Hello, and happy Friday! I'm back at work today after a lovely snow day yesterday ... honestly, I was expecting to be out today as well, but we're here and making the most of it! On election day last week, my students completed an activity that required them to research proposed amendments and initiatives to our state constitution. These ballot measures ranged from allowing the use of medical ... Read More about Using Flippity to Enhance Learning
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Google Forms + Flippity Random Name Picker
Hopefully, you've checked into the awesome *FREE* product that is Flippity. If not, please do so as soon as possible! You won't regret it! When I originally stumbled upon and shared Flippity, it was a flashcard service that allowed users to create flashcards by using a Google Sheet template. These flashcards are accessible via link but are also stored safely in Google Drive. It's ... Read More about Google Forms + Flippity Random Name Picker
Track Student Progress with Flippity
Seriously, Flippity just keeps getting better! In addition to creating flashcards, "quiz show" review games, and certificates by simply modifying a Google Sheet template, now Flippity fans can create Progress Indicators for their students! This newest addition to Flippity includes the same simple instructions as the features listed above. Simply copy, modify, and rename the template. ... Read More about Track Student Progress with Flippity
I’ve Flipped for Flippity!
Are you a Google school? Do your students use flash cards or similar study tools? Do they have access to the Internet? If you answered yes to any of these questions, or even if you answered no, this is an AMAZING tool for your classroom! Check out Flippity!Flippity is a great web tool that allows users to create flashcards (and other study tools) through a Google Sheet template. It is so easy to ... Read More about I’ve Flipped for Flippity!
5 Top Daily Websites for Teachers
Happy Saturday, all! I'm coming to you today from the comfort of my car while waiting for my oldest daughter's soccer game to start. That's how my weekends are spent in this season of life ... soccer, volleyball, basketball games and practice, with my oldest, and ballet, tap, jazz, cheer, and Nutcracker rehearsal with my youngest! When they're grown, I have a feeling my husband and I will sit ... Read More about 5 Top Daily Websites for Teachers