eLearning : Media-Tech Resources (COVID-19)

eLearning : Media-Technology Resources (COVID-19)

Things to Think About, Things to Do!

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While the district/schools are out for COVID19 virus prevention, students can redirect and move forward with academics (class studies).

To assist students in using time way to reform (improve) study skills and test prep skills, students may use resources listed (Counselor's Corner). Here are a few additional media-technology...... 

Things to Think About and Things to Do

  • Use your phone or any device with Internet access to review APPs or Web Sites to support class studies and/or Milestone preparation.

    • Class Link Apps
      • Go to the district’s home page. Click here: www.bcsdk12.net

      • On the menu, Click Parents --> Click Class Link

      • Students sign in using their Computer Log In User Name and Password

        • Student Media-Technology Survey (Bright Byte)

          • Also Available in Class Link & Media Center Page

            • Students should complete the survey if not already done

      • Use Office 365 to access email
        • Students sign in using their email address and computer password
    • Weaver’s Web Page Links (Information Access)

       
      • Our School: Counselor’s Corner
        • COVID-19 Notice, FAQ Sheet, and Quick Tips Sheet
        • Other Counseling Resources

      • Student

        • Connections and Activities

          • Information about activities happening in school: Athletics, PBIS, Connections, Mentoring Programs, Media Center
             
        • Media Center Home Page:  General information

        • Media Center Page: “Art of Reading Program"

          • Washington Library’s Partnership with Bibb Co. School District and schools to encourage everyone to read - students, faculty/staff, and community!

            Note: Parents must complete a permission form for students to participate. Link to form is on the web page

        • Media Center Page: Reading Motivation Tips

          • How can students become a better reader? PICTURE it!


        • Media Center Page: Information Research Tips

          • How to Access (Find Information)
          • How to Evaluate Information (Check it Out)
          • How to Use and Organize Information
    • Parent Link

      • Web Sites listed for students (by subject areas)

        • Reading Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, etc.

      • Parent Media-Technology Survey (Takes about 15 minutes to complete)

        Note: Survey is anonymous and will provide data to support school improvement.

      • Counselor’s Corner: COVID-19 Notice, FAQ Sheet, Quick Tips Sheet, and Other Resources

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