Use remote learning procedures (for students)
|An overview of procedures for working remotely during extended school closure.|
Classroom Technology and Systems
|in need of review.|
Procedures for employees to continue our educational mission and collaborate during periods of extended closure.
Using Google Hangouts Meet for Remote Learning
Classroom Google Meet is the tool you will use to video conference with your class if we're away from campus. Here's an article with all the details on how to use this tool.
How students may submit Handwritten Work using the Schoology iOS/Android App
Students can use the Mobile Schoology App to submit pictures of Math worksheets, Art drawings, and handwritten Science HW.
Here's an article with details for students.
Recording your screen laptop or iPad Screen
Here's an article which details your options for recording your screen. If you're in need of a laptop screen recording of more than 5 minutes, you will want to use QuickTime (Mac) or Game Bar (Windows). In all other instances, ScreenCastify is the way to go. This article also includes instructions on how to record your iPad Screen.
- Here's a Screencast which shows the basics of using ScreenCastify, and also shows how you can link to your recording in Schoology, or how you can choose to embed your Screen recordings directly in Schoology
Use Schoology's HTML5 Audio Video Recorder
The audio/video recorder in Schoology can be used in many areas of Schoology. Here's an article with more information. Schoology's HTML5 recorder?
Record my iPad Screen (with sound), and embed the video to Schoology
This is a great Flipped Classroom tool for Math and Physics teachers to record their handwritten notes on their iPad. Some apps that are well designed for this are: Notability and the SMART Notebook iPad App. Here's an article with details.
Modify Student Notifications in Schoology
It is suggested that students turn on email Notifications in Schoology.
- Click your name in the top right corner of any page in Schoology and select Settings.
- Click the Notifications tab.
- Click the drop-down menu next to the notification you'd like to change. It’s recommended that you have email notifications on for the following:
- School update: Turn on this option to receive a notification when your school posts an update.
- School update comment: Turn on this option to receive a notification when anyone comments on a school update.
- Receive a private message: Turn on this option to receive a notification whenever anyone sends you a message in Schoology.
- Course content created: Turn on this option to receive a notification whenever any Materials are published in any course you're a member of.
- Course materials overdue: Turn on this option to receive a notification when there are course materials that are still incomplete after the due date.
- Comments on my posts: Turn on this option to receive a notification whenever anyone comments on any updates you post in your courses, groups, or profile.
- Course update posted: Turn on this option to receive a notification whenever anyone posts an update to any course you're a member of.
|Get on WiFi||This article explains how to get online with your devices at Riverdale.|
|Use Schoology||Schoology is our Learning Management System. This should get you started on the path to Schoology mastery.|
|Get access to another teacher's Schoology course?||If the teacher you'd like to add to your course already has a Schoology account, follow these steps.|
|Access, Archive, and Restore my Past Schoology Courses?||How to save past year's Schoology courses to Resources in order to access those materials for current and future courses.|
|Use Schoology/Logging In||Schoology is our Learning Management System. This should get you started on the path to Schoology mastery.|
|Use a Chromebook effectively||Some getting started tips on Chromebooks.|
|Set up a Chromebook||Some getting started tips on Chromebooks.|
|Link (or "Merge") multiple sections of the same Course in Schoology?||Schoology is our Learning Management System. This should get you started on the path to Schoology mastery.|
|Organize My Google Drive||Is it taking you way too long to find something on Google Drive? Then check out the infographic below to tackle the world of Google Drive Organization and File Naming.|
|Use the Google Drive Assignments App in Schoology?||Schoology is our Learning Management System. This should get you started on the path to Schoology mastery.|
|Record my Screen?||A screencast is a digital recording of computer screen output, also known as a video screen capture, often containing audio narration.|
|Secure and prevent a catastrophe with my laptop, ChromeBook, and phone?||How to prevent harm to your devices.|
|Use remote learning procedures (for faculty)||An overview of procedures for working remotely during extended school closure.|
|Submit Handwritten Work to Schoology||This article will help you to submit handwritten work to a Schoology Assignment using your iPhone or Android Phone. This is particularly useful for Math, Science, and Visual Arts.|
|Use Google Hangouts Meet for Remote Learning?||An overview of procedures for working remotely during extended school closure.|
|Help my lower school child with remote learning||Procedure for helping lower school students with remote learning|
|Teach remotely at the lower school||Procedure for teaching remotely at the lower school|
|Get remote tech support||This page is intended for students and faculty during scheduled remote learning at Riverdale.|
|Master remote learning?||An overview of procedures for working remotely during extended school closure.|
|Use Schoology's HTML5 recorder?||An overview of procedures for working remotely during extended school closure.|
|Get answers to my Lower School parent's remote learning questions||FAQ for helping lower school parents with remote learning|
|Get answers to LS Faculty remote learning FAQs||FAQ for helping lower school faculty with remote learning|
|Submit student work through Seesaw||Procedure for helping lower school students with remote learning|
|Remove RCS management tools from a device||instructions to prep devices for personal use|
|Use the blue Snowball microphone||A short description with instructions about the Blue Snowball microphone and its incredible usefulness|
