Guildway’s end of the week roundup is a series that enlists the most popular tweets for the past week. These are posts that have gained a high engagement rate on Twitter through retweets and likes. For this week’s list, educational technology tools such as Schoology, Google Keep, Orange Slice, and Pear Deck have been included.
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
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
I always liked taking notes in college but hated taking them in high school. And now that I am a history teacher of high school students I give notes but every time I do I know that there are going to be 4 common problems. There is no question that for me that notes are the most
The Lead-up: Setting: Any class, USA The class opens… Teacher: “Have you seen the news! Oh my goodness, what a story!” Students: “No.” Teacher: “Do you even watch the news!?” Students: “Sometimes… if my Mom is watching it in the morning.” Here is a piece of news for teachers: Students don’t watch the news. I