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Productivity Recipe: Combine Schoology and Evernote [Video]

I love when I can increase my productivity with only a little effort. Especially with two of my favorite tools, Schoology and Evernote. A lot of a teacher’s time is spent on those activities outside of class in preparation for teaching. I often joke with my students that for every 1 hour of classroom teaching, …

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How To: Easily Organize Your Course Using Schoology

I hear many teachers frustrated about the lack of student organization. As a teacher myself, I completely understand. Organization: A Common Frustration​ Us teachers take the time to find the best educational material, spend hours creating lessons, go through the trouble or copying/posting assignments all for students. It can then be frustrating when students don’t …

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How To: Organize Your Blended Course Using Schoology [Video]

I have used many different ways to try and keep my classes organized. It became a lot more difficult when I used technology to blend my classroom with online learning. Schoology! Hands-down, the best method I found was using an online Learning Management System. The one I found worked the best for me was Schoology. Here …

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Is Classroom Technology Working? Student Data Suggests Yes!

A Year Of Classroom Technology I began last year with an earnest attempt to add more classroom technology. My first technology initiatives were teacher-centered. I wanted a way to give students access to the class material so I signed up for Schoology, a learning management system. I was still giving a lot of traditional high-stakes chapter …

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Schoology: A Response to “What Was The Homework?”

Have you been asked these questions? As teachers, we answer student questions all day. We want to answer questions regarding the class materials. However, we you are usually asked: “Can I get another one of those worksheets? I lost mine.” “Can you email me student X’s homework?” “Can you email me all the assignments student X is missing …

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