This tip is actually from a number of DEN Members and our all important Implementation Team. I’ve been to several schools or have received emails from DEN Members in awe of what Matt, Brian, and Christina have sent them. Kathy Bunch from Polk County was very enthusiastic about the posters and can’t wait to share them next week in training. She claimed in an email that Matt Monjan is just wonderful!(I think she wants more posters Matt.)
These unitedstreaming school kits include:
- A CD ROM containing additional materials helpful in presenting unitedstreaming to your colleagues, which can be reproduced and distributed to teachers.
- Cool posters you can hang to create a unitedstreaming buzz throughout the school. (I really like themath poster, and I’m not a math person!)
- 20 Teacher Guides to be distributed to teachers as part of a training or professional development session. Separate guides have been designed for both those new to unitedstreaming and the more advanced users. The Teacher Guide clearly explains the basics of navigating unitedstreaming and integrating our digital media resources with applications such as PowerPoint, Inspiration, and WebQuests.
- FREE Discovery Education Tote Bag (One you won’t want to give away)
Here’s the important part: Each SCHOOL qualifies for these kits, but only the main contact for your school and unitedstreaming should be the one ordering them. Also, check with your district before ordering. I know several districts have been working with the Implementation people on special ways of ordering the kits.
If you have questions about the kits, please contact your area Implementation Representative at 1-800-323-9084. They can also find out who they were sent to at your school. These would be great to assist you and your school personnel with back-to-school professional development. Just don’t forget to count these staff development activities as events! Download event_documentation.xls
Great chance to comment: who’s gotten their kits so far? What do you think about them?