Flipgrid is a video discussion platform that allows you to see and hear from every student in your class. This online tool enhances discussions on any topic by allowing you to ask a question, and then having students respond in… Continue reading FlipGrid
Write now, send later when you schedule emails to send with GMail at whatever future time & date you choose.
You can now set custom line spacing to be less than one in Google Docs and Google Slides. This allows for more detailed control of line spacing so you can better control the appearance of your fonts. To customize your… Continue reading Custom line spacing in Google Docs and Google Slides
For those of you using Google Classroom and wishing to plan announcements and assignments in advance, you probably noticed that you were able to save these posts as drafts to share at a later date. The problem was that you… Continue reading Scheduling is here for Google Classroom!
Students across the district participated in the Hour of Code this week in celebration of computer science in education week. The 3rd annual Hour of Code is organized by code.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting computer science in education.… Continue reading Hour of Code
I love when I am able to see effective technology integration in classrooms. This is achieved when the use of technology supports curriculum goals and enhances student learning experiences. Ultimately as educators, we want to “design or adapt relevant learning… Continue reading Effective Technology Integration is Key
Thought we would share this article. Definitely worth reading. A look into the some of the scariest Apps for your kids
Students in 4JH reviewed the research of 4TD and provided comments and questions using Today’s Meet. Today’s Meet is a backchannel that allows you to connect with your audience in realtime. Groups can use the live stream to make comments, ask questions.… Continue reading Using Today’s Meet to Collaborate
Students in 3R researched various topics while completing their study of Russia. They researched daily life, food, holidays, art, transportation, schools, sports, music and fashion. The students then presented their findings using Google presentation. Thank you for sharing Lisa!
The students in 4G created written summaries of scenes from books. They drew pictures to accompany their scene selection and recorded their written work using VoiceThread. This tool adds a personal voice to images. Please take a listen . . .