WELCOME TO THE LAB!
I'm Mrs. Chaskey, a.k.a. "The Computer Lab Lady". Your students have lab on the Webster, Wildcats, and Roars days. We cover quite a variety of things in the lab. I've set up links to some of the frequently used sites so your students can explore their favorite sites to their hearts content. I hope you and your students enjoy exploring these sites after school and over the school breaks.
New Link from Mrs. Stone: Kids Infobits Password: Webster
Newest Link: CodingI'm very excited about our newest link to Coding.org Kids will love, love, love it. 4th and 5th Grade will have the opportunity to join our new coding club. This is the same site that will be used by the club, so all students have access to this newest adventure. http://studio.code.org/
Google Login Instructions
Instructions for students to get into their Google accounts; If you don't remember your password they can be they can be found on your Infinite Campus site.
1. go to google
2. click on "sign in"
3. username is: lastname, first 3 letters of first name, birthday @wsd3.org (example: firstname.lastname@example.org)
password is found on the student's IC account. ( example: JC2589jc)
4. click on the apps waffle (upper right corner), click on "drive"
5. Create word documents, power points or a cool graph or pie chart.
3rd (All About Me) 4th (Animal) & 5th graders (State) are now working research power points.
*** Reminder...this is a school website and all projects must be school appropriate. Have fun, be creative and enjoy.
Attn: 3rd, 4th & 5th grade parents and studentsThe following link will connect you to the parcc pre-test tutorial. We will be going over it during computer lab time, but there are a lot of elements involved in taking this test, i.e. drop & drag, highlighting items, and various tools. It would be wonderful if your student could further familiarize themselves with the test, so they would be more relaxed and confident during the actual test taking in the Spring.Click on the "view navtest 8 tutorial" buttonhttp://parcc.pearson.com/tutorial/
To take a sample test, click on the "test preparation" tab at the top, click on "sample test" and choose a grade.