You and I are probably in the same boat – trying to figure out how to take months of instruction and make it available to students for Remote Learning. There are many ways to do this, the learning curves of some ways are steeper than others! That is why I love Padlet. Padlet provides a simple and easy way to give students notes, videos, links, and instructions – with their responses – all in one place, and all online.Continue reading “Remote Learning Using Padlet to Teach Digital Lessons”
Cellphones in the classroom – talk about a blessing and a curse in one tiny, expensive package!
Leveraged for good, cellphones in the classroom can open up a world of technology based learning for students. But how can teachers utilize their amazing benefits, without the constant battle against distraction?
Do you want to use more technology in the classroom, but you are not sure where to start?
Try out these three tech tools that are so simple and easy to learn, you can start using them in your classroom tomorrow!
Teachers everywhere are using Google Forms in the classroom for making self-graded assessments. But Google Forms can be used for so much more!
Which do you want to try? Scroll down and find links to detailed articles for how to accomplish each new way in your own classroom.
Regular self reflection is a powerful tool for motivating students to do their best. It is also great tool for encouraging a growth mindset.
Using Google Forms will make self reflection easy, and give your students (and you) quick access to valuable data.
Blended Learning is the answer to so many common challenges and frustrations for teachers. Blended Learning will transform the way you teach, and the way your students learn. It will…
- Increase student engagement
- Help you differentiate like never before
- Give you more class time
- Allow ‘you’ to be with every student at one time – they can even take you home
And the best part? It is easy!