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Course_icon Personal Narratives - Hanke's Class   Lock16
Instructor: Melissa
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Tue, Mar 22 2016
Writing using descriptive words
Course_icon Gebler 2015-2016   Lock16
Instructor: Ellen
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Wed, Mar 16 2016
Course_icon Kindergarten Dioramas   Lock16
Instructor: Nicole valint
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Tue, Mar 15 2016
Research and Write
Course_icon Economics   Lock16
Instructor: Manoj Gawade
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Tue, Mar 15 2016
Role of Government Economics
Course_icon Where are you from? Lesson 2   Lock16
Instructor: Eric Haworth
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Mon, Mar 14 2016
Recap of material from Lesson 2 Spanish
Course_icon 5A Test   Lock16
Instructor: Travis Struchen
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Thu, Mar 10 2016
Just a test
Course_icon Cryer Test Class   Lock16
Instructor: marty cryer
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Mon, Mar 07 2016
Just a sandbox
Course_icon Fluency Practice  
Instructor: Kelley Peacock
Last Updated: Sun, Mar 06 2016
Students can practice fluency skills using the presentation.
Course_icon Moore's Third Grade 2015-2016   Lock16
Instructor: Moore
Note: This course requires enrollment
Last Updated: Fri, Mar 04 2016
This is our class.
Course_icon English I Skinnies 2015-16  
Instructor: Melissa Bass
Last Updated: Thu, Mar 03 2016
Fifth block skinny English I course

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As an eClassroom, courses are a powerful way to easily organize digital content, web applications, web sites, links to videos and files of all types. All content is presented within the eClassroom instead of launching students all over the Internet. This applies to your favorite web apps, like Socrative, Brain Pop, Spelling City or anything else out there.

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  • Links to web apps auto-embed
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  • Uploaded Videos stream on any device

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4. Course Timeline like a private Facebook
5. Course Blog is for student writing
6. Presentations are powerful:
  • Teachers can use to Flip Classroom
  • They can be Videos, KeyNotes, PDFs
  • They can be PPTs, Word, Excel
  • They stream and swipe
  • Students can show what they know
  • Students edit them to share in course
  • All types supported on all devices
7. Study Groups are like mini courses:
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  • They can be embedded from Google Docs
  • They can be embedded from Portal
  • They appear on the Calendar
  • Student hand-ins go into teacher dropbox
  • Teacher queues make reviews & grading easier
  • Teacher can send student feedback immediately
  • Students can hand-in multiple times
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