Monday, December 17, 2018

iACT Announcements - Week of 12/17



Upcoming Dates
* December 21st - Early Release (Elementary/Intermediate @ 12:00, MS/HS @ 1:00 - Merry Christmas!
* January 7th - Lesson Fixer Upper
* January 8th - Campus Workday
* January 9th - New Teacher Meeting @ 3:45 at Central Office
* January 10th - 2nd Grade Report Card Meeting @ 3:30 at Central Office

Article on Strategies for Slow-Working Students

Jennifer Gonzales, author of Cult of Pedagogy Blog reposted this great article about strategies to use for slow-working students. Check out some great strategies she discusses that work with all students!

5 Ways to Display YouTube in Class Without “Related” Content
This article highlights five tools that you can use to display YouTube videos without showing the related video suggestions and comments - http://bit.ly/2CiZt6I

What is Formative Data?
Feedback is essential to a student’s learning story. That same feedback helps students set goals and determine what they have learned or not learned yet. How are students getting meaningful feedback in class and from their assessment evidence? - http://bit.ly/2CfWr2Y

Sunday, December 9, 2018


iACT Announcements - Week of 12/10


Upcoming Dates
*December 10th - Board Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.
*December 11th - Bilingual Coaching @ MMV (Emelia Ahmed)
*December 12th - Bilingual Coaching @ Fort (Emelia Ahmed), Relay Cohort @ 4:00 @ Fort
*December 14th - Paraprofessional Brunch
*December 21st - Early Release (Elementary/Intermediate @12:00, MS/HS @ 1:00 - Merry Christmas!

Fountas and Pinnell Resource
Building Momentum in Schools is a great resource for K-2 teachers. This website explains how the Fountas and Pinnell reading levels work and provides some great resources for parents. You will find some great flyers to send home to parents based on reading levels.

BrainPop
BrainPop has wonderful resources, lessons, and at home connections for families. Take a look at their educator site to access all the great content they have to offer - https://educators.brainpop.com/ 


Beyond Hour of Code
So many of our students participated in Hour of Code last week. Thank you for introducing and/or reinforcing computer science concepts with our students. Here’s blog post to extend Hour of Code
past the first week of December!
http://ditchthattextbook.com/2018/12/03/beyond-the-hour-of-code-20-free-lessons-for-teaching-computer-science/

Monday, December 3, 2018


iACT Announcements - Week of 12/3

Upcoming Dates
* December 3rd - English I EOC, Learn2Lead Meeting @ 4:00 @ CO
* December 4th - Algebra I EOC, Literacy Coaching @ MMV with (Jayne Knighton)
* December 5th - English II EOC, Benchmark Assessment System Training with Debbie Jarzombek, K-8 Textbook Adoption Meeting @ CO (2:30 p.m.)
* December 6th - Biology EOC, Literacy Coaching @ Fort (Jayne Knighton)
* December 7th - US History EOC
* December 10th - Board Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.
* December 11th - Bilingual Coaching @ MMV (Emelia Ahmed)
* December 12th - PBMAS Meeting with Core Team @ 8:30 @ CO Training Room), Bilingual Coaching @ Fort (Emelia Ahmed),
* December 14th - Paraprofessional Brunch

Education Galaxy Lift Off
Struggling learners need extra support. Liftoff will build confidence for your at-risk students and provide the support and instruction they need to improve.
* First, students take an adaptive diagnostic to determine their level on a variety of skills.
* Once their level is determined, students work at that level and quickly elevate to more difficult concepts.
* Alien Explanations provide immediate instructional videos for every missed question.
* Games, collectible rockets, and alien rankings, make Liftoff fun and engaging for students.
* Video overview - https://educationgalaxy.wistia.com/medias/ca62y0027c

Education Galaxy does not automatically make Lift Off available to all students. Teachers need to activate Lift Off for their students. Here’s a video showing how to do this:
* Activate Education Galaxy Lift Off:
https://educationgalaxy.wistia.com/medias/zfhmtmc350


Studies Weekly
It seems that sometimes, Studies Weekly automatically assigns the publications to students based on their grade level. Sometimes, it doesn't. We called Studies Weekly and they can’t say why this happens!


If yours is an account that's not assigning publications automatically, here's what you need to do.
* Sign in to your teacher account.
* Go to Classes, Manage Publications
Assign the publications to students in this location.


