Good morning! As part of this Guildway series, we have made a roundup our top Twitter posts for this week. The tools that made it into this week’s list are Google Slides, Google Sites, Edpuzzle, and Google Classroom. If you are interested in discovering the features of these tools to improve student engagement, organize classroom
Google has revealed a new quiz feature in Google Forms during the ISTE 2017. Like clockwork, Google has updated Google Classroom every month with additional capabilities since Classroom’s release in 2014. One of the big ones of last summer were automatic parent notifications. This month’s ISTE update wasn’t Google Classroom but it’s quizzing tool: Google
The next challenge is ready! I am sorry for the delay, I was working on a side-project, helping elementary schools design a standards based report card using PowerSchool. While fun, I much prefer chatting with you and sharing awesome lesson ideas. It is October and there is no doubt that we are in the grind of teaching.
Word clouds are a great way for students show their understanding and creativity. Every creative student can show understanding by using word cloud makers for classrooms. Word clouds are an easy way for students to display their knowledge while also being creative. They are easy to learn and fun to use. Teachers can spend a
Essays can get boring for students to write. It can also get boring for teachers to read and grade all of them. There are other ways for teachers to teach argument and creativity. We already know students have a range of argument skills. If students are given a selection of tools the results can be