Flipgrid Rubric for all Subjects and Grade Levels
Product DescriptionUse this FLIPGRID Rubric with any subject. It was designed for beginner Flipgrid users in mind but will fit most levels. Use this to make sure students are recording Flipgrids that are ready to be published. Print and go- everything is ready!EDIT the point values, and letter grade...
Teacher PD Choice Boards, Learning Menus and Playlists
In most of my technology training workshops there are teachers of different levels of digital competence and it's difficult to find act...
How to do a Virtual Gallery Walk using Padlet - Profe Nygaard
Gallery walks are a great way for students to observe each other's work. Padlet makes this possible to do virtually while distance learning!
Click to Spin - A Fun and Free Random Name Picker
Random Name Picker is new free tool from Russel Tarr at Classtools.net. The Random Name Picker lets you input names and spin a virtual wheel to have a name randomly selected from the list. After a name is selected you can remove it from the wheel so that it is not selected again. Random Name Picker is free to use and does not require a registration on Classtools.net. You can save your lists by assigning passwords to them. You can re-use your saved lists. The Random Name Picker wheel can be…
10 Important Google Sheets Tips for Teachers via Educators Technology | Educational News and Web Tools
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do
I talk about the wonders of Google Slides CONSTANTLY and frequently refer to it as the Swiss Army Knife of G Suite. It can do all kinds of things! In this post and podcast series, I will show you 25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do.
11 Useful Formative Assessment Tools for Teachers
Formative assessment tools are a great way to measure a student’s performance before, during, and throughout the instruction process.
Roll Dice in Google Slides - Teacher Tech
Try out my Slides Dice template. Notice the addition of a dice menu to this Google Slides template. Roll dice while using Google Slides.
HIDE AND REVEAL HIDDEN TEXT ON GOOGLE SLIDES
Use this hack to hide and reveal hidden text when creating digital activities for students to complete on Google Slides. Learn how and why hidden text on Google Slides can add another layer of engagement to your Google Slides digital interactive notebooks, activities and more! What is Hidden Text? Hidden text refers simply to text that is the same color as a background object or shape on the Google Slide. Since it is the exact same color, students will not be able to read the text without…
10 Hacks for Creating with Google Slides - Part 1 - Peacefield History
If you’re a Google Slides newbie, this is the post for you! As soon as I discovered Google Slides, I started creating with Google Slides. I loved the versatility of creating my resources right on the internet, and the quick and easy ability to share those resources with my students in Google Classroom. I also [...]
Mystery Walker Techified
With the beginning of the school year literally right around the corner, I've been combing through my Pinterest boards for a little beginning of the year inspiration. As I was scrolling through my PBIS board, I came across a pin about using a Mystery Walker. Ironically, one of my colleagues had mentioned this idea at our beginning of the year meeting as well and I thought about trying the idea again. If you're not familiar with Mystery Walker you can read about it here on What Happens in…
Add events to your Schoology Calendar and view them in your Google Calendar and add events in your Google Calendar and view them in your Schoology Calendar
35 Useful Remote Learning Resources
Are you scrambling to gather resources for your students before your school closure? Look no further with these must-have remote learning resources!
Project Based Learning in the Elementary Classroom Using PebbleGo
Learn how PebbleGo by Capstone can support project based learning and inquiry based learning activities in the elementary classroom. Project based learning in the elementary classroom does not have to be intimidating. PebbleGo allows students to explore and research topics independently, which leads to more successful implementation of authentic project based learning. PebbleGo compensated me for writing this piece, but the opinions are my own. What is Project Based Learning? Project-based…
Integrating Flipgrid Across All Content Areas
With Flipgrid educators across all content areas and grade levels are easily able to integrate this tool into their curriculum. Check out this sketchnote to learn how!