For files that are too large to be emailed, teams can upload their Project Outcome Report and/or 2-3 shareable artifacts directly to our SET-BC Inbox site.
To do so, there are several steps that teams have to take.
Step 1: Create a SET-BC Account (if you don’t already have one)
Please go to our SET-BC website www.setbc.org to sign up:
In order to have access to our inbox, teams must first sign-up for a SET-BC Account.
Once you have completed and submitted this form, you will receive an email from the system with a link to confirm the account. It is very important that you confirm your account, or we will be unable to connect your account to our system.
If you already have a SET-BC Account, you can bypass this step and log in with your SET-BC username and Password.
If you have forgotten your password, you can use the Reset Password link to reset your password. You will need to know your User ID in order to reset your password. Typically this would be your first initial and last name. If you have forgotten your User ID and/or if you have trouble resetting your password, you can contact SETdesk for support in accessing your account.
Step 2: Email Josh Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know which email address was used to set up the SET-BC account. This is important because users must be individually granted access before they can upload to our site.
Step 3: Upload your documents.
Go to setbc.link/?inbox
The goal of the SET-BC projects is to support teams across the province using technology to support curricular or classroom-based activities. The knowledge and experience gained from these projects is of great use for other teams interested in conducting similar projects or using similar technologies.
The final project report should contain enough information so that another team is able to replicate the project in their own school or classroom. Reports should contain, at minimum…
- A general description of the project – who was involved, what were the goals, what were the anticipated outcomes, what curricular themes/activities took place, what specific technology was used?
- A description of how the project proceeded – what, if any, training took place, how was the technology introduced to students, how was it used during the project by the teacher(s) and the students, how were the project activities completed?
- A description of the main challenges encountered during the project and how they were overcome.
- A description of the main successes of the project and what was achieved overall.
- Any recommendations or advice for other teams or educators conducting a similar project – what might you do differently next time?
There is no specific format for the final report – each team will decide how they want to present the information. Some teams like to submit a more formal, written report while others prefer a more multimedia approach creating narrated PowerPoint presentations or video interviews. Still others prefer to post to blogs or websites.
The deadline for your project’s final report is May 31, 2019. If you have any questions or need help with the report, please contact Josh at email@example.com
The following links will provide you with examples of final reports from last year.
For more examples, please navigate to https://www.setbc.org/classroom-technology-projects/ and click through the project links.
Thank you to all who attended in this busy pre-Christmas season! It was great to hear from each of you, and I am excited to see your “next steps”. If you have any questions that were left unanswered in the meeting, or would like follow-up on anything that we discussed, please be in touch, or comment on this post.
Redfish (SD8) – Lisa & Jen
WL Seaton (SD22) – Erin
Kinnickinnick (SD46) – Corey
Miracle Beach (SD71) – Jason, Coninne, Warren, Sheila
Link to Google Slide Deck
At our October 9th meeting, I mentioned the film, Cry Rock, filmed and produced by Banchi Hanuse, from Bella Coola (Nuxalk Nation).
Check out the trailer at http://www.smayaykila.com/films/cry-rock. Every now and then they offer free online viewing.
The film can also be borrowed from the Xwi7xwa Library at UBC.
Another resource that you likely already know about but is worth mentioning is First Voices. https://www.firstvoices.com
This is an amazing resource for Aboriginal Language collection and preservation in Canada. For those that are incorporating Aboriginal language and voice in your projects, there are some great audio clips that can be downloaded and used in your projects here.
Thanks for a good meeting everybody! It’s great to hear about your hopes and ideas for this year. I am looking forward to seeing ideas in action!
To follow-up from some of the action items…
- Here is a copy of the slides from yesterday’s meeting. Aboriginal Ed Synergy – October 9th Have a look at some of the links from past years.
- If you haven’t yet set up your Synergy Blog, please do so and forward the link to me ASAP.
- Thanks for your feedback about iPad cases. I’ve brought the concern to our admin team, and will let you know when I hear anything back.
- For those who don’t have the equipment yet, I’ll be contacting your SET-BC district partners to see when it might be delivered to your school.
- I’ve added a couple of contacts (Danica in SD8, and Sandy in SD46) to the group email, but if there are any other team members who would like included, please let me know.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“See” you next month!
Time: 3:30-430pm Location: Online at http://connect.setbc.org/aboriginaleducationsynergy/
1-877-353-9184 or 604-681-0260
Participant code: 7201199#
- October 9
- November 13
- December 11
- February 12
- March 12
- April 9th
- May 14
- June 11
Here is a copy of the June 15th meeting Powerpoint (in PDF format)
Aboriginal Ed Synergy June 15th Meeting
SET-BC requires each student who’s work, or image is posted as a part of the Synergy Project to have a media consent form signed on their behalf from a parent or legal guardian.
Please download and distribute this form to your students. If any families are needing clarity on this form or our media policy, please have them contact email@example.com.
SET-BC Media Consent Form
Once you have collected the forms, if possible have them scanned and emailed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re not able to complete this at your school, please be in touch with me as soon as possible.