Sunday, November 25, 2018


iACT Announcements - Week of 11/26

Upcoming Dates:
* November 26th - IDC Meeting @ CO @ 4:00 p.m.
* November 27th - Literacy Coaching @ Davis (Jayne Knighton), Relay Cohort to training in Dallas
* November 28th - New Teachers Meeting @ 3:45 p.m. @ CO, SAC Meeting @ 4:00 p.m. (CO)
* November 29th - Literacy Coaching @ Scott (Jayne Knighton),
* November 30th - First Responders Luncheon at CO
* December 3rd - English I EOC, Learn2Lead Meeting @ 4:00 @ CO
* December 4th - Algebra I EOC, Literacy Coaching @ MMV with (Jayne Knighton)
* December 5th - English II EOC, Benchmark Assessment System Training with Debbie Jarzombek, K-8 Textbook Adoption Meeting @ CO (3:45 p.m.)
* December 6th - Biology EOC, Literacy Coaching @ Fort (Jayne Knighton)
* December 7th - US History EOC

TEKS Resource System Pacing Guides
If you use TEKS Resource System (ELAR, SLAR, Math, Science, Social Studies), Region 10 has pacing tools that help you plan each unit to meet the designated number of days. In order to login, you will need to login to your Region 10 account and when prompted to put in the pacing tool password, enter “R10pacingtools”. These tools provide performance assessments, daily teaching suggestions, and formative assessment ideas. These are extremely helpful in planning units and to fully understanding the scope and contents of each unit. Be sure to check them out!

John Hattie’s High Impact Teaching Strategies:
A great reminder on the importance of John Hattie's High Impact Teaching Strategies:
1.) Your actions can make a difference despite other hurdles that your students may face.
2.) Some approaches to your work as a teacher are likely to have a far larger impact than others. Therefore, it makes sense to start with those.
3.) No approach to teaching will work for every student, all of the time. As a result, you need to be always aware of the impact that you are having on your students. Then you adjust your approach when necessary.
Check out his website for more information

Sunday, November 11, 2018

iACT Announcements - Week of 11/12

Upcoming Dates:
* November 12th - SLO Check #1 for Teachers, Literacy Coaching @ Scott (Jarzombek)
* November 13th - Literacy Coaching @ Vernon (Jarzombek), Literacy Coaching @ MS (Jayne Knighton),
2nd Grade Report Card Meeting @ CO (3:30)
* November 14th - Bilingual Coaching @ Davis (Ahmed)
* November 17th-25th - HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!!

* Teachers should be ready to fill out the Student Growth Tracker. Here are the directions for
what teacher need to do!
* Documentation will be done on a Google Sheet- Here is the link to the Google
form for the Student Growth Tracker. It will force you to make a copy. The link will be placed
in Strive. See the above directions on where to place the link to your Growth Tracker Document in Strive.
* The dates for each of the progress checks is listed on the form - Nov 12th, January 14th, and February 18th.
* Remember that the point of the checks is for teachers to adjust instruction for the students
who are not growing - not just document where kids are.

Don’t Know Where to Start with Bulb?
Here’s an awesome STARTER ASSIGNMENT for you and your students. https://www.bulbapp.com/u/bulb-starter-assignment~2

12 Good Educational YouTube Channels for Young Learners 
This list of interesting YouTube channels provides educational video content for kids. The (channels) cover a heterogeneous set of educational topics using fun, entertaining, and colorful animations. Kids will get to learn basic math concepts, literacy skills, explore the world around them, engage in creative hands-on activities, experiment with various ideas and challenges, learn through nursery rhymes and music and many more.

