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Organize with a YouTube Playlist

December20

Video is a great way to grab your students’ attention. The right video can jump start a unit, teach a tricky concept, deepen understanding or serve as a review. Often videos are watched whole class with a classroom discussion following, or a teacher may assign a video in Google Classroom for independent viewing and commenting. […]

Digital Lesson Creator

June7

Recently, someone shared Blendspace with me. If you want to create stations, differentiate instruction and/or preview, enhance or review topics with students, you’ll want to check out this quick demo of this service: Using Google Classroom? Blendspace lessons may be a perfect match for organizing links and online content for access via a Classroom Assignment. […]

FlipQuiz

June3

Knowing that teachers do not have a lot of time to read these days… I will get straight to it: FlipQuiz looks like a very simple, free tool to give a try. (Think Jeopardy board.) It’s a perfect solution to engage students in a review quiz using our classroom mounted projectors. The quiz even could […]

It’s the Little Things…

October29

Being an elementary educator, I know that it’s those little things that can make our days… especially when those little things help us manage and engage a classroom of students! At MassCUE in Suzy Brooks‘ presentation, “Technically Invisible,” I came across such a tool that I think teachers with mounted projectors will love to try […]

Show (and Tell) What You Know Apps

October8

These are the 3 apps on our iPad Minis that I wanted to highlight at the 10/8/13 faculty meeting: Pic Collage – Biography Example Pic Play Post – Simple Machine Example ScreenChomp – Math – Estimation Example Each of these apps lets students quickly demonstrate understanding as well as gives students an opportunity to construct […]

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