To help facilitate relationships in an online environment, try using Media Albums and Discussion Boards in Schoology as social spaces that allow students to interact with each other in non-academic ways.
This webinar focuses on ways you can leverage Schoology to provide consistent communication between at-school learning and at-home learning. Use timestamps below to jump to different sections:
1) Use your course calendar (02:30)
2) Schoology messaging (13:42))
3) Use course updates/announcements (21:44)
4) Create a walkthrough video (28:19)
5) Use the A/V features (32:39)
*Presentation Slidedeck: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tvG0qrvnxfgfX1fw4WBSl4n2QyPG84OFZSgkv7AJSCs/edit?usp=sharing
This webinar covers the items you will need to consider when setting up a new Schoology course at the beginning of the year.
Jump to a section:
1. Rearrange Course Tiles (00:45)
2. Set the Course Landing Page (3:03)
3. Update Course Picture (5:15)
4. Move Material (7:46)
5. Calendar Events/Dates (16:02)
6. Relink Google Assignments (19:42)
7. Enable Submission for Test/Assessments (21:41)
8. Media Album photos (23:34)
9. Re-Link tables (26:15)
Elementary teachers using the PowerTeacherPro gradebook to post individual assignment scores throughout the year need to complete three steps at the beginning of each school year to ensure their gradebook is set up properly and that parents will not be able to see individual assignment scores.
To maintain an authentic online presence, it is important to put a picture of yourself in your Schoology profile. Seeing a picture of your face will help students make that connection between online and in-person interaction. Avoid using pictures of pets, team logos, or large group photos. Students want to see YOU, their teacher!
Listen along to the story "How I Survived Bullies, Broccoli, and Snake Hill".
Rafe Khatchadorian is ready for a fun summer at camp - until he finds out it's a summer school camp! Luckily, Rafe easily makes friends with his troublemaking cabinmates and bunkmate, a boy nicknamed Booger-Eater, who puts up with endless teasing from the other kids. Rafe soon realizes there's more to a person than a nickname, though, and Booger-Eater might be the kind of friend you want on your side when the boys from the Cool Cabin attack.