Save the Date: STEMposium is February 7th

You are invited to attend the second annual Issaquah School District’s STEMposium! Join us for a showcase of STEM learning hosted by teachers and students from the Issaquah School District. Teachers with their students are invited to share how they teach and learn STEM skills with classroom projects, after-school clubs, and student competitions. In addition ...

Make Your Own Seesaw Activities Look Awesome With Activity Icon Shortcuts

Seesaw Activities Library has taken off like crazy.  There are so many activities to choose from by grade level and content area.  And you can take those activities and edit them as your own or even start from scratch something that goes perfectly with what your students learning. But how do those pre-made activities get ...

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Office 365, Making Collaboration a Reality

Despite the fact that student emails are not available for communication, students can still collaborate and share documents with just a few work-around steps.  Sharing a collaborative document is as easy as grabbing the Share link for the document, posting it on your website or in a Class Notebook and allowing students to work together on ...

ITP Follow-Up Dates

The ITP 2019-2020 Follow-Up Dates have been set. If you are interested in applying, please reserve these dates now so you’ll be able to come should you get in. ITP Follow-Ups run from 4:00-7:00 for secondary participants and from 4:30-7:30 for elementary participants.  Check out the dates below. ITP 2019-2020 Summer – July 14-18 October ...

Jigsaw with Actively Learn

One of the best parts of Actively Learn is the flexibility in assigning material to your students. You can choose to assign to individual students, small groups, or the whole class. This is a great feature to utilize for your next Jigsaw activity. First, decide which articles you’d like to use or if you need ...

The Hour of Code Field Report

Resources and Links from This Episode Announcements Sign up to be part of STEMposium Bell Ringer – Books About Coding and Computational Thinking How to Code a Sandcastle by Joshua Funk If I Were a Wizard by Paul Hamilton Margaret and the Moon: How Margaret Saved the First Lunar Landing by Dean Robbins Hello Ruby ...

Common Sense Education’s Professional Development Library

Common Sense Education is known for their extensive resources for classroom teachers, but did you know that it also has an entire professional development side? Included in this bank of resources are short educator videos, longer webinars, a professional development blog, and case studies of districts that have found success with Common Sense Education. Offering ...

Restore Deleted Files in OneDrive

Ever deleted a file and wished you could have it back? OneDrive makes it easy to get those files back (if you change your mind within 30 days.) Read below to find out how. Restore a deleted file in OneDrive Go to the OneDrive website.You might need to sign in with your Microsoft account, or your ...

Welcome to Computer Science Education Week

Three Issaquah staff had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Computer Science Education Week Kickoff event today at the University of Washington. Valerie Buck, Instructional Technolgy Specialist, Amy Krohn, 5th grade Science Tech Teacher/Ed Tech Lead, and Monique Cabellon, Math Specialist/Ed Tech Lead, attended the event where Code.org and the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) ...

Hour of Code – Content Connections

  Want to participate in Hour of Code but worried about taking time away from core content? Why not integrate it! Here are some connections to our ISD Curriculum: SeeSaw has many activities in their library that combine coding and core content. Check out these examples that integrate with science, healthy choices, or reading. The ...

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