Mike Cousino K-5 Technology Specialist
Teaching how to be Safe, Respectful and Reponsible
while using technology!
firstname.lastname@example.orgFree Family Wellness Toolkit through Generation Wellness:
Families can access the Family Wellness Toolkit with this registration link: https://www.generationwellness.com/offers/C7FkDvYv/checkout
Parents and students will enter their own email/password when signing in.
Once an account has been made, they can login anytime here: www.generationwellness.com/login
Questions? Please email email@example.com
Using Google Tourbuilber, Mr. C created a tour of where he likes to go in his neighborhood. Check it out!
Technology Resources for Families
Here's where you can find answers to some of your technology questions: signing into Chromebook, joining a Zoom meeting, etc.
THE Tech Troubleshooting Flipgrid
Hey, make a video showing us the problem you may be having with your chromebook, logging in, connections, passwords, etc.
We'll try and get back to you as soon as possible. You should also let your teacher know as well.
Specialists Google Classrooms...
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Google Classroom Tutorials
Video on How Students can Access Email
(My apologies for the audio being so horribly out of sync)
Google Classroom: How Students Complete Assignments
GRITYou Can Learn Anthing!video by KhanAcademy
According to Angela Duckworth... What is grit?
Grit is passion and perseverance for long-term goals.
One way to think about grit is to consider what grit isn’t.
Grit isn’t talent. Grit isn’t luck. Grit isn’t how intensely, for the moment, you want something.
Don't Give Up = Growth Mindset!video by Sesame Street
Instead, grit is about having what some researchers call an”ultimate concern”–a goal you care about so much that it organizes and gives meaning to almost everything you do. And grit is holding steadfast to that goal. Even when you fall down. Even when you screw up. Even when progress toward that goal is halting or slow.
Fixed vs Growth Mindset!video by PERTS
Talent and luck matter to success. But talent and luck are no guarantee of grit. And in the very long run, I think grit may matter as least as much, if not more.
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