We have following classes coming up for WILD Wednesday:
- Using Blogs in your classroom – Nov. 9th
This class will show you how to setup a blog for your classroom and allow your students to publish their work or comment on other published work. What you are looking at right now is a blog. A blog consists of posts, such as this one, or static pages, like the ESAL link at the top of the page. You can use a blog to facilitate communication and enhance reading and writing skills of your students. You can decide you can post to your blog, and what comments can be posted. You can also sponsor student blogs, allowing them a creative outlet.
- How to use Atomic Learning – November 16
Atomic Learning provides literally thousands of movie tutorials on using the software already on your machine, including Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. This course will show you how to access the tutorials and how you may use them in your classroom.
- Using e-mail to communicate effectively – Nov. 30
This class will demonstrate how you can use e-mail to more effectively communicate with your peers, students, and parents, and how to save you time!
For more information, visit the WILD Wednesday Moodle course by clicking here.