I put out a few resources to help with StudySync from both a student's and teachers perspective. These include:
- Modifications, Accommodations, and Scaffolding in StudySync
- Tips for troubleshooting StudySync/Google Classroom integration issues
- Content blockers could be interfering with StudySync and other tools. Check out this post to customize content blockers.
- Linking the StudySync app on an iPad to a student's account
Organize your Bookmarks
A helpful tip for both teachers and students. Watch this tutorial on creating folders and managing bookmarks in Google Chrome.
Being able to formatively assess student understanding is especially important in remote or hybrid learning situations. Using Zoom, Google Classroom, Mentimeter, and Kahoot are some great ways to easily gauge how your students are doing within each and any lesson. Check out this blog post to learn more.
Students at the middle and high school level have been assigned Zoom accounts and should be logging into each meeting with their NPS Google account.
Student Help Links
- Log in procedure for students having trouble with the email invitation.
- General Log In procedure for students
- Customizing a Student’s Zoom Profile
Teacher Zoom Tips
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