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3M Math 8th Grade Interactive Initiative



  • TECHNICAL REFERENCE


http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/Meetings/Home/Solutions/Tech_Docs/DigitalBoardOrEasel/

If you need technical assistance, Call 1-800-328-1371. Our call center is staffed Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CST, or available by pager after hours.

PROJECTORS
Relacement Remotes *new 9-15-08
Here is the only place that I can find the replacement 3M remote. The part # we need is 78-8118-9800-2.
http://online.projectordoctor.com/s.nl/sc.2/category.9206/.f

When you go to that link, it is the middle item only that you need.



"We are finding that the 3M projectors come set by default to give that message every 100 hours of use. The best thing would be to reset the interval for the message to the greatest # of hours but not to off. I think that is 300 hours. Here are the directions for doing that.

To Reset the Timer:
On the remote, push the Menu button.
Choose the Easy Menu and on that menu choose Filter Time (Here you can reset the timer.)

To Set the Timer to Longer or Off:
On the remote, push the Menu button.
Choose the Option Menu and on that menu go to Service. Under Filter Message you will be able to choose the interval or set to off.

Then when the teachers get that message after the 300 hours, please ask them to let you know. If you will then let Chuck Chupco know, he will send one of the Tech. Op. guys out to check the filter and clean it if need be.

By the way, the projector manual says that every time we buy a new bulb for these 3M projectors that it should include a new filter. I haven't ever noticed that with the other projectors we have in the district, but we've never had 3M."


PENS

"Lannon called tech support and put together the following list to help troubleshoot the 3M pens that you are having trouble with. Please try these things, and if you still see issues, please let me know.

Use fresh batteries
  • Try the non-functioning pen on another board

  • Try a working pen from another board on the board with the non-working pen

  • Trade out the tip of the pin

  • Check that there are no blocks from the electric eye in the upper left corner of the board to the pen

  • Turn off the florescent lights in the room and see if the pen works

  • Make certain no other IR device is active (Turning Points, etc..) -- According to tech support this is a common problem.


Thanks,
Jan"

Entry Date: Thursday, February 21, 2008 9:17 AM

Queston: How many pens have removable tips


Removable Non-Removable
Ridgeview 3 1
Cedar Valley 5 1
Canyon Vista 4 1
Deerpark 4 0
Chisholm 3 1
CD Fulkes 4 0
Hopewell 4 2
Grisham 2 1
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  • TRAINING



First Teacher Training @ CeVMS on August 22nd 2007
All ITS trained on August 28th, 2007

Basic User Guide PDF





  • 3M and Discovery Education -- Discovery Education Science

Congratulations! 3M and Discovery Education are pleased to announce that your school has been awarded a one-year subscription to Discovery Education Science, a new interactive online resource for middle school science education.

Discovery Education Science enhances classroom science instruction with standards-based learning tools that facilitate the acquisition of literacy skills and inquiry-based study of science. Using Discovery Education Science, students may investigate real-life situations through a variety of media, including full-length videos and segmented clips, virtual labs, integrated science simulations, explorations, and leveled reading passages.
Your subscription begins immediately. To start your free year of service:


  • 1. Go to DiscoveryEducation.com
  • 2. Click on New User Log-In
  • 3. Enter Pass-code and click Submit (Private - get these from Lannon)

This initiative–which awards Discovery Education Science to 200 schools across the country–is in coordination with the Discovery Education/3M Young Scientist Challenge, the premier science competition for grades 5-8. To learn how teachers and students from your school can participate in the Challenge, go to **http://youngscientist.discoveryeducation.com.**
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  • DISTRIBUTION


Cedar Valley






TCHR
RM


1

Susan Timourian
3106


2

Cara Shipp
3108


3

Adam Dehler
4108


4

John Carine
4106


5

math lab
4110



Chisolm Trail






TCHR
RM


6

Ann-Marie Torres
308


7

New Staff
309


8

New Staff
305


9

Jim Speck
Portable 6B



RROC






TCHR
RM


10

Amber Stephens
A133



Ridgeview






TCHR
RM

11

David Holbert
530


12

Barbara Thompson
509


13

Jill Kight
519


14

Molly Eapen
532



CD Fulkes


Promethean
Promethean


TCHR
RM
TCHR
RM
15

Marshall Lyons
503
Library
Presentation Room
16


309

506
17

Sarah Jacques-Pineda
308


18

Mark Christie
407


19

Joshua Lipes
311



Deerpark





TCHR
RM


20

Karen Lutz
207

updated 8.04.08
21

Elaine Fowler
217


22

Leslie Jarvis
216


23

April Jones
223



Grisham






TCHR
RM


24

Lynn O'Donnel
213


25

Priya Punalekar
103


26

Denise Thornton
106

-7th grade Math

Canyon Vista






TCHR
RM


27

Carol Holeman
418


28

Janie McMillin
416


29

Eduardo Acosta
420



Hopewell
Updated 8/5/08


Promethean
Promethean


TCHR
RM
TCHR
RM
30

Rose Holly
519
Teresa Roy
414
31

Charlsie McDaniel
516
Bernice Alvarez
416
32

Debbie Bush
524


33

Alicia Wise
509


34

Tammy Schronk
518


35

Dawn Burleson
714



Goals






TCHR
RM


36

Leffort, Rick





TOTAL
36