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Kindergarten Readiness Skills

Kindergarten letter sounds video and audio recording.

Learn About Maps

Youtube video for Elementary. Preschoolers, kindergarten and primary school kids can learn about various types of maps and understand all the four directions.

Josh Opening Doors and Hearts

Youtube video about bullying and being kind etc.

Schoology Introduction

Schoology is an online learning, classroom management, and social networking platform that improves learning through better communication, collaboration, and increased access to curriculum and supplemental content.

Introduction to Musical Instruments

Youtube video Instrumental demonstrations prepared by the sections of the Portland Youth Philharmonic. These are done annually by the members of the orchestra for PYP's children's concerts, during which we perform for 10,000 schoolchildren at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.

Schoology Parent Communication Webinar

Webinar produced by Schoology on Parent Communication best practices.

Breaking Down the Steps to Content Curation

Youtube video discussing content curation.

14. A School Within A School from Most Likely to Succeed

A School Within a School THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *Can an existing school be transformed in a reasonable time frame? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this? *Is this model something your school should consider? What would prevent you from pursuing it? *Are the teachers and students forming this new program taking big risks? What is their upside? How do you think this will play out at this school? *With an approach along these lines, can our public schools innovate? Be as innovative, or even more innovative, than charter or private schools? *What micro-innovations could your school try to explore the possibility of forming a “school within a school”?

13. Purpose from Most Likely to Succeed

Purpose THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *What is the purpose of school? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this video? *Do our students come to school to learn, or just to get good grades? How do we know? How aligned are these goals? *Do our students approach their schoolwork with a sense of purpose? *Does community service in our school help students develop a sense of purpose? Do students create initiatives, or choose from options defined by adults? Are their efforts driven by intrinsic motivation, or mandatory? Is community service used as punishment? What message do we send to our students with our community service program? *What micro-innovations could we use to help students develop a stronger sense of purpose?

12. Failure and A Growth Mindset from Most Likely to Succeed

Failure and a Growth Mindset THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *How do we foster a growth mindset? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this video? *How is failure viewed in our school culture? For students? Teachers? *What is our student mindset around failure? *When a student is struggling, how do we handle the trade-off between giving them the answer, or letting them continue to struggle? *What are examples of assignments where students are encouraged to take risks, fail, and iterate until they produce something they're proud of? *What incentives within our school motivate students to embrace opportunities for failure? *What micro-innovations could we try that would give students more experience with recovering from failure?

11. Creativity

Creativity THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *Do schools kill creativity? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this scene? *Where in school are our students at their most creative? When students approach a problem in a way that isn’t being taught, are they penalized or rewarded? *Do our students have the opportunity to sharpen creativity through collaboration? *On balance, do we think our school is helping or hurting student creativity? Is our school driven by compliance or creativity? *Are teachers in our school allowed to be creative? Encouraged to be creative? *What micro-innovations we could try to foster student creativity? Teacher creativity?

10. A Test of Value from Most Likely to Succeed

A Test of Value THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *What is the purpose of assessment? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What struck you as noteworthy about this video? *Why are school tests structured the way they are? Does this make sense? *Do our assessments align with the skills we want our students to learn? *If students had open access to all resources, how would that affect our current tests? Under what circumstances should students not have access to outside resources? *What micro-innovations could we try to assess our own assessments? To explore ways to assess students in settings more like adult life?

9. What does It Mean To Learn? from Most Likely to Succeed

What Does It Mean to Learn? THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *What does it mean to learn? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this scene? *How do we know our students are retaining what they study and are tested on? *If someone gets an A on a test but forgets everything within a few months, did they learn it in the first place? What does it mean to learn? *What do we want students to remember from our classes a year from now? A decade from now? What lasting learning do we want them to take away? *What micro-innovation could we try to see if our students are really learning? To promote deeper learning?

8. Breadth vs Depth

Breadth vs Depth THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *What is the right balance between breadth versus depth? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this scene? *If you were designing AP U.S. History, what changes would you make? *Within our disciplines, what ideas might merit a month of investigation? A semester? What would keep us from doing this? *What micro-innovations could we try to gain experience in going into more depth?

7. An Innovative School Design from Most Likely to Succeed

An Innovative School Design THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *Who should be designing learning experiences? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS - PRIMARY *What strikes you as noteworthy about this scene? *What intentional design choices were made by the HTH founders? What is gained, and what is lost? *On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being a very traditional school and 8 being what we saw in this video, how would we rank our school? *In what direction should our school be moving? How urgently? What impedes change? · *What micro-innovations could we try that would give us experience with a model reflecting these design principles? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS - SECONDARY *Do our teachers have autonomy to design curriculum? Do students have a role? *What is gained by having the “teacher as designer”? What are the challenges? *Do all students need to learn the same things? *What micro-innovations could we try that would allow us to teach to our passions? To allow students to pursue their passions?

