Peer Coaching Training August 14 2012

Coaching Overview Please read pgs 1-6 Coach

Coaching Roles and Responsibilities

Planning Worksheet

Hudson Joint Brochure
Coaching Brochure.pdf
Coaching Brochure.pdf

Coaching Brochure.pdf



PM Session Day 1
Lesson Quality Characteristics

AM Day 2
Visual Ranking tool 21st Century Skills

To Register for a Teacher Workspace on the Intel site: Register

Designing Effective Projects Intel lesson bank





Lesson Improvement Template Document:

Post your Lesson Template in the Chart below. Make sure you have renamed your document to include your name or the name of your lesson.

Teacher Name
Lesson template
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Windows Live
Explore Web-Based Collaboration
Introduction
How can students share documents and other resources while working on a group project? What resources are available from Microsoft?
Getting Started
Students can benefit from using a shared workspace to store documents, photographs, to do lists, and calendars.
In this activity, you'll explore free Web 2.0 resources available from Microsoft that you might use with students.
Explore Windows Live Tools
  1. Go to Windows Live (http://home.live.com). Use your Windows Live ID to sign in and explore resources available on Windows Live.
  2. Explore the Windows Live Home under the Windows Live icon. Features include:

    • Home—Returns you to your personal Windows Live Home page.
    • Devices—Up to 5 GB of free storage space to sync documents, photos, and other files between your SkyDrive and your computer using Live Mesh; allows files larger than 50MB per upload
    • SkyDrive—25 GB of free storage space for documents, photos, multimedia and more. File size is limited to 50MB per upload. Video on features: Sky Drive
    • Mobile—A variety of tools available for mobile phone apps
    • Downloads—Free Windows Live Essentials 2011 download, which includes Photo Gallery, Movie Maker, Live Mesh and Blogging software and more


  1. Explore the Office menu to access documents stored on your SkyDrive, create or access Groups for collaboration, and access Office Web Apps.

    • Office Web Apps allow you to work in an online environment to create and share Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote files (even if you don't have the software on your computer for these programs).
    • Groups allow you to create a collaboration space where students or colleagues can collaborate. Store and share documents, presentations, photos, movies and more. Create a group calendar, invite members, and edit shared work.
    • Consider how Groups might be used to create a collaborative space for students to work.


  1. To learn more about Office Web Apps view the video and teacher guides athttp://www.microsoft.com/education/teachers/guides/office_webapps.aspx

  2. Visit Microsoft Education (http://www.microsoft.com/education) to explore useful teacher guides and on demand webcasts for a variety of educational products.
Conclusion
  1. Discuss how you might use these resources with students.
  2. Include those that seem useful to your school on your Coaching Portfolio.