Like so many schools, when Covid hit last March, the Devereux Glenholme school started using Zoom for students who were home.
Enter Morgan Fulks, the incoming Director of Education. With the current Education Director, Sharon Murphy, Morgan began investigating more complete options for student learning using computers. On September 23rd, the Glenholme School flipped the switch to start using Microsoft Teams, a program blending of online and in-person teaching.
Microsoft Teams allows teachers, students and administrators to collaborate in real time. For example, students can take quizzes in class, and turn them in online. The teacher can then see immediately who turned in the quiz, and who has not.
Quizzes are graded automatically and the teachers can add any comments before she sends it back to the students. Curriculums can also be developed online. Teachers can do lessons on camera, record and store them for playback at a later time.
With Microsoft Teams, students have online access to their classes, their teachers and digital resources
The NATSAP Member Program will highlight NATSAP member programs and the unique work they do. We want to offer an opportunity for you to share your story with your colleagues and the NATSAP community, inspire future NATSAP members, and strengthen awareness fo our collective mission.
Submissions will be accepted on a rolling deadline. Descriptions will be selected in order based upon date received. New postings will appear on our social media pages with a link back to the program’s website.
1 spotlight bio (maximum 300 words)
1-3 photos (1 required, 3 maximum)
Questions to answer in your spotlight include:
Who you are
Who you serve
What makes your program unique
Special events (either upcoming or recently held)
Number of years as a NATSAP member
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Submitting a Spotlight Bio
Any program/school wishing to submit an article for this newsletter MUST be a current NATSAP member program/school in good standing.
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In this edition, we are honored to have 16 of our member programs sharing their exciting news with us through our latest edition of We Are NATSAP. Read all about their celebrations, accomplishments and collaborations in our newsletter.
Send in your latest accomplishments and upcoming projects or share a story in our next edition of We Are NATSAP. This is the perfect place to shine a light on your program and/or clients’ achievements.
If you are interested in submitting an article for the newsletter, please submit your article and accompanying image(s) to Shanita Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, December 11.
All articles must be received by 11:59 PM ET. This edition does not have a theme and will be released on Friday, December 18.
We are looking forward to sharing your stories!
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