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Take a peek inside a member of our North Clackamas Elementary Digital Learning Cadre
member's, (Harmony Brown) 4th grade classroom and see the digital tools she uses to enhance
writing, research, behavior management, video annotation, Google Classroom and Google Slides.
Milwaukie High School English Teacher Heidi Pullen increases student engagement, support and comprehension
integrating Chromebooks with EdPuzzle (a video annotation/comprehension and assessment tool)
A 3rd grade teacher Sue Boyes, from the NCSD Digital Learning Cadre,
applies her newly learned digital strategies with her students to help read and learn about Health content.
A 5th grade teacher Dixie Daniels, from the NCSD Digital Learning Cadre,
applies her new skills, strategies, CCSS and fun together with her students.
A 4th grade teacher Angie Richen, from the NCSD Digital Learning Cadre,
backchannels using TodaysMeet with her students.
Alisa McNaughton, a kindergarten teacher extends her and her students' letter recognition,
handwriting, phonics, speaking and digital literacy, integrating use of iPads in her class centers.
Take a peek inside a North Clackamas School District high school chemistry teacher's journey to a digital classroom in a very short time. David Castle shares his observations and key components in creating his engaging new teaching world.
1st graders CAN do so much!
North Clackamas Elementary Digital Learning Cadre member's (Elaine Gilmour, Lot Whitcomb Elementary)
integrates Chromebooks to enhance her students' research on penguins. Small group instruction leads to the students learning,
then finding a new partners to teach processes and skills via Google Classroom andGoogle Slides.
North Clackamas Elementary Digital Learning Cadre member Jane Johnston and her students study body systems in the human body. They demonstrate their learning by creating interactive body systems for the school and community to appreciate. Students worked in groups to research and create posters of the human body with QR codes to explain the body system.
Kindergarten students in Jill Sutton's class at El Puente teach one another double digit division using an iPad.
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North Clackamas Elementary Digital Learning Cadre member's (Susan Harvey, Erik Ofstie) collaborate to create a highly engaging student centered projects. Watch the video below to see how these students simulated a journey down the Oregon Trail using iMovie, QR Codes and student imagination!