Sunday, November 4, 2018


iACT Announcements - Week of 11/5

Upcoming Dates:
* November 5th - Literacy Coaching @ Davis (Jarzombek). STEM Innovators Coaching Day (HS), E2L Meeting @ 4:00 @ CO with Sean Walker
* November 6th - Literacy Coaching @ Fort (Jarzombek). STEM Innovators Coaching Day (MS),
* November 8th - Literacy Coaching @ MMV (Knighton)
* November 12th - SLO Check #1 for Teachers, Literacy Coaching @ Scott (Jarzombek), IDC Meeting @ CO (4:00 p.m.)
* November 13th - Literacy Coaching @ Vernon (Jarzombek), Literacy Coaching @ MS (Jayne Knighton), , 2nd Grade Report Card Meeting @ CO (3:30)
* November 14th - Bilingual Coaching @ Davis (Ahmed), STEMFormation Training @ CO (STEAM Cohort Group)

Presenter Badges
On your Badging poster, you might have noticed the circles for presenters at the bottom of the poster! (see illustration below) We certainly want to honor those of you who are taking the time to share best practices, resources, and strategies that help all of us to grow. You can earn prizes for filling up those circles and it is really easy to do!!!!!




You can earn presenter badges for presenting on a WOW Wednesday, a Lunch and Learn, a faculty meeting, or Lesson Fixer-Upper, etc! The easiest way to earn one of those badges is to plan and present at a faculty meeting or PLC meeting! All you have to do is let your principal or iACT coach know what your plans are and they will help you submit your sign-in sheet to Amber Medlin (iACT’s fabulous Admin Assistant). Amber will get your session entered in Eduphoria so that you receive credit for the PD.

One of the goals of teacher led PD is to continue to ensure equity for our students. The more that teachers share best practices and resources, the more likely it is for ALL children to learn. Feel free to let other campuses know if you offering a session or keep it small by inviting only your PLC. ANYTHING that helps you ensure students are learning and you share with your colleagues can count for PD! Please see Glenda, Dana, Kristen, and Valerie and your principals for ideas!

Edgenuity MyPath
Many MS and HS staff members have received training on Edgenuity MyPath. MyPath is a supplemental program for grades 7-12, designed to meet students where they are in reading and math, and give them the specific instruction and practice they need to catch up and keep up. Here are a few resources to guide you as you use this with your students.
* Slides - http://bit.ly/2ALHMvT
* Parent Information for At-Home Use: http://bit.ly/2AzRCRi
* Edgenuity Reports and Data - http://bit.ly/2ALI06d

Education Galaxy - translate to Spanish
Did you know students have the option to receive some of the Education Galaxy instruction in Spanish? To change the language preference for students, see these instructions - http://bit.ly/2AMghlK

Have You Seen This Blog?
Some good resources for teachers - https://brenhamtechdaily.blogspot.com/

Sunday, October 28, 2018


iACT Announcements - Week of 10/29

Upcoming Dates:
* October 29th - Bright Bytes Survey open through the end of the week! District Improvement Council Meeting @ CO (4:15 p.m.)
* October 30th - Literacy Coaching @ Davis (Knighton)
* October 31st - Superintendent’s Advisory Council @ 4:00 @ CO
* November 1st - Bilingual Meeting @ 8:30, Literacy Coaching @ Fort (Knighton)
* November 2nd - Bilingual Coaching @ Vernon (Emelia Ahmed)
* November 5th - Literacy Coaching @ Davis (Jarzombek). STEM Innovators Coaching Day (HS), E2L Meeting @ 4:00 @ CO with Sean Walker
* November 6th - Literacy Coaching @ Fort (Jarzombek). STEM Innovators Coaching Day (MS)


SLO - Student Learning Objectives
* Teachers should be ready to fill out the Student Growth Tracker. Here are the directions for what teacher need to do!* Documentation will be done on a Google Sheet- Here is the link to the Google form for the Student Growth Tracker. It will force you to make a copy. The link will be placed in Strive. See the above directions on where to place the link to your Growth Tracker Document in Strive.
* The dates for each of the progress checks is listed on the form - Nov 12th, January 14th, and February 18th.
* Remember that the point of the checks is for teachers to adjust instruction for the students who are not growing - not just document where kids are.


