Rotation #5

Lesson: Passwords and Digital Safety

Date Sept 14-21, 2012

Students will discuss the importance of creating a STRONG password and the reasons for using a password and keeping it private. We will discuss the components of creating a strong password with including numbers, letters, symbols and case.

The students will watch the Password Rap and learn about creating good passwords
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They will listen to the story, the Princess's Password

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BrainPop Internet Safety






Rotation #4

Lesson: Bad Netiquette Stinks!

Date Sept 14-21, 2012


3rd Graders will be using the NetSmartz workshop curriculum to continue to learn about Internet Safety and related issues. Today we will learn about how to behave online through appropriate conversations and the use of ALL CAPS, Emoticons and Smileys!

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If there's time, students can explore the Netsmartzkids.org website and play the games.

Rotation #3

Lesson: Evernote and the iPad

Date: Sept 6-13. 2012

Capturing Evidence of Learning on the iPad
  • log in to Evernote on the iPad
  • Find their My Learning Notebook
  • Make a new note
  • within the note, they will learn how to make a title, add a photo, add text and audio.
  • log out of Evernote

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Rotation: #2

Lesson: Generating a QR Code

Date: August 24- Sept 5, 2012


6th Grade Survey: Please click the correct link according to your classroom teacher. Take the survey before starting your QR Code lesson!
McIntosh and Nalley click this link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dEJKaUdHczZEQkppOGhWYlhiTG1rS1E6MQ
Hansen and Flavin click this link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dFZNaFotekFKcEJmNFhDUEFvX1RNZEE6MQ


Here are your directions for the lesson today. Please scan the code and complete the activity.

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Go to this website to generate your code. Select the FREE TEXT option and type your message in the text box.


http://www.the-qrcode-generator.com/

When you are done generating your QR Code, please click Download and open it in Preview and then PRINT it. We will use iPads to see if we can figure out who they belong to.

Rotation: #1

Lesson: QR Code Scavenger Hunt

Date: August 16-23, 2012


Welcome back to Trinity and the new IDEA LAB! This is a place where students and teachers can get together to create, plan, collaborate and celebrate amazing ideas!


Today we are going to participate in a QR Code Scavenger Hunt. What is a QR Code? How do you read it?

QR stands for Quick Response, it is a trademark that automotive factories used to track and mark their vehicles. The code consists of black modules (square dots) arranged in a square pattern on a white background. When you scan it, information is read and stored.



Mrs. Harris will introduce the lesson with "Where did Mrs. Harris go this summer?". The lesson is on the bulletin board. We will scan all of the codes and see where I went this summer!


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