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Securly Cloud 360: Prioritizing Student Safety and Device Management

Henderson County Public Schools are excited to share that we have purchased Securly 360 Cloud, a system designed to ensure student safety, provide internet filtering and device management tools for the classroom. This system has web-filtering for all device types including ways to monitor for cyberbullying, suicide and violence. It also provides Securly Classroom for […]

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Learning About Brain Breaks from NCDPI’s Innovative Learning Catalysts

The HCPS @Team spent last week in virtual conferences to keep our knowledge fresh and learn new things about how to make the best of teaching and learning during this crazy time. One of the sessions at the NCTIES (North Carolina Technology in Education Society) conference that hit home for us was a session on […]

Coming To Google Workspace

Coming to Google Workspace

Thank you, Google for Education! There are some exciting changes and updates coming to Google for Education! Here are a few we wanted to highlight for you; End a Meet Call for ALL participants This is a feature that has been highly requested in order to prevent students from rejoining meetings. Staff will be able […]

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Google’s New Classroom Video Series

With the help of Google Certified Trainers worldwide, Google has created a Google Classroom video series. This series is a collection of videos focused on solving teaching and learning challenges facing classrooms. These videos are categorized into Assessment, Communication, Creativity & Innovation, Differentiation, Family Engagement, Hybrid Learning, and Planning and Preparation.  Each category contains a […]

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At-Home Learning Resources from PBS North Carolina

PBS North Carolina, formerly UNC-TV, is now offering a variety of standards-aligned resources designed for students from preschool-12th grade. Check out some of the offerings which are offered now, or are coming soon. CLASSROOM CONNECTION Find math and language arts lessons designed for grades PreK-3 which are scheduled to air, but are also streamed online […]

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3 Google Classroom Tips for Management

Google Classroom is a wonderful instructional tool for teachers whether you are teaching face-to-face, online-only or in an hybrid environment. Staying organized can help you and your students stay on top of things! Here are a few tips for managing your students through Google Classroom. Tip #1: Use Topics for Organization Organize your classroom into […]

Discover Smithsonian Open Access

Smithsonian Open Access

Are you ready for awesome, high-quality resources? The Smithsonian Institute has opened “Smithsonian Open Access” for everyone in collaboration with Google Arts and Culture. You can share, download and reuse Smithsonian’s images with no worries of copyright! There are millions of images from which to choose. These are great for instruction, research projects, inspiration for […]

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Kicking Things Up a Notch with Classkick

Do you want to kicks things up a notch in your classroom?  Classkick may just be the educational technology tool you have been looking for to give you insight into your students’ learning. This tool is a browser-based application that provides teachers with a view of student work during the creation process. You can see […]

Personalizing Feedback with Your Voice

Personalizing Feedback with Your Voice

Providing students with prompt, insightful feedback is a vital part of student success and effective instruction. There are a variety of ways in which to provide feedback to students in both face-to-face and virtual environments. The most common of which is typed text feedback.  However, if you want to up your game and personalize your […]

Annotating Your Instruction

Annotating Your Instruction

Being able to show and model for students while explaining instructional concepts is so powerful. When teaching in a live and virtual environment, this can be challenging. Having tools which make that easy can make all the difference in the impact of your instruction. We have an idea that might help you when showing content […]

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