Bulb - Learn At Your Own Pace!
bulb is the digital portfolio for education where students, educators and professionals curate, share and showcase. We’re seeing lot of staff and students jumping on board! If you’d love to learn more so you can implement it with your students, why not work AT YOUR OWN PACE with these online courses? Bulb 101 contains 9 lessons; Bulb 201 has 6 lessons. https://www.bulbapp.com/u/bulb-master-course


Photo/Clipart Sites to Share with Your Students:
It’s always hard to find good photo and clipart sites that are appropriate to use in the classroom, free of copyright restrictions. Here are a few to try out and share with your students.
**Note the graphic and suggested ages for each site.
Pixabay  - https://pixabay.com/en/
Unsplash
https://unsplash.com/

Photos for Classhttps://www.photosforclass.com/

Sunday, October 21, 2018


iACT Announcements - Week of 10/22

Upcoming Dates:
* October 22nd - ELAR Cohort (K-2), Bilingual Coaching @ Davis (Emelia Ahmed), Discovery Ed Admin Coaching (Cherry -AM, Herndon - PM)
* October 23rd - Bilingual Coaching @ Fort (Emelia Ahmed), Discovery Ed. Admin Coaching (MS and HS)
* October 24th - STEMFormation Training Day @ CO (8:30 a.m.), Bilingual Coaching @ Vernon (Emelia Ahmed), New Teacher Meeting @ 4:00 p.m. @ CO
* October 30th - Literacy Coaching @ Davis (Knighton)

New ELAR TEKS:

Preparing for the new ELAR TEKS? TCTELA is here to help with PD2Teach. Teachers are leaders from across the state met in PLC’s to discuss the standards and implications for classroom instruction. In a series of videos for each strand, you an hear the discussion and access resources to support the curriculum development at your campus. Previously password protected with a login to the bulb digital portfolio, videos and resource materials for the introductions and strands 1-4 are now available FREE at http://at.bub.re/sRN. Videos and resources for strands 5-7 are expected to be available by January.

Research-based Strategies that Accelerate Student Learning
This is a great article about John Hattie’s work and what strategies accelerate student growth.

CommonLit:
CommonLit is a free reading resource for teachers

Sunday, October 14, 2018

iACT Announcements - Week of 10/15

Upcoming Dates:
* October 15th - PD Day Plans
* October 16th - Parent Conference Day
* October 17th - Writing Coaching at Ruth Cherry (Knighton)
* October 18th - Writing Coaching at Herndon (Knighton)
* October 22 - ELAR Cohort Meeting Day 2 (K-2), Bilingual Coaching @ Davis (Emelia Ahmed)


NEW Science TEKS in Eduphoria
Below are a few updates to Eduphoria and the new Science TEKS.
* Aware - Per communication from Eduphoria - A script ran which removed old science TEKS and added new streamlined science for all courses.
What this means:
* A user building a new test in Aware will only see the streamlined standards as options for items or for * searching the item bank.
* A test previously aligned to old SEs will still be aligned to those SEs.

* Forethought - Old TEKS for K-8 and Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Integrated Physics and Chemistry were removed and 2017 streamlined TEKS were added.


Tech Tip of the Week:
Four Google Slides Tips For Amazing Presentations - The four important tips below will enable you to tap into the potential of Google Slides while also allowing you to create engaging presentations that will amaze your audience. - http://bit.ly/2OPqJkn


CK-12 Online Resources
If you teacher Middle School or High School, you will want to take a look at the resources that CK-12 has to offer. At this link, you can look at Flex Books that can help your students to fill gaps in their knowledge and skills. These books, once downloaded, allow students to access the content, adaptive activities, and simulations even when they are offline. This FREE resource offers lots for students and teachers!

Monday, October 8, 2018


iACT Announcements - Week of 10/8

Bulb
Bulb has a new starter course, which is a great way for teachers to introduce Bulb to students. You can find it at https://www.bulbapp.com/u/get-started~2 

October 15th Professional Learning
Here’s a link to the overview of our day of learning - https://tinyurl.com/yat8kf8y
If you have questions regarding your assignment, please ask your campus leadership for assistance. It’s going to be a great day!

Upcoming Dates
October 10th - Test Editor Training (3:45 @ Admin)
October 16th - Parent Conference Day- here’s a link to the Parent Conference training held last week - http://bit.ly/2Nt6Iex 

Tech Tip of the Week 
ytCropper lets you share just a portion of a YouTube video by specifying the start time and end time of the video that you want others to see. To do this simply go to the ytCropper site then paste in the URL of the YouTube video that you want to share. Once you have done that you can specify the start and end time of the portion of the video that you want people to watch. ytCropper will generate a link to the cropped version of the video. Share that link to have people watch your specified portion of the video.

