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Ask 3

March21

A common protocol in many elementary classrooms is “Ask 3, then me.” I’ve used this procedure from my early days of teaching. I quickly discovered as a first year teacher that there would be a line of students constantly around me seeking my answer to routine questions. By having students go to classmates for help, […]

G Suite for Education in the Classroom Ideas

March14

Looking for suggestions on how to use Google tools & services in your classroom? Check out this slide deck full of ideas from Google. Since it’s a “living” presentation, go back to it often to see updates!

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Google Hangouts – Giving Them a Try with Students!

February28

A few years ago when Skype first came on the scene, I worked with some teachers on collaborations that connected students with that tool. For example, we had students play instruments for each other via the video-conferencing software as well as set up a regular picture book reading session with Kindergartners in our district. It […]

Google+ Communities: A Great Way to Connect with Educators

February14

I was looking for more information about using Google Hangouts in the classroom, and during my search I came across some great education Google+ Communities. First of all, what is Google+? Think facebook which most of us have some familiarity, I’m sure… most likely personal. Google+ is an online community where you can share and […]

Google Drive Folders – Get Acquainted

January31

I’ve been on a kick about organization… the New Year, I guess, is my motivation. At the end of 2016, I shared some thoughts about teams and a shared folder in Google Drive. Well, recently, EdTechTeacher added an excellent resource page on its site about Getting Started with Google Drive Folders. They have some great […]

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