6. Decisions from Most Likely to Succeed

Decisions THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *At what age should a student make all of their decisions, and what role should school play in ensuring the success of this transition? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this scene? *In our classes and after-school activities, who makes most of the decisions – students or adults? *Have we asked students how they feel about their role in decision-making? Whether they feel their voice is heard? *What daily tasks could we turn over to our students that would give them more experience in making decisions? *Do we pay more attention to suggestions and complaints when they come from students versus parents? *What micro-innovations could we try that would give students more decision-making experience?

5. Public Exhibition from Most Likely to Succeed

Public Exhibition THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *What is the impact of making student work public? For students? For teachers? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What strikes you as noteworthy about this scene? *What are examples of public exhibitions of student work in our school? In other schools we’ve taught at or attended? What impact did they have? *What micro-innovations can we try to gain experience with public exhibitions of student work?

4. The HTH Wheel Project from Most Likely to Succeed

The HTH Wheel Project THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION What role should creating interdisciplinary solutions to complex, ambiguous problems play in a student's learning? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS What strikes you as noteworthy about this kind of student learning experience? What impact does engaging in this kind of work have on students? On teachers? What are examples along these lines we’ve seen at our school? At other schools we’ve taught at or attended? In the workplace? What conditions could we put in place to let students create their own projects? What micro-innovations could we try that would let our students take on a small-scale interdisciplinary project in the next month?

3. Parent Teacher Conference from Most Likely to Succeed

Parent Teacher Conference THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *Who owns the learning? How do we help students develop grit? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS - PRIMARY *What do you find noteworthy about this scene? *What would give the student more ownership of this discussion? How might this be helpful? *What might your goals be for this type of conference? *What advice might we give to the teacher about structuring this conference? About getting the student more engaged? What advice would you give the parent? the student? *What micro-innovations could we try in upcoming conferences to give the student more voice? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS - SECONDARY *Do students develop grit and character by working hard on something they don’t believe is important? How would your response change depending on whether or not you believe the assignment is important? *What micro-innovations could we try that would improve student engagement?

2. Who Owns the Learning? from Most Likely to Succeed

Who Owns the Learning? THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *Who owns the learning? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What do you find noteworthy about this scene? *How does student-to-student dialog benefit students? Teachers? *What strategies support student-led discussion vs. discussion funneled through the teacher? *How might we configure a classroom to support student-led dialogue? *In a typical class period, what percentage of time is a) the teacher talking to students, b) students responding to the teacher, c) students engaging in meaningful dialogue with each other, or d) students working on their own? How might we measure this? Should we? *What micro-innovations could we try that would make our classes more student-directed?

1. Essential Skills from Most Likely to Succeed

Essential Skills THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION *What skills and character traits are essential for students in the 21st Century? For career, citizenship, and life? OTHER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS *What do you find noteworthy about this scene? *Our current education model was defined over a century ago. What skills and character traits did the Committee of Ten want young adults to have for 20th Century assembly line jobs?? *On balance, are our students being prepared more for the 20th or the 21st Century? *How might we critique assignments on the basis of how they help our students develop essential skills? Do we already? Should we? *How might we assess student progress on essential skills? *What micro-innovations might help us reach community consensus on which skills are essential for our graduates? *What micro-innovations might help us determine our current effectiveness in developing these skills for our kids?

Blended Learning in the Classroom

Youtube video on Blended learning in the classroom

Scioto Ridge Jump Rope for Heart Video 2017

video from Scioto Ridge for Jump Rope for Heart 2017

Schoology Engaging Students in the First Grade Classroom

Schoology video demonstrating how a teacher uses Schoology in the first grade classroom.

Schoology Spotlight Elementary

Schoology video demonstrating using Schoology in a Kindergarten classroom.

Smart Recorder

How to use Smart Recorder to record a lesson or a Smart notebook lesson

Read & Write for Google Chrome Introduction

Series of Youtube videos that introduce the various features of Read & Write for Google Chrome.

Read & Write for Google Chrome Tutorial

Youtube video on Read & Write extension for Google Chrome.

Google Read & Write Extension

Introduction to Google Read & Write Extension.

Discovery Education Builder Tools

Discovery Education on using Builder Tools.

Discovery Educaion Quicklist and My Content

Discovery Education video on using the quicklist and my content features.

Discovery Education Search feature

Discovery Education video on how to search successfully for videos.

Discovery Education My DE

Discovery Education video on My DE dashboard.

Discovery Education Student Experience Board Builder

Discovery Education video on the student experience with Board Builder.

Sharing and Annotating Documents in Schoology

The basics of how Schoology's document and annotation tool work.

Newsela Annotations

Newsela video on annotations.

Newsela Write

Video from Newsela on writing prompts.

