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Finds and Thoughts about Tech Integration

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Making Video Assignments More Interactive for Students (and More Informative For Teachers)

January5

For demonstration purposes, I am a student in many real Google Classrooms. Therefore, I often will receive emails to assignments (since I’m an adult in our school domain with email privileges activated).  I don’t mind receiving these emails as they keep me in the loop of how people are using Google Classroom. I have noticed […]

Getting that Works Cited List into Google Classroom

December15

Recently, a video posted online helped me resolve an issue with Google Classroom (see here). I decided that I should try my hand at an instructional screencast. My topic: how to pull that Works Cited list into Google Classroom. It’s important for us to teach students to be good digital citizens and cite sources, no […]

Explain Everything – It’s Not Just for Math

January28

In my last post, I highlighted another example of how Explain Everthing can make student thinking visible in math. I realized that so far I’ve only shown math integration. Yet, like its name implies, Explain Everything is not just for math. I wanted to take a moment this week to share how the app was […]

Game Changer

January21

Technology can be a good avenue for producing a polished piece of work that can be displayed proudly to a large audience. Today’s tech tools can assist even the youngest student in achieving a professional and sophisticated look. Honestly, it’s never been a better time to showcase a student’s work and knowledge at the end […]

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