Powerschools is an education program for Mac and PC which is used to keep student records. I wrote this for substitute school nurses to use on PCs to enter attendance.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Sunday, April 1, 2012
I wrote this because several teachers were using their projectors and white boards more often but still needed to be able to use their computers privately. This simple toggle solves the problem and this single page explains the solution. Many teachers didn't know how to use this tool previously and began to use it after I disseminated this.
The school I work at had a new surveillance system installed. Shortly thereafter they had an incident for which they wanted a permanent record that would be readily available so they asked me to burn a CD of the video clip from the system. There was no manual for the surveillance system. I explored the program which is fairly intuitive and was able to burn the piece of video to CD. I wrote up the instructions so there will be something to follow in the event they need to do this again.
Burn a CD of PELCO Security System Video
For three years I have published the Iroquois Middle School quarterly newsletter. I do not write the text but I coordinate and gather articles, photos and information from school staff and parents. I format and design the newsletter and publish it digitally. Initially I used Microsoft Office Word for the document. Recently I have been publishing it from Apple iWorks Pages.
This is a document I wrote for families new to Glencliff Elementary to answer the basic questions about the school. I did this as a volunteer and I have produced about 50 of these brochures each fall for the past two years.
These are instructions to substitute teachers so they can get the computer lab ready for a school day in my absence. These instructions are targeted to readers with limited technology experience.