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Parent Tech Talk

  • Parenting in Digital World

    Posted by LauriBeth Hull at 3/10/2017
    If you missed Parenting in Digital World and k-12 Student Technology Summit on February 16 24 minute video of the event is now available. Below is a sneak peak at what happened.
     

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  • Natural Leaders and LMS--Setting Your Child up for Success

    Posted by Michael Weatherbie at 8/16/2016 3:00:00 PM

    A conversation about how LMS and the available online tools--Gradebook and Home Access Center--can help parents stay engaged in supporting their students' academic endeavors. 

    Presentation in Spanish

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  • Parent Tech Talk - Keeping Kids Safe Online & Atomic Learning

    Posted by Michael Weatherbie at 3/15/2016

    Common Sense Media is dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology.  Use this resource to access unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in kids’ lives.

    Also learn about Atomic Learning, 24/7 technology training tutorials available to students and parents!

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  • Parent Tech Talk - Keeping Kids Safe Online and Atomic Learning

    Posted by Jo Anne Buiteweg at 2/10/2016 7:00:00 PM
    Many parents today share an interest — and even sometimes a bit of concern — about their kids’ digital lives. We are hosting an evening for parent discussion and education about what you can do to help keep your kids safe online. Take home tips about how to talk to your kids about privacy, appropriate interactions online, sexting and cyberbullying.
     
    In addition to learning about safety - tonight's session introduced a powerful resource that can be used by parents, students and staff to build both an understanding and a practical knowledge of online tools and learning with technology as a resource.
     
    Safety resources:
    Key resource: Common Sense Media - Family Toolbox


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  • Parent Tech Talk - Naviance and Atomic Learning

    Posted by Jo Anne Buiteweg at 12/14/2015 7:00:00 PM

    Parents learn about our Naviance College and Career Readiness Planning Tool. In addition, learn more about utilzing Atomic Learning - a 24/7 technology tutorial series available to staff, students and parents using an LMS log in.

     

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  • Parent Tech Talk: Keeping Kids Safe Online

    Posted by Jo Anne Buiteweg at 8/19/2015 5:30:00 PM
    Many parents today share an interest — and even sometimes a bit of concern — about their kids’ digital lives. We are hosting an evening for parent discussion and education about what you can do to help keep your kids safe online. Take home tips about how to talk to your kids about privacy, appropriate interactions online, sexting and cyberbullying.
     

     
    Key resource: Common Sense Media - Family Toolbox

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  • Parent Tech Talk: Learning Alongside Your Kids

    Posted by Jo Anne Buiteweg at 8/10/2015 12:00:00 PM
    Parents, students and staff have access to several tools that help in communication and collaboration. During our first Parent Tech Talk we will explore three of these tools: Schoolwires, Atomic Learning and Google Drive.
     
    Tech Talk Tool Review: 
    1. Schoolwires - district website directions: http://www.everettsd.org/Page/4806
    2. Atomic Learning - self-paced learning resource
    3. Google Docs- create free account - students can use their EPS Google Docs account to share with their parents home Google Accounts
     You will need to be logged in to Atomic Learning to search:
    • Atomic Learning - How to use
      • My Training
    • Google Drive - An Introduction Training
     
    Access to Schoolwires, Atomic Learning, Gradebook and Home Access Center use a guardian LMS password. If you do not remember your user name or password or are uncertain if you have one, please email LMS@everettsd.org with all of your students' names, their birthdates and the schools they attend. 
     
           
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