Need Writing Prompts? 
This blog post from Free Tech for Teachers, provides links to "Seven Good Places to Find Writing Prompts" - check it out! http://bit.ly/2NtFpkx


MAKE IT A GREAT WEEK!


Monday, October 1, 2018

iACT Announcements - Week of 10/1

Trainings this Week:
WOW Wednesday - 3:45 @ Admin
* Guided Reading Encore (K-6)
* Parent Conference (any interested)  


Education Galaxy
We had a great training last week at Central Office. Below are lots of additional resources
for Education Galaxy.
* Best Practices- http://educationgalaxy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Best-Practices-blue.pdf
* Alien Card Set - http://educationgalaxy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/2018-2019-Alien-Card-Set.pdf
* Getting Started - https://wi.st/2DLjPZ3
* Education Galaxy Liftoff - https://wi.st/2DIjruk
* Alien Arena - https://wi.st/2DJLz01
* Mini Lessons - https://wi.st/2DLyymZ


BrainPOP 101
Learn how to use BrainPOP with your students in this introductory course for teachers.
You’ll get to know BrainPOP by trying movies, assessments and creative tools
for yourself- http://bit.ly/2QfH7rc

Bulb
Have you considered how you will assess student learning on their digital portfolios in Bulb? Here is a rubric created by Joan Vandevelde, but don’t use it exactly as written! Instead, use it as a way to get the conversation rolling about what aspects of a digital portfolio are important for your specific group of students. ANOTHER BULB TRAINING WILL BE SCHEDULED SOON!


HAVE A GREAT WEEK OF LEARNING!!


Saturday, September 22, 2018

iACT Announcements - Week of 9/24


Discovery Education Spotlight on Strategies
If you haven't had a chance to go to Discovery Education and check out their spotlight on strategies,  you definitely should.  To get to this great resource, go to Clever and login with your Active Directory login.  Click on the Discovery Education Login and in the Search bar, type SOS.  At the bottom of this page are many video that show you how the strategies can be used in the classroom.




If you click on the orange bar in the header, it will take you to the SOS strategies page.  There are many strategies available for a variety of purposes in the classroom (Assessment, Questioning, Summarizing, Vocabulary Development, etc.).


All of these strategies are designed to increase engagement in the classroom.  I hope you will check them out.  If you try one of them, please post your activity on Twitter using the #RCISD Joy and #RCISDSOS.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

iACT Announcements - Week of 9/17

Information we got from Bulb:
“In the midst of trying to fix automated emails, we accidentally triggered one more
that indicated your bulb account has been downgraded. Please ignore this
email. All the accounts are bulbSchool accounts and have not been changed.”


Trainings:
Bulb - If you missed the training during inservice or you need a refresher, we are offering a
WOW Wednesday Bulb training on September 19th from 3:45 - 5:00 in the Training Room
at the administration building. Bring your laptop!

Education Galaxy - If you're new to Education Galaxy or you're ready to dive deeper

into all it has to offer, then you'll want to attend a WOW Wednesday training on September
26th from 3:30 - 5:00 in the Training Room at the administration building. Be sure to bring
your laptop!


Education Galaxy - adding new students
Education Galaxy is our only program (at this point) where we can't have our system automatically
roster new students into the program. Teachers add new students, if you get one!

Steps:
*When you login, click on the Student Center tab.
*Click on Add Student.
*There is where you'll add your new student
*Their username and password is their student ID no.
























TEKS Resource System Updates
Here is the monthly update for TRS. As you know, TEKS Resource System
is the platform for our District Curriculum. Each month this SMORE from
Region 10 will highlight new updates.

Sunday, September 9, 2018

iACT Announcements - Week of 9/9

Should Students be required to take notes?
Jennifer Gonzales, and educational blogger that I follow, posted a fabulous review on the research about note-taking on her blog "Cult of Pedagogy". She condensed the information into 8 key take-aways that are quick to absorb and apply to your own classroom.

If you have ever wondered whether students should be required to take notes, this is a really great read. She also covers Cornell note-taking and Sketch notes and even how the 2 can be combined. I hope you will check it out!


Bulb Training
If you missed the training during inservice or you need a refresher, we are offering a WOW Wednesday Bulb training on September 19th from 3:45 - 5:00 in the Training Room. Bring your laptop!


