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IPAs (Integration & Promotion Activities

Check here often for ideas from our TexQuest users about how to integrate and promote TexQuest resources at your school.  Submit your own ideas here.

  • Create small login handouts called "Sweet Search" with the URL,  username, and password for Valentine's Day. It could be renamed "lucky search" for St. Patricks, "eggcellent search" at Easter, etc. Copy and edit sample here.  Marsha Edney, Henderson ISD

  • Have students take pictures of their user names and passwords to store on their phones. Marsha Edney, Henderson ISD

  • Send all teachers an emai with links, instructions, user names, and passwords. Many of us save everything to email files, and can access them anyplace or anytime we need the information.  Anonymous teacher 
  • As I find out what teachers are assigning, I figure out what databases would be of greatest value to their students.  I then contact the teachers by subject, let them know about these resources, and offer to teach students how to use them effectively. Nikki Stroud, Azle ISD

 

 

TexQuest Integration & Promotion Activities

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