|Use AV Equipment in Arts and Drama Classrooms|
|Submit student work via schoology||Procedure for helping lower school student with remote learning|
|Care for my lower school child's iPad or Chromebook?||Tips on troubleshooting and caring for your child's LS issued device|
|Allow students to fill out the Essay Cover Page online||This document illustrates the process of posting an Essay Cover Sheet to Schoology and the workflow for students to fill out the cover sheet and combine it with their essay.|
|Change the look of my Schoology Homepage?||You can change the look of your Schoology Home Page to either display your courses, or the default “Recent Activity”. Here’s a preview of what the new “Course Dashboard” looks like.|
|Create a TurnItIn submission through Schoology?||Here's how to set it up so students can submit to TurnItIn via Schoology.|
|Assess Students During Remote Learning?||Here are some options for teachers looking for formative assessment tools during remote learning.|
|Direct Wireless Printing||Direct Wireless Printing allows printing from our wireless network to RCS-managed printers.|
|Embed a YouTube Video in Schoology?||After a long absence, the easiest way to embed YouTube videos in Schoology is working again!|
|Assess Student Learning Remotely Using SMART Notebook?||Create formative assessments using SMART Notebook’s response 2 wizard and convert files from previous versions of SMART Response.|
|Use student "Exam Accounts"||Using Exam accounts to restrict student web and app access during exams.|
|Avoid Phishing Attacks?||How To Recognize and Avoid Phishing Scams.|
|Improve my home office situation||inexpensive items to improve your home work situation|
|JRJSC Conference Room AV Instruction Guide||This page will help you use the AV in the John R Johnson Student Center Conference Room (the Egg).|
|Live Annotate From My iPad to My Mac?||With Continuity Sketch and Continuity Markup, you can use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch to easily insert sketches into your Mac documents, or perform live mark up of PDFs and images on your Mac.|
|Manage Parent Teacher Conferences over Zoom?||This article is for Administrative assistants scheduling Parent Teacher Conferences.|
|Raise/lower the sound when I connect to the projector?||This page will help you adjust the volume (and troubleshoot sound issues) while connected to a projector.|
|Replacing a Chromebook Stylus and/or Charger||Where to purchase replacements|
|Schedule Parent-Teacher Conferences with Zoom Video Conferencing?||This article is for Administrative assistants scheduling Parent Teacher Conferences.|
|Science AV room Instruction Guide||This page will help you use the AV Equipment in the Weinstein Science Building AV room.|
|Set a Good Passphrase?||Tips and requirements for coming up with your RCS Passphrase.|
|Set up for Hybrid Learning||Information on the new technology introduced to classrooms on the Hill campus|
|Start a Zoom meeting quickly, and invite participants?||This article is for Administrative assistants, Admins, and Faculty.|
|Google Account photo update||The Google Account photo shows up in the upper-right of your GMail window, and presents to recipients of your emails as well as in other locations.|
|How Do I Hangouts Meet Training and Help||Get Meet help and training|
|Phonak Audio Systems|
|Turn my iPad into a SMART Notebook remote control?||Instructions on how to control SMART Notebook on your laptop from your iPad.|
|Use DigiExam?||DigiExam is a browser-based exam tool which allows teachers to create and distribute an exam, and allows students to take the exam securely on their own device without that student having access to tools and web content which the teacher wishes to prohibit.|
|Use Google Drive File Stream (GDFS)||Google File Stream|
|Use Zoom Video Conferencing for Remote Learning?||Zoom is a remote conferencing program similar to Google Hangouts Meet. It provides a remote learning service that provides audio, video, content sharing, annotation, video clip sharing, breakout rooms, polling, recording and more.|
|Submit a Check Request for pre-approved Technology purchases?||Instructions on how to access the RCS "Check Request Form", how to complete the form, attach receipts, and submit for payment.|
|Activate SMART Notebook||How to request, install, and activate (or re-activate) SMART Notebook Software.|
|Access Riverdale's Padlet?||How to access Riverdale's licensed Padlet account, and transfer content from other accounts to your RCS account.|
|Join a Class Zoom?||How to join class when you're instructed to do so by your Dean or by the School Nurse.|
|Allow screen sharing in Zoom?||Changing Settings to Allow Screen Sharing from Zoom.|
|Get the Android Sphero Edu App on My Chromebook?||How to Install the Sphero app on your Chromebook to code and control the Sphero Robots.|
|Use WeVideo to record and make videos||WeVideo allows you to record, edit, make, and share videos for class or projects|
|How to use Autocrat with Google Sheets?||Autocrat allows you to merge spreadsheet data to generate documents/PDFs|
|Use Geogebra for math?||GeoGebra is a free online tool for graphing, geometry, regression, probability|
|Use Pear Deck with Google Slides?||Pear Deck makes your Google Slides interactive to use in the classroom|
|Use Adobe Express?||With Adobe Express you can make quick graphics, slides, and videos|
|Stream films using Swank and Kanopy||Swank and Kanopy allow you to stream films for your classes|
|Access pro features for Kahoot, Quizlet, Quizizz, and other platforms||Use pro features for online quiz platforms in class|
|Capture microscope photos using my school computer||Leica DM500 microscope allows you to capture photos and stream microscope slide content|
|How do I pint to the 3D printers?||How to use 3D Printers at the Hill.|
|Access and use Canva?||Create digital presentations, posters, videos, and publications|
|Access Dyknow||Check out Dyknow, an online tool that allows you to curate your students digital experience.|
|Access Lucidchart and Lucidspark||Check out how Lucidchart and Lucidspark can be used with your RCS account|
|Access and use Turnitin Draft Coach||Run originality reports, grammar checks, and more with this Google Docs extension|