Education Galaxy Training
If you're new to Education Galaxy or you're ready to dive deeper into all it has to offer, then you'll want to attend a WOW Wednesday training on September 26th from 3:30 - 5:00 in the Training Room at the administration building. Be sure to bring your laptop!

The trainer will cover the basic Education Galaxy program, which is great for Tier 1 instruction for Math and Reading/Writing (and Science and Social Studies for some grades.) You'll also be able to learn about Lift-Off, a supplemental part of the program that can be used for Tier 2 and 3 intervention for students.



Monday, September 3, 2018



iACT Announcements - Week of 9/2




Brain Pop is a tremendous resource for students and the classroom. BrainPOP has created animated, curriculum-based content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement.

From their website.....Ideal for both group and one-on-one settings, BrainPOP is used in numerous ways in classrooms, at home, and on mobile devices, from introducing a new lesson or topic to illustrating complex subject matter to reviewing before a test. All of our resources are supported by BrainPOP Educators, our teacher community now more than 165,000 members strong and featuring free lesson plans, video tutorials, professional development tools, graphic organizers, best practices, groups and forums, and much more.

Royse City ISD has purchased BrainPOP, BrainPOP ESL, and BrainPOP Jr. for use by our students and staff. Be sure to check out all this resource has to offer. You can access these resources through Clever. Check out all that BrainPOP has to offer!

Sunday, August 26, 2018



iACT Announcements - Week of 8/27


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Eduphoria - Update Profile
As the new school year begins it is important for staff to update profile information in Eduphoria to make sure grades, subjects, and profile data is accurate for the new school year. Your profile must be updated for you to be able to sign documents electronically in Eduphoria. (Write down your security question answer (case sensitive). You will need it when signing your evaluation.
*See this page on the iACT blog for instructions and a video:
http://www.rciact.org/p/printable-help-sheets.html

Bulb
If you got an email about payment due for Bulb, disregard. It was an email 
glitch from the company.

Online Student/Staff Programs
Most programs are up and fully operational (Bulb, textbooks, Discovery Education, etc.)If you have login or other issues with digital resources, call or email Amy Hopkins in the curriculum office - amy.hopkins@rcisd.org

Clever
RCISD uses the web application Clever as a way to assist staff and students with easily logging in to many district online programs. No more remembering websites and hard-to-remember passwords!
Go to www.clever.com. Sign in with either your Google credentials or Active Directory credentials (what you use to log into your computer.)


After accessing the website, click on the icon of the needed application and:
1. You will either be routed to the website and be immediately logged in -- referred to as Single Sign On (SSO) OR
2. For applications that don't allow Single Sign On (SSO), the icon will take the user to the website and will allow you to manually sign on from there. Login with your Active Directory log-on (the same credentials you use for your classroom computer.)


See the iACT blog here for a list of programs and how to access -
http://www.rciact.org/p/online-resource-links.html

Sunday, August 19, 2018

TeachWriting.org


If you need ideas for teaching writing to your students TeachWriting.org is a gold mine of resources for the K-12 writing teacher.  Teachwriting.org is a very active blog with practical ideas teachers can use on a daily basis. 

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Educational Websites for Teachers

As we start a new year, check out these websites for a variety of content areas - Math, ELAR, Science Social Studies, Chemistry, Music Art, etc.  I hope you find something you have not seen before!

Sunday, August 5, 2018

11 Good Tools for History and Social Studies Teachers

These great websites and tools really help Social Studies teachers with up-to-date resources for students.  Everything from primary source documents to interpreting data are included.  Check them out.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Common Sense Media - Lesson Flows


Common Sense Media is "the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology." They empower parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives.
 
The website now has a section called Lesson Flows which contains pre-made lesson plans that teachers and educators can appropriate to their own teaching situations. These lesson plans are digitally focused and integrate a number of educational web tools and mobile apps to provide teachers with practical working examples of the effective use of technology in classroom.
In Lesson Flow, teachers can also upload their own lesson plans to share with others.
See the video below for an overview.


Revolutionizing Learning 2018

It's almost time! The Revolutionizing Learning Conference is brought to you by a partnership made up of CSTA districts, TCEA, and Region 10 ESC. This two day conference is filled with empowering keynotes, engaging breakout sessions, and inspiring vendor and poster sessions. Sign up at www.rlchat.com. We hope to see you there!