Schoology Part 3 Embed Media Webinar

Schoology Part 3 Embed Media Webinar

Schoology Part 1 Organize Course Materials

Schoology webinar Part 1 organize course materials

SMART Amp Pass Control

SMART Amp Pass Control

SMART Amp Follow Me

SMART Amp Follow Me

SMART Amp Adding an Assessment

SMART Amp Adding an Assessment

SMART Amp Adding Images to a Workspace

SMART Amp Adding Images to a Workspace

SMART Amp Navigating your Workspace

Navigating SMART Amp workspace

SMART Amp Workspaces Overview

Overview of SMART Amp workspaces.

SMART Amp Handing Out Copies

Hand out copies of SMART Amp workspace

SMART Amp Creating a Workspace

Creating a workspace with SMART Amp

SMART Amp Class Dashboard Overview

Overview of the SMART Amp Class Dashboard

SMART Amp Tour the Dashboard

Tour of the SMART Amp Dashboard.

SMART Amp Creating a Class

Creating a class in SMART Amp.

Gizmos Quick Start Video

Quick Start with Gizmos

Introduction to Algebra Gizmos

Explore Learning introduction to Algebra Gizmos

Getting to Know Smart Amp

Getting started with Smart Amp

Upward Lightening

This video demonstrates the impact of lightning.

Volcanoes

This is a youtube video on volcanoes. Use with 5th graders.

Horace Pippin

Information about Horace Pippin

Schoology how to save courses to Personal Resources

Schoology how to save courses to personal resources for end of the year.

Schoology Creating Test Questions

How to create test questions in Schoology.

Introduction to Google Spreadsheets

How to use Google Spreadsheets

Using Google Forms

How to use Google forms.

Google Drive: Presentation Tool

Introduction to Google Drive Presentation tool.

Schoology Rubric Tutorial

How to create a rubric in Schoology.

SRES JRFH 2016

SRES video about Jump Rope for Heart 2016.

Magic School Bus On Air

Magic School Bus On Air from YouTube

How to Screencastify

Tutorial on the Chrome app Screencastify.

What is Blended Learning

Short video on what is Blended Learning.

Kindergarten Sounds Movie

Sounds to practice entering into Kindergarten.

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Schoology Creating Test and Quiz Questions

How to create test and quiz questions in Schoology.

Schoology Grading Discussions

Schoology how to grade discussions.

Schoology Profile Updates

Schoology how to update your profile.

Schoology Profile Info

Schoology how to use profile info.

Schoology Profile Connections

Schoology how to use profile connections.

Schoology Profile Blog

Schoology how to blog from your profile.

Schoology How Do I Change My Profile Picture

Schoology how to change my profile picture.

Schoology Shared Discussions

Schoology how to share discussions.

Schoology Grading Discussions with a Rubric

Schoology how to grade discussions with a rubric.

Schoology Creating Discussions

Schoology how to create discussions.

Schoology Returning Assignments

Schoology how to return assignments.

Schoology Require Approval to Add Course Members

Schoology how to require approval to add course members.

Schoology Manage Materials in Folders

Schoology how to manage materials in folders.

Schoology How to Embed a Video in a Page

Schoology how to embed a video in a page.

Schoology How to Create a Course

Schoology how to create a course.

Schoology Grading Assignments

Schoology how to grade assignments

Schoology Folder Availability

Schoology how to set folder availability

Schoology Creating Inline Pages

Schoology how to create inline pages.

Schoology Creating Folders

Schoology how to create folders.

Schoology Creating Assignments

Schoology how to create assignments.

Schoology Creating and Editing Folders

Schoology how to create and edit folders.

Schoology Introduction to Courses

Schoology introduction to courses.

Schoology Course Updates

Schoology how to use course updates.

Schoology Course Files and Links

Schoology how to use course files and links.

Schoology Course Announcements

Schoology how to add course announcements.

Schoology Assignment Dropbox

Schoology how to use the dropbox with assignments.

Schoology Assignment Advanced Options

Schoology advanced options for assignments.

Schoology Align Standards

Schoology how to align to standards

Schoology Add Materials to Folders

Schoology how to add materials to folders.

Schoology Add Course Members using Add Members

Schoology how to add course members using add members.

Schoology Add Course Members using Access Code

Schoology how to add course members using access code.

Schoology Add Course Materials

Schoology how to add course materials.

Schoology Edit Resources

Schoology how to edit resources.

Schoology Add Resources

Schoology how to add resources.

Schoology My Resources: Share

Share my resources in Schoology.

Schoology Homepage Overview

Overview of Schoology Homepage

Cheshire's_Cultural_Connection

Dear Awesome Olentangy Community: If you get a chance check out the video created in celebrating our Cultural Connection at Cheshire!!! Thank you to Mikela Thomas, our amazing teachers, fantastic students and super parents for all of their support!!! Justin Syroka