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May 9th Admin Tech Training and Meeting

Admin Tech Training:  Please bring your iPads. Thank you!

 
Admin Tech Meeting: Please follow along on your iPads.



 

Posted by Kathy Kraemer in Admin Tech Training on Tuesday May 8, 2012 at 10:57PM
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Training for Anwatin Middle School: 10 Ways to Integrate International Mindedness into Your Classroom.

Here's where you can access the Google Doc for a chance to win great prizes.

Today's presentation:
Moving your students beyond flags, foods and festivals to becoming internationally-minded.

  1. DISCOVER other ways to live with the BLUE ZONES.
  2. TAKE the BlueZones Happiness Test.
  3. TAKE the BlueZones Vitality Test.
  4. TRACK wildlife migration and seasonal change with Journey North.
  5. EXPERIMENT with scale and historic events, natural disasters and more.
  6. BOOK a speaker to talk about international issues.
  7. CORRESPOND with a Peace Corp Volunteer for 2 years.
  8. CHECK OUT and pick up artifacts from NWS Multicultural Resource Center. 
  9. INVESTIGATE global issues with Global Issues in Context. (PW: tigers)
  10. WATCH the Youth for Human Rights short videos and create a PSA for human right of choice.
  11. REVIEW animated maps to see views of the world, poverty, transportation, communication and more.
  12. EXPLORE Google Earth. 
  13. TAKE the Internet with you on field trips. 
  14. INTRODUCE "absent narratives" into your teaching
  15. INTEGRATE media sources from Teachers' Domain into your teaching.
  16. COMPETE locally on issue related projects with worldsaavy.org.
  17. TAKE PART in the collective conversation with GlobalEngage.
  18. COLLABORATE on projects with international partners using ePals.
  19. PARTICIPATE in the GOOGLE Science Fair.
  20. MAKE an effort to alleviate poverty with KIVA.ORG.
  21. COLLABORATE with SKYPE educators.
  22. RECORD your SKYPE sessions with PAMELA.
  23. TEXT around the world for free with Whatsapp.

PLUS...WATCH this humorous video on understanding local knowledge

Posted by Kathy Kraemer in InternationalMindedness on Tuesday May 1, 2012 at 08:49AM
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iPad Tips and Tricks

Here's a great getting started site to guide you with the basics of setting up an iPad, syncing and organizing apps. 

Also, here's the iPad user guide that can also be found on the bookmarks section of your new iPad. It's the last bookmark listed.

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Posted by Kathy Kraemer in iPad tips and tricks on Tuesday April 17, 2012 at 05:22PM
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February 24th International Mindedness Training for MN IB Coordinators

Welcome! 

Here's where you can access the Google Doc for a chance to win great prizes.

Today's presentation:
Moving your students beyond flags, foods and festivals to becoming internationally-minded.

  1. DISCOVER other ways to live with the BLUE ZONES.
  2. TAKE the BlueZones Happiness Test.
  3. TAKE the BlueZones Vitality Test.
  4. TRACK wildlife migration and seasonal change with Journey North.
  5. EXPERIMENT with scale and historic events, natural disasters and more.
  6. BOOK a speaker to talk about international issues.
  7. CORRESPOND with a Peace Corp Volunteer for 2 years.
  8. CHECK OUT and pick up artifacts from NWS Multicultural Resource Center. 
  9. INVESTIGATE global issues with Global Issues in Context. (PW: tigers)
  10. WATCH the Youth for Human Rights short videos and create a PSA for human right of choice.
  11. REVIEW animated maps to see views of the world, poverty, transportation, communication and more.
  12. EXPLORE Google Earth. 
  13. TAKE the Internet with you on field trips. 
  14. INTRODUCE "absent narratives" into your teaching
  15.  INTEGRATE media sources from Teachers' Domain into your teaching.
  16. COMPETE locally on issue related projects with worldsaavy.org.
  17. TAKE PART in the collective conversation with GlobalEngage.
  18. COLLABORATE on projects with international partners using ePals.
  19. PARTICIPATE in the GOOGLE Science Fair.
  20. MAKE an effort to alleviate poverty with KIVA.ORG.
  21. COLLABORATE with SKYPE educators.
  22. RECORD your SKYPE sessions with PAMELA.
  23. TEXT around the world for free with Whatsapp.

PLUS...WATCH this humorous video on understanding local knowledge.

Posted by Kathy Kraemer in InternationalMindedness on Thursday February 23, 2012 at 10:54AM
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Leve 1/MS Google Form practice

Posted by Kathy Kraemer in Tech Training on Friday February 17, 2012 at 09:02AM
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Blogging Walk in time at Stevenson on Feb 16th.

Please stop by room 122 anytime between 8 and 3 to get set up with your blog.

Posted by Kathy Kraemer in Tech Training on Thursday February 16, 2012 at 08:32AM
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January 27th Staff Development for Fridley MS and HS Teachers

Moving your students beyond flags, foods and festivals to becoming internationally-minded.

  1. TAKE the BlueZones Happiness Test.
  2. TAKE the BlueZones Vitality Test. 
  3. EXPERIMENT with scale and historic events, natural disasters and more.
  4. BOOK a speaker to talk about international issues.
  5. CORRESPOND with a Peace Corp Volunteer for 2 years.
  6. CHECK OUT and pick up artifacts from NWS Multicultural Resource Center. 
  7. INVESTIGATE global issues with Global Issues in Context. (PW: tigers)
  8. WATCH the Youth for Human Rights short videos and create a PSA for human right of choice.
  9. REVIEW animated maps to see views of the world, poverty, transportation, communication and more.
  10. EXPLORE Google Earth. 
  11. TAKE the Internet with you on field trips. 
  12. INTRODUCE "absent narratives" into your teaching
  13.  INTEGRATE media sources from Teachers' Domain into your teaching.
  14. COMPETE locally on issue related projects with worldsaavy.org.
  15. TAKE PART in the collective conversation with GlobalEngage.
  16. COLLABORATE on projects with international partners using ePals.
  17. PARTICIPATE in the GOOGLE Science Fair.
  18. MAKE an effort to alleviate poverty with KIVA.ORG.
  19. COLLABORATE with SKYPE educators.
  20. RECORD your SKYPE sessions with PAMELA. 

PLUS...WATCH this humorous video on understanding local knowledge.

Posted by Kathy Kraemer in InternationalMindedness on Tuesday January 24, 2012 at 03:28PM
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