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March Media Mentor Month

Following on from the Weekly Bulletin post about March Media Mentor Month, here is today’s challenge:


 

While the original post was primarily for parents, teachers are also encouraged to try some of these with their students as well. Try and complete as many of the activities in the calendar as you can throughout the month of March and if you would like to share with our community, make sure to mention @nischinaorg (on Instagram) or @NISChina (on Twitter or Facebook) so we can follow your progress! Together we can mentor each other to be more mindful and purposeful users of technology!

The rest of the calendar can be found below:

Are you mug-less?

Have you been wondering where your mug is lately? If so, perhaps it is one of these beauties that have been left in the theatre.

If you own any of these come down to the PAC and collect…

Helmet survey

G6-11 Helmet Survey

 

Hello. We are Katie and Suyoung from grade 8. For our CAS project, we are spreading awareness for bike and road safety. If you could help us out by taking this super-quick survey, that would be great. Survey closes Friday 29th March.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8Z5BQLS

Facility Notice

During Apr break:
1. Main building-Green Gym close for maintenance: Apr 1st & Apr 4th from 8:00am to 3:00pm.
2. Alarming system testing around whole school area (Fire drill & Lock down) : Apr 4th whole day.

Thanks for your cooperation.

Facility Department

March Media Mentor Month

Following on from the Weekly Bulletin post about March Media Mentor Month, here is today’s challenge:


While the original post was primarily for parents, teachers are also encouraged to try some of these with their students as well. Try and complete as many of the activities in the calendar as you can throughout the month of March and if you would like to share with our community, make sure to mention @nischinaorg (on Instagram) or @NISChina (on Twitter or Facebook) so we can follow your progress! Together we can mentor each other to be more mindful and purposeful users of technology!

The rest of the calendar can be found below:

Save Your Work Easier!

Attention students in grades 4-12!

Ever finish a great idea on the whiteboard, white-table or notebook and want to save it in a format that you can easily use for class? Want something better than just snapping a picture with your phone only to have to try and remember what day you took it, or what the picture immediately before and after it was? Do you wish it was searchable?

Well, Office 365 just made it a lot easier! Make your lives easier by downloading the OneDrive App on your phone or iPad today!

Create folders on the fly or use the ones that you’ve copied from your desktop, snap a picture, then select the folder and name the pic and voila! You have a neat photo or PDF now saved exactly where you need it (and it’s searchable from your laptop, tablet, or phone). Stay tuned for more info coming soon from a teacher or tech coach near you!

Download to your mobile device of choice here:

For a quick overview of how it works, check out the video for what it looks like on an Android Device below!

Known issues with Follett Destiny app on phones for checkout/checkin

There have been issues with scanning student IDs and textbook barcodes with the Follett Destiny app on teacher phones where the student and/or the textbook is “not found,” which is a pain. The solution from Follett is to reprint all IDs and barcodes and rebarcode all textbooks. That is not currently an option (unless you want to see what a nervous breakdown looks like). A more feasible workaround is to type in student ID numbers or names instead of scanning the ID, and typing in the textbook barcode instead of scanning it.

Do not include any letter when typing in student ID numbers or barcodes…just the numbers themselves. Please ask if you have any questions or issues, and we are looking into our options.

March Media Mentor Month

Following on from the Weekly Bulletin post about March Media Mentor Month, here is today’s challenge:


 

While the original post was primarily for parents, teachers are also encouraged to try some of these with their students as well. Try and complete as many of the activities in the calendar as you can throughout the month of March and if you would like to share with our community, make sure to mention @nischinaorg (on Instagram) or @NISChina (on Twitter or Facebook) so we can follow your progress! Together we can mentor each other to be more mindful and purposeful users of technology!

The rest of the calendar can be found below:

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