Our end of the week roundup highlights our most liked an retweeted posts. For this week’s list, the topic about engaging the most disengaged students by making your class a game has been included. You can do it by simply adding game elements as discussed in the first blog post in the list below. Our
Good morning! For this end of the week roundup of top Twitter posts, tools and websites such as Google Keep, Google Classroom, and WordPress have made the cut. If you would like to know the essential tool for a given task, such as time management, lesson planning, and conducting formative assessment, we have a solution
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
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.
This week’s challenge is meant to help you focus your next lesson. Last week’s challenge was for you to choose your learning management system (LMS) for the year. If your LMS is your class’s online home base, the learning objectives are the missions. This week’s challenge is to help you focus your next learning objective so