As part of Guildway’s end of the week roundup series, we have enlisted below 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 Orange Slice, Schoology, and Respondus, have been included.
Do you know why rubrics work so well? It presents a clear outline of what work needs to be done for both teachers and students. It is a map that sets the expectations for what needs to be done. Just as a rubric does for your assignments, the SAMR model helps teachers come up with
1-1 iPads, Chromebooks, BYOD, low tech or not tech. It doesn’t matter. If you are not using interactive videos with your students, they probably are not paying attention. Here is how Edpuzzle was able to solve this problem for me. My Puzzle Pieced Introduction To Edpuzzle I am heading into my 10th year teaching and
If you aren’t showing interactive videos to your students, they probably aren’t watching them. Interactive videos offer countless opportunities to engage, interact, and assess students without disrupting the video. Over the years, I have shown dozens of history documentaries or film clips of varying length during class. Only once or twice have I shown a
I went all through school using PowerPoints. Google Slides is essentially a cut-down version of PowerPoint but there is something different about it. Maybe its the potential for collaboration, the speed at which slide decks can be made, or maybe the fact that it is web-based. I am not sure but it just seems better