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Another Tool to Share Research (with a Global View)

May26

Research is complete. Now what? How can students share their new found knowledge? There are many possibilities… Write a report (with Google Docs). Make a presentation (with Google Slides). Create a slideshow/movie (with Explain Everything). Put the information into a collage (with PicCollage or PicCollage for Kids). Produce a series of inanimate objects talking (with […]

Google Docs Story Builder Experimentation

March25

Last week, I read a blog post about Google Docs Story Builder. The idea of writing a story about characters writing/collaborating on a story intrigued me and made me wonder if elementary age students would be able to utilize it? The first experiment: A third grade class was learning about opinion writing. They had read […]

Online Math Logs

January3

I wanted to share something that we are piloting at grade 4 in our school: online math logs. Four nights per week, students are expected to complete a two minute timed math fact practice sheet. These sheets must be returned to school. As the saying goes, practice makes perfect, and the school district is looking […]

Google Docs: Forms

January19

Need to survey people, or want your students to administer a survey? Want to make online quizzes for students? Or even better: have students make their own quizzes for each other to demonstrate what they know? Then look no further than Forms in Google Docs. Do you send out an email whenever you need to […]

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