Instructional Technology Resource Site

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Welcome to the new CCPS Instructional Technology Resource Site! Carroll County is excited to be moving forward with multiple instructional technology opportunities as a result of our CCPS Instructional Technology Plan! This site will help keep you up to date with professional development opportunities, resources, tutorials, and more!

"Closing Down" Your Google Classrooms

"Closing Down" Your Google Classrooms

At the end of the school year, you must follow a series of steps to "close down" your Google Classroom, so students do not have a space that is unmonitored. The SlideDeck below has 4 steps everyone must do, and then some other tips or considerations.

End of the Year: Google Classroom - Steps and Considerations

Where's "Waldo"?

Can You Find Your Colleagues?

  • Join us in creating a collaborative "Where's Waldo" activity for CCPS!
  • Simply click on the button below the Waldo GIF to access the file and drop your Bitmoji anywhere on the page!
  • Then, add your name in the numbered list in the speaker notes! Remember, everyone has edit rights to this file, so do not delete or move things that are already in place!
  • The slide is embedded below - see if you can find your friends!

Can You Find Your Colleagues?

Quick Links

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Remote Learning Opportunities

Click here to access our newest section with information about Remote Learning Opportunities!

Monthly Newsletters!

Health and Safety Best Practices

Click to watch the video on Health and Safety Best Practices for Digital Devices in the Classroom. Always be mindful when using digital resources of screen time, posture, and to incorporate movement and social activity breaks.

CCPS Instructional Technology Team

Supervisor of Media & Technology

Kathleen Brunnett

Coordinators of Instructional Technology

Terry Duryea

Kelly Hammond

Adam Weller

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