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Jamboard Tips and Templates
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Jennifer Williams
Posted 2/17/2021 12:08 PM (#5163)
Subject: Jamboard Tips and Templates
Counts on fingers & toes

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Here are some tips and templates for Jamboard.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P9L31tXENyjrrx67yMJ3nXh0kIZpykoSkff3XwNUBkI/edit#
nfeese
Posted 2/18/2021 3:43 PM (#5164 - in reply to #5163)
Subject: RE: Jamboard Tips and Templates
Math

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Location: IAKSS
Please share Jamboard templates / or links that you have created or used! Thank you!

Jamboard is available through FCPS Google Accounts. Go to your Google Waffle and click - you would see "Jamboard" as an option.
Need extra help? Let Natalee know! We have teachers and FCPS tech support ready to help.

Here is the link to share out with templates that presenter Jena Bochicchio, Crawford, uses frequently:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1NcVNNvFRE_VGe6MxzO-GkptnX7SuP9xYfMeSlGHzjY8/edit?usp=sharing

nfeese
Posted 2/19/2021 4:09 PM (#5165 - in reply to #5163)
Subject: RE: Jamboard Tips and Templates
Math

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Location: IAKSS

Here is a Jamboard guide created by presenter Jason Reed/ District Technology full of short (30 second) videos for all of the features-

(including the custom background trick that we talked about in our Session 2 Book Study PD)

https://bit.ly/ReedJamboard
nfeese
Posted 3/14/2021 9:47 PM (#5189 - in reply to #5163)
Subject: RE: Jamboard Tips and Templates
Math

500100100252525
Location: IAKSS

I used Jamboard to do the Model and Discuss portion of the 4-1 Algebra 2 lesson and it's not fancy or cute, but it worked beautifully and was so fast and easy.

https://jamboard.google.com/d/1jv8UcPGOWeI8fx29xBqlro48-mc9xaRe90SrW1uKt3w/edit?usp=sharing

Instead of having the students do the Model and Discuss intro to the lesson individually in their workbooks, I posted it on the Jamboard. The students could all post their responses (Zoom and in-person) while simultaneously seeing what their classmates were doing. They could also do a virtual gallery walk to look at the class responses and post answers to some questions I posted on later slides. Then we took all the data, plotted it into Desmos and talked about the graph of the rational function and its key features.

Jamboard allowed all of this data collection and review to happen so fast that it really allowed time for students to see the connections made without getting lost in the time it would normally take to compile a list and then plot a graph.

PRO-TIP:
Only grant permission edit rights for a small amount of time. As soon as I saw a few of my students starting to play tic-tac-toe with each other, that was my cue to change it back to "view only" so the students could focus on the discussion.

Michele Honeycutt
Math Teacher
Instructional Leader
Lafayette High School
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