• “To survive in the future economy, kids must learn how to research, publish and communicate, working with the Internet and other information tools.."
                                                         
                       ~~ Alan November

Web Design Certification

  •  JSHS Web Design Certification

    Jewel Sumner High School Student Excels in Webmaster Site Development

    Tanner Blades earns the Certified Internet Webmaster Site Development Associate Certification.
     
  • iOS11 tips and tricks
     
    Have you updated your Apple Device to iOS11?
     

all things google

  • Google Translate

     

    Teachers and students who need help with translations should use Google Translate . 

  • Tech the Halls
     
    Join us as we TECH THE HALLS with the best EdTech ideas around!
    The TPSS Technology Department wants to invite you to spend the morning with us as our very own TPSS Teachers present a variety of lessons on ways to engage your students with the latest and greatest educational technology tools. This mini-conference is geared for all educators of all grades levels.
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    SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2018
    TPSS TECHNOLOGY CENTER
    8am - 12pm
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    Free Giveaways! Door Prizes!
    4 Tech Points
    4 CLUs
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    Sign up to attend through our RegisterMe PD Portal.
      Space is limited to the first 100 guests to register!
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    Fill out our Tech the Halls Presenter Proposal Form to become a possible presenter! 
     
    Presenters will receive an additional 5 TechPoints for each 50 minute session facilitated, or 2.5 points for every 25 minute session presented,  as well as be entered into our Presenter's Only door prize drawing! 
    We hope to see you there
    please email any questions to kristy.rocquin@tangischools.org
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  • Hour of Code 2018

    The Hour of Code is Near!

    Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet. But fewer than half of all schools teach computer science. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this! If you've heard about the Hour of Code before, you might know it made history. More than 100 million students have tried an Hour of Code.

    With the Hour of Code, computer science has been on homepages of Google, MSN, Yahoo!, and Disney. Over 100 partners have joined together to support this movement. Every Apple Store in the world has hosted an Hour of Code, and leaders like President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote their first lines of code as part of the campaign.

    This year, let's make it even bigger. I’m asking you to join the Hour of Code 2018. Please get involved with an Hour of Code event during Computer Science Education Week, December 3-9.

    Get the word out. Host an event. Ask a your school's computer lab manager to sign up. Or try the Hour of Code yourself—everyone can benefit from learning the basics.

    Get started at http://hourofcode.com/us 

    “The 'Hour of Code™' is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week [csedweek.org] and Code.org [code.org] to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.”


     

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  • HEM Tech Club students use Merge to explore Augmented Reality.

    Hammond Westside Tech Club use Augmented Reality
     
    The HWM Tech club used Merge Cubes and iPads to learn about augmented reality. Shem Greene, Tyshuan Leonard, and Tucker Duhe (pictured left to right) used an app on the iPad to view the cube and make it appear as a hologram of a variety of things, such as an erupting volcano, a castle with fireworks, and the human brain. 
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  • Loranger High School students use Google Slides to complete a research project.

    Student's in Mrs. Verberne's Biology I class are using Google Slides to complete their ecology projects this year. Student's are using google tools to research a biome and present to the class.

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  • DC Reeves Technology Club students participate in a Makey Makey activity

    The DC Reeves Technology Club explored circuits during their January club meeting. They clipped carrots to a Makey Makey circuit board, and connected the circuit board to a laptop. Students were able to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and other songs by tapping on the carrots. 

    Watch and Listen as a student performs!

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  • Chesbrough Library

    Students at Chesbrough Elementary use iPads in the library to practice reading skills.

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  • Oncourse Classroom Assessment

    This school year, our teachers and students in upper elementary and high school have the opportunity to work online using Chromebooks and OnCourse Classroom. Teachers create online assignments through Oncourse Classroom for students to interact with on Chromebooks or desktop computers. Presenting class assessment in this way provides students with the opportunity to practice engaging with technology enhanced test items. Working online in the Oncourse Classroom environment will help better prepare students for testing in the spring.

    Pictured above are the 6th grade students in Mrs. Milton's ELA class at Vinyard Elementary.

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MOS Certification

  • Hammond High Student Earns Two Certifications

    Hammond High Magnet School is pleased to announce that sophomore Alicia Sparks is the first HHMS student to earn these two certifications. She is now Microsoft Office Word 2013 Expert and Microsoft Office Specialist Master.  Earning Microsoft Word Expert demonstrates that you have advanced skills in key Office programs. Earning a Microsoft Office Master, demonstrates that you have the deepest level of skills needed to proficiently use Office programs.

    She earned her MOS Master by completing 4 certifications: Word 2013, PowerPoint 2013, Excel 2013 and Word 2013 Expert.  Alicia is in Dr. Schellia A. Robertson’s Business Computer Applications class. Congratulations Alicia Sparks for a job well done.

    Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification is the premier credential chosen by individuals seeking to validate their skills and advance their careers. With three certification levels, the MOS credential allows individuals to validate their skills and progress toward their career goals.

  • World Book eBook
    World Book has unveiled a new product and it is amazing! 
     
     World Book eBooks offers a collection of highly illustrated, engaging digital titles that support a span of curriculum areas and reading levels. Both teachers and students will enjoy reading books online, both at home and at school, with this amazing digital library.
    Oh, and the site is safari compatible, so it works great on iPads too!

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