I've talked previously about many awesome collaborative tools to use in your classroom, such as Padlet. In a classroom environment that is rich in educational technology, online collaboration is awesome and extremely easy to use!As we near the end of the school year, I have found myself, like many of you, searching desperately for new ways to review course content for the state test. We can only ... Read More about Using Collaboration Tools in YOUR Classroom!
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I am so excited about flipping my classroom!I have been lucky enough to attend some pretty amazing workshops this year dealing with flipping. I have been sifting through all of the resources and trying to come up with a game plan for my flip. Here's what I have so far...What to flip?I currently teach many sections of American Government, which is a state tested area...eek! From my research and ... Read More about Flipping!
Are your students struggling with making the jump from Microsoft Word to Google Docs?One of the biggest issues my students are having is creating a hanging indent on a Google Doc. If this sounds like your class, click here for a printable for your classroom! (This is also included in the EdTech Printable page)If you'd like a brief YouTube explanation of this process, please see my screencast ... Read More about Hanging Indents in Google Docs
Wow! Have you tried EDpuzzle?Are you looking for a way to incorporate educational videos into your classroom? Maybe, you find a great movie, and only want your students to see a small part of the video. EDpuzzle is the answer!Would you like your students to utilize 21st century skills...such as video editing? Project-based learning? Check out EDpuzzle!EDpuzzle is a Chrome app, but will work on ... Read More about Cool Tool Alert! Check out EDpuzzle!