Are you looking for another awesome way to collaborate with your students using technology? Check out AnswerGarden!When I first read about AnswerGarden on Twitter, (which is where I find a lot of cool tech tools!) I admit I was skeptical. It seemed as though it was almost too simplistic...but that's the beauty of it! AnswerGarden doesn't have the bells and whistles of Padlet, but it is clean, ... Read More about Harvest Students’ Knowledge with Answer Garden!
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Happy Tuesday, friends! I hope you're having a great week and are experiencing the least amount of teacher anxiety possible during the back-to-school-during-COVID craziness that we're all enduring. The middle of next month will be the start of my 13th year in the classroom, which is super weird to think of - I still feel like a new teacher! - and here we are, at the end of July, and I basically ... Read More about Fabulous Features of Google Forms #2 – Confirmation Messages
Hello, friends! I'm coming to you this evening from my desk in our basement on the evening before I head back to work after our extremely brief, but much needed, Easter break. Next year, my district will be adopting a new calendar that allows us to count hours instead of days, which means we will be at school more minutes but fewer days. This means that my eleventh year of teaching will finally ... Read More about Flipped Learning and HyperDocs: Reflections from my Classroom
Check out these great posts for COMMUNICATING with technology! Blogging Flipgrid Google Hangouts Padlet Answer Garden ... Read More about Communicate
Welcome to part two of the techified taxonomy!The next level on Bloom's Taxonomy is the "understanding" level. What does it mean to understand? How can we assess whether or not students understand a concept?Below are some tools that we can use to assess whether or not students "understand" a concept:ScrumblrStudents can use this tool to compare and contrast terms, concepts, events, etc. This is a ... Read More about Bloom’s Techified Taxonomy: Part Two