Microsoft Teams is a great place to host meetings and communicate with your students. You can invite your students directly, or you can send them a link once the meeting is created. Simply create a meeting in your calendar, select a time, and join the meeting.
Video includes setting up a meeting, inviting students through their Learn68 accounts and adjusting the meeting options so that all students are attendees.
Teams Meetings Features
This Video gives an overview of how to set up students as meeting attendees (instead of presenters), and how to control student audio, video and end the meeting for all participants.
Setting Up Meetings Using Links
Video includes how to set up a meeting and use the link generated to invite students to ta Teams meeting either through Google classroom or Microsoft Outlook (email), and how to keep participants emails private.
Parents or Students Accessing Meetings.
How a parent or student can enter into a teams meeting when receiving an email from Teams. This also includes a quick overview of student expectations while in a Meeting.
Managing Teams Attendees
This Video gives an overview of how to remove students and add as presenters during a meeting with your students. (1 min)
Pinning a File for Easy Access
This Video gives an overview of how to pin a file for easy access at the top of a channel. This includes files that are out of the channel that you want to share. (4 min)
Pinning a Website in a Channel
This Video gives an overview of how to pin a website for easy access at the top of a channel. It also gives some ideas of how to organize your channels for productivity (4 min)
Video includes navigating to your calendar, mail and contacts. It also shows you how to set up a contacts group (distribution list) and bcc when when sending out an email to a group.
Use this virtual calling card to review abstract numbers from nuc?a (one) to ‘apun (ten). Have students draw a 3 x 3 grid and fill it with numerals 1 – 10 in random order (one number will be left out). Then use the virtual activity to draw the cards and listen to the pronunciation of each word. Play 3 in a row or full house to win!
Discover the Universe is an astronomy training program offered by Canadian astronomers to supportteachers and educators. It offers free online workshops and webinars, as well as downloadable educational resources in English and in French.
Personal safety skills, online safety, friendships/relationships, through games, booklets, and activities.
Student’s and teachers can access audio books, digital books and magazines and more.
Check out the 3 Act Tasks created by Graham Fletcher. They are a great way to engage students in active problem solving.
A great collection of estimation activities that are offered in an engaging and interactive way.
Check out the amazing resources that the BCAMT has up on their website. Lesson ideas and rich tasks for K-12. There are even lessons aligned with books that are available to download right off the BCAMT website!
Have students start a conversation and see if they can figure out a reason why each of the images doesn’t belong. K-12
This site has many open middle problems. An open middle meaning that there are multiple ways to approach and ultimately solve the problem.
Lots of tasks, activities and videos for teachers, students and families building on research to teach math differently and to increase student engagement and achievement.
Activities range K-12.
The CEMC courseware materials feature grade 7 to 12 lessons, interactive activities, enrichment challenges, and unlimited opportunity for practice with feedback. The courseware is online, free to use, and does not require registration.
The Problem of the Week provides grade 3 and ups with an ongoing opportunity to solve mathematical problems.
Includes also resources for home (4-12).
Students can now explore this idea in new and unique ways and can manipulate their creations to represent their thinking in multiple ways.