Intro:

Digital Coaches- How we can help you
http://www.gcisd-k12.org/Page/22844


Polling:

Please scan this QR Code with your QR reader on your smart phone:
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Resources:
http://www.polleverywhere.com/
FAQ Page -
http://www.polleverywhere.com/faq

More Information on QR Codes:
What are QR Codes?
https://sites.google.com/a/tcea.org/qr-codes-4-education/
QR Codes in Education
https://sites.google.com/a/tcea.org/qr-codes-4-education/qr-codes-in-education
Readers and Software
https://sites.google.com/a/tcea.org/qr-codes-4-education/readers-software
How to Create and Use QR Codes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-eerqFe4pY
Tech Chicks TCEA Presentation
http://techchicktips.wikispaces.com/qrqrazy
Using Google Spreadsheet to Auto Generate QR Codes
http://goo.gl/0tjaU
Use Google Shortener to Generate QR Codes
http://goo.gl/
QR Treasure Hunt Generator
http://www.classtools.net/QR/
I Spy a QR Code - Resources and Ideas
http://prezi.com/pwb3gj7jy3cc/i-spy-a-qr-code/
The Ultimate Educator's Guide to QR Codes
http://www.edlio.com/blog/2011/08/the-ultimate-educators-guide-to-qr-codes/

Videos:

Paper Slides


Planning Forms:

http://paperslide.wikispaces.com/Guidelines

Teacher Example (Explains How To Make a Paper Slide)

http://www.schooltube.com/video/a6423ff33f4f35e941d8/How%20to%20Make%20a%20Paperslide%20Video


Examples:

Multi Subjects- http://buhlerpaperslidevideos.wikispaces.com/Secondary+multi-topic+ideas
Science- http://weblogs.pbspaces.com/mrskolbert/2010/05/19/science-explanations-in-plain-english/
Multi Subjects- http://www.schooltube.com/search/?term=paper%20slide%20video
Hamlet- http://2differentiate.pbworks.com/f/hamletmovie4.swf
Twitter in Plain English- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddO9idmax0o



Audio:

Google Voice
Set up Google Voice- “Get a number”, pick a number, set a PIN, enter your mobile #, it will call to verify, Go to Settings, uncheck your phone under call forwarding.
Great Tutorial for setting up account.

Ideas for using Google Voice.
1.Students on a field trip phone in their responses to leading questions rather than sit on the floor in a museum scribbling a reflection on a worksheet.
2.Use their cell phone to interview someone and then collect the file from Google Voice to embed on a website.
3.Students call in to record their pronunciation of a vocabulary list. The teacher can check the work at their convenience rather than try to listen and offer feedback to each student within a single class period.
4.Students call in to offer status updates on group projects.
Students call in, each reading aloud a single chapter from a book or an original poem. The results are then downloaded and dragged into Audacity or Garageband, where they can be stitched together to create a collaborative audiobook.

Pictures:

Dropevent.com - http://www.dropevent.com/dropevent/gallery/send482710