succeed: Instructional Practices course for Read to Succeed endorsement? We're offering a really good one beginning later this month.
The format is a blend of online and face-to-face meetings with a focus on Balanced Literacy tools in the 3-5 classroom. Spots are limited so register soon!
Did you know there are NEW #DigCit Lessons available from Common Sense Education? http://bit.ly/2QVtyxz #ccsdDigCit
commonsense.org New and improved digital citizenship lesson plans from Common Sense Education. The research-backed approach educators know and trust, with expanded teaching tools and student activities. Engage students with learning games and navigate tough topics, including cyberbullying, online safety, privacy, a...
Wondering where to start with Digital Citizenship in your classroom? Check out this 5 doable goals and related resources from ISTE! http://bit.ly/2RSjDdm #CCSDdigcit #DigCitWeek
iste.org Make digital citizenship part of your classroom culture by baking it into your daily routines, messages home to families, informal conversations in the halls and more.
Digital Citizenship Week is almost here! Use the hashtag #CCSDdigcit on social media during the week of Oct. 15-19 for a chance to win prizes for your classroom! http://goo.gl/BmrWLm
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IDL is looking for Super Digital Citizens!
Use the hashtag #CCSDdigcit on social media during the week of Oct. 15-19 for a chance to win prizes for your classroom! http://goo.gl/BmrWLm
There are so many practical tips and classroom examples in this article!
One of the best points made here (in our humble opinion) is that “... social learning should not go away just because students have a personal device.”
Do any of these suggestions resonate with you?
edutopia.org Even when students are working with apps and devices, their learning should be social and connected to the world around them.
What would you add to this list of tips for a smooth station rotation?
10 tips for teachers using the station rotation model via @Catlin_Tucker https://bit.ly/2QCNzcU
How do you plan to build community in your classroom on day one (and beyond)? There are some great ideas to ponder in this article from Edutopia!
edutopia.org Community building in the classroom starts on day one. Try these strategies to begin forging strong relationships.
We are so excited to welcome a new school year! We are looking forward to supporting innovative practices and digital learning with some of the best people in the world! (Teachers, that’s you!) What are you looking forward to this year?
Big news for back to school from Donors Choose! http://bit.ly/2KykQ53
donorschoose.org DonorsChoose.org is the nonprofit classroom funding site for public school teachers. Educators from every corner of America create classroom project requests, and donors can give any amount to the project that inspires them. Since our founding by a history teacher in 2000, over 430,000 teachers have...
Has everyone read about this new feature in Forms/Classroom? What do you think? https://engt.co/2zBhZrD
engadget.com Google Classroom introduced its biggest set of new features since launch.
Thanks for the tool round up, Common Sense Education! Teachers, which of these are you most excited to learn more about?
Holy WOW! This is amazing news! #flipgridfever
hollyclark.org The good news is out! Everyone knows that I am a Google aficionado. I think Google Apps is one of the most transformational things to happen to education in this century because its free and…
This is exciting!
Love the ISTE Standards? We are thrilled to officially announce the launch of our first-ever teacher certification based on the ISTE Standards! Learn more about the ISTE Certification and how to sign up for workshops here!
The time is drawing near. Here are some great ideas to maintain engagement and strengthen classroom community in the final days of the school year. https://goo.gl/59YjZo
edutopia.org Give your students a year-end sendoff that celebrates their learning.
Free Webinar alert! Jennifer Gonzalez of Cult of Pedagogy fame talks about how instead of the tech “...smart teachers focus on processes: things you can do with tools to make teaching and learning more robust.” Learn 7 of theses processes and then share with colleagues! #transformccsd
cultofpedagogy.teachable.com An On-Demand Webinar
File this one under more reasons to ❤️ Google Forms!
freetech4teachers.com Google Forms has long been a go-to tool for teachers to create surveys and give quizzes online. Today, Google announced six new features th...
Happy May Day! We can't wait to see you show off your innovative practices in our #TransformCCSD challenge! http://bit.ly/2HhM1QL
We’re definitely considering these new VR glasses as a prize for our #transformccsd challenge that starts tomorrow! 😉
EdTech - Share with your teammates that need to be taken away from all this!!!
Still thinking about what you're going to do for the #TransformCCSD challenge? Here's a resource for teachers that have been curious about programming: https://goo.gl/JfvTdE.
iste.org No matter the discipline, creating computational artifacts is one of the core computer science practices students should consistently experience to become better problem solvers. Here are four steps to get them started.
Here's another great idea for our #TransformCCSD challenge starting May 1st! Student-Run Genius Bar. Find some great tips on this innovative practice here: https://goo.gl/9to9cp
blogs.edweek.org If your school is in the process of creating a student-run "Genius Bar," you're in luck. This is one of the best ways to involve students in learning about how to use, diagnose, and repair common types of technology. Genius Bars like these allow students to interact with peers and faculty, allowing....
Do your students participate in book clubs in your classroom? Have you thought about taking them online? Check out this teacher's experience with paperless book clubs here: https://goo.gl/9Hsq9V (Pssst, this would be great for the #TransformCCSD challenge!)
edutopia.org By giving students jobs like Passage Picker, Psychologist, and Wonderer within their literature circles, you can foster critical thinking in a clearly defined collaborative environment.
May is quickly approaching! Do you know what you're doing for our #TransformCCSD challenge? Here are some ideas and resources including a video produced by our friends TwoTech Coaches: http://bit.ly/2HhM1QL.
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The Student Marketing Association is a marketing club at the College of Charleston dedicated to provided networking & professional development to members.
The Citadel's Honors Program is a specially designed educational experience meeting the needs of students with an outstanding record of academic achievement and a sense of intellectual adventure. While pursuing any one of seventeen degree programs offered
The Oceans and Human Health Program at the Medical University of South Carolina is a 10 week summer undergraduate research program focused on molecular base research aimed at understanding the interphase between environmental and human health.
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Nationally recognized by U.S.News & World Report and Princeton Review, The Citadel Graduate College (CGC) provides top-rated civilian education tailored to meet the diverse professional growth goals of our students.
This club is designed to encourage interest among The Citadel community in regards to hispanic culture in order to gain better understanding of hispanic, and hispanic influenced cultures, via social gatherings, cultural festivals & community volunteering
CLAW was established to promote scholarship on the Lowcountry, the Atlantic World, and the connections between the two.
If you're looking for personalized, one on one tutoring, Time to Tutor is the place for you! We tutor grades K-8 and have experience with all subjects.
Welcoming new students and their families to Cougar Nation!
The Political Science Club is a non-partisan club. Our goal is to enhance political education and participation in the Charleston community.
CPR-AED, First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogens training. We can provide a variety of medical and health courses such as fire extinguisher safety.