Hi Counselors! As I shared in the past, I have been utilizing the Second Step curriculum to teach academic/social skills to students in grades K-5. I have been trying to find ways to assess their level of retention and application and how found 2 ways in which to do this. With my Kinders, I have them draw a visual of themselves applying the second step skills they've learned. Grades 1-5, I use Kahoot quizzes to assess what they've retained and if they are able to problem solve using the skills learned. What do you do to collect data to inform your program? What other effective ways do you use to collect data?
Virtual reality (VR) continues to be a growing trend, with people using it for gaming, movies, and more. But like any technology, there are questions and concerns about the potential privacy and security risks, one of which is the use of eye-tracking. Advertisers and marketers already study the way users' eyes navigate a page to better target ads. VR could make eye-tracking data more accessible, allowing this to be associated with other user profile information. It will be interesting to see the direction of this technology as it progresses.
Eventually, we all have an accident or get hacked. And when we do, backups are often the only way to recover. Backups are cheap and easy; make sure you are backing up all of your personal information (such as family photos) on a regular basis.
Where is all my data going?
The lack of transparency in app settings has always been disturbing, but only time will tell exactly how much data is scraped from our devices.
We already see this shape everything from ads, to product suggestions, to relationship recommendations and much more.
I’ve got no answers, but it’s kinda like #plastic , cause it’s all goin somewhere.
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We recently had a minor but telling software issue with one of our clients (a big thanks to @peninsulahealth for being one of our fantastic client-partners - it was your RCD schedule names that got us) that highlights an issue we see overlooked again and again. Usage patterns.
We have developed a form to assist with a database entry entry for one of Peninsula Healths's management systems that allows just a restful API to work with a flask web app.
What usage patterns enabled us to find out that the people who do the work that your systems support, always (for example) analyse electricity and gas together, so don't want to return to the same selector screens for each, but just want to toggle between the two.
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I multitask alllll the time and Larry will be the first to tell you how much I suck at it!! I refuse to stay sucky so I've been working hard at it!! 😂 If you learn nothing else from me....work from a damn list! Complete tasks start to finish before moving on. Timers are also pretty magical to keep you on track. Proactively manage your time well and then there is no such excuse as "I don't have time for that." 😘✌
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I don’t know about you guys, but I have little to NO time to meet with my team to discuss student behaviors. It’s literally impossible. We are never all in the classroom at the same time without children. This year we implemented a communication binder in which we write important notes back and forth with each other. We check it daily, and this has cut down on talking about students in front of the students (a pet peeve of mine!). I added this behavior strategies plan to the binder today for my team to lay out our plans for next week. This way, we are all on the same page and ready to get that behavior on extinction!
LET'S GOOOO!!!!! Hit the motherlode yesterday with @gatorboys_chris Basically, we happened upon a breeding aggregation of pythons and bagged 5 pythons (two of which were over 12ft) in 10 minutes! Here's the story: Our initial plan got thrown off and we were forced to turn around. Slightly irritated and disappointed we turned around and headed back. Not even two minutes later Chris goes "Python!" An 8ft male was sitting out so obviously it was impossible to miss. As we crept in for some pictures, Chris stopped. "Do you hear that? Something is moving. It's coming this way." Chris moved his head to got a different angle. "OH MY GOD" he said and immediately BOOM grabbed the 8 foot python and bolted into the reeds with it! I followed close behind. BOOM Chris grabs a 12ft+ python with his other hand! "IT'S A BREEDING BALL, GRAB THAT ONE!" BOOM! I grab a 3rd pyton. Some how we made it back to the truck and bagged the two smaller snakes. That's when I went back down into the grass. "PYTHON" BOOM I grab a 4th pyton. At this point Chris and I are laughing hysterically out of utter shock. We bag all four pythons and I sprint back down. Not 10 feet away I called for reinforcements. "CHRIS! HUGE FEMALE! BIGGER THAN THE LAST ONE!" The snake moved and I dove into the grass securing a hold at the tail. WHOOSH! A massive python head pops up and quickly turns towards me. BOOM! Chris grabs the head like a ninja and we drag our 5th and largest python out of the brush. The snake was so heavy it took two people to carry it to the truck (well over 100lbs). In 10 minutes we bagged an estimated over 300lbs and over 50ft of python! That saved hundreds if not thousands of native animals from being consumed, especially when you consider both of our females would have laid eggs this year. The capture was a dream come true and I'm still in shock. Friendly reminder: "impossible" is something we define for ourselves within our own brain. And yes, I can confirm, dreams do come true. 🤙❤ Live your dreams and follow your passion everyone! LET'S GOOOOO! #pythonhunter#python#burmesepython#burm#pythons#burms#pythonhunting#snake#herping#inspiration#motivation#peaveandlove#positvevibes
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The spring 2019 season of #LightsOutCleveland has started. We need more volunteers to walk around downtown before and just after sunrise rescuing injured and collecting dead birds that collide with buildings during migration. The Museum’s Ornithology Dept. collects data from every bird to use in their research on migratory patterns, habits and more. For more information on Lights Out Cleveland, and volunteering go to ohiolightsout.org. “It’s very rewarding and involves getting lots of exercise and spending time with dedicated people and saving animals and recording data for science. Pictured is a dead Song Sparrow from this morning. But there was also a live Song Sparrow that is on its way to the rehab center for treatment and eventual release! 🤞” - Post credit & 📷: @coyoterhinotokyo
Oh hey @postit 😍 my favorite way to progress monitor IEP goals and objectives. • Click the link in profile to learn ALL of my data collection tricks, or go here >> www.mrsdscorner.com/data-collection-for-special-ed-teachers/
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Fun fact Friday:
Have you ever seen so many different vintage plumb-bobs?
اين انيميشن مدار فضاپيماهاىِ مشاهده كننده زميِنِ ناوگان ناسا كه تا مارچ ٢٠١٧ مورد استفاده قرار گرفته اند را نمايش مى دهد.
This animation shows the orbits of NASA's fleet of Earth observing spacecraft that are considered operational as of March 2017. It includes the CYGNSS constellation and DSCOVR at L1. The clouds are from a high resolution GEOS model run at 10 minute time steps interpolated down to the per-frame level.