May I Help You!
the last time you had a COW? Computer On Wheels,
that is! There are simple ways to use a COW in your
classroom to improve retention and student engagement in
your classroom. I would be glad to show you a few
tricks. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call me at 494-3607!
learn more from activities and Internet sites on the
computer when the learning is combined with dialog from
the teacher or when using the computer collaboratively
with another student.
E., O’Keefe, B., and Scantlin, R., (2000) .
Children and Interactive Media; Markle Foundation.
out your email box
Have you received a message
from the System Administrator telling you that your
inbox has exceeded it's size limit? If so there are a
couple of quick easy ways to make more room.
You may highlight
several things (but not everything) by holding the
Ctrl key down while you click. This allows you to
leave a few items unselected.
- First make sure that you
don't have any messages with really large attachments.
(Hint: you can sort messages by size just by clicking
on the size heading in your inbox.)
- Check the Sent Items
folder. Highlight and delete any items in there that
you don't need.
- You may highlight
several things at once, by clicking on the first
item, holding the shift key down and then clicking
on the last item. That will highlight everything
Now that you've deleted
the Sent Items, you will need to empty your Deleted
Items folder before things are freed up. You can do this
by Right-Clicking on the Deleted Items folder and
choosing Empty Deleted Items.
If you have lots of messages
that you want to keep, but they are taking up too much
room, you can create personal folders for yourself that
will allow you to save messages on your hard drive so
that they won't take up room on the server. To learn how
to do this, visit my web page http://teach.fcps.net/trt10/tips.htm
and go to the Personal Folders link.
very special thank you to TRT Kim Overstreet for this helpful
Day - Southern
P.D. On PowerPoint
am the Earth
And the Earth is me.
Each blade of grass,
Each honey tree,
Each bit of mud,
And stick and stone
Is blood and muscle,
Skin and bone.
And just as I
Need every bit
Of me to make
My body fit,
So Earth needs
Grass and stone and tree
And things that grow here
That's why we
Celebrate this day.
That's why across
The world we say:
As long as life,
As dear, as free,
I am the Earth
And the Earth is me.