As I indicated on Twitter earlier last week...I'm seriously going crazy with the sheer awesomeness that is Google Forms! The possibilities are seriously endless! I recently had a minor epiphany while creating a rubric for a project. I was naming columns and rows while setting up formulas, which is great. As I told you earlier in this post, I am NOT A GOOGLE SPREADSHEET GURU. There had to ... Read More about Google Forms for Everything!
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Educational Trends in Online Courses – Guest Post
Check out this newest guest post! Educational Trends in Online Courses The IT revolution and the computerization of the world have caused major changes in the educational trends, as well. Although going to elementary school is still compulsory, students can find information in dozens of ways. Also, many of them experience serious problems as a result of cumbersome and slow system of ... Read More about Educational Trends in Online Courses – Guest Post
How to Expand Your Summer Learning with Twitter
Teachers, have you joined Twitter? If you, like my own momma, haven't joined Twitter yet, please jump on the bandwagon! It's free! It's easy to use! It's an AMAZING resource for teachers! If you've read my blog before :) then you know I was originally anti-Twitter. If you would have asked me two years ago why I wasn't on Twitter, I would have told you that I simply didn't have time to read ... Read More about How to Expand Your Summer Learning with Twitter
Reflections from my Flipped Classroom
My first year as a flipped teacher, or a "flipper," has come to a close. And, I'm reminded more and more every day ...as I am teaching summer school in a traditional lecture environment... why I decided to embrace the flipped classroom strategy, and why I won't go back to the sage on the stage method. I don't want to fool you, though. My first year as a flipper was not laced with gold or ... Read More about Reflections from my Flipped Classroom
Gamified Government: Mission Accomplished!
My gamification experiment is over, and the results are in! The most common questions I received from my students were... ... Read More about Gamified Government: Mission Accomplished!