Fast disappearing from schools are internet “lock and block” policies that keep students off social media and restrict them to carefully curated websites. Even with sophisticated filters and firewalls
This week I had the pleasure of training a group of elementary teachers on blended learning strategies. As a group, they wanted to focus on: Differentiation Student choice Assessment One of the strategies we discussed with the potential to weave these three
Looking for new ways for your students to present data?
Here are 38 options that you can offer to your students.
This article offers reviews and screenshots so you can offer a wider choice of tools to your students.
This article offers three great options for students to annotate videos in the classroom. Each one has its benefits, and I would add another that i have used. It’s EdPuzzle, a Google Chrome Extension that allows teachers to edit a clip and insert comments, comprehension questions, and bookmarks so students can interact with the video meaningfully.
These are all some great tools for using video in the classroom.
Looking for an easy way to bring Green screen into the classroom?
This $2.99 app may make things easy for you.
This article offers 5 easy tips and a couple of examples to get you started.
If you use Google Forms in your classroom and you wish you could put a time limit on your form, Richard Byrne has the answer. Read this article on his blog to learn how to put a time limit on a Google Form.
Have you been wanting to try a QR Code scavenger hunt, but not sure where to start?
This two-part blog post by the Daring Librarian ought to give you some good ideas of what it could look like.