Tag Archive: Google

Dec 01

Doctopus & Goobric – Sweet Combo!

This post was originally published at the CORELaborate blog here. Do you correct student papers and give students feedback? Do you use rubrics to score their work and provide feedback? Have you tried Doctopus and Goobric? Those two tools together are awesome! Make sure you have Doctopus and Goobric installed: Here’s how they all work: …

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Nov 23

Diigo Links (weekly)

More great links to amazing resources! 9 Simple Ways To Improve Your Creativity Infographic – e-Learning Infographics Other Infographics Combining the latest findings in neuroscience, interviews with some of the most prominent inventors and creators of today as well as stories and quotes from history, the 9 Simple Ways To Improve Your Creativity Infographic puts …

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Nov 20

Diigo Links (weekly)

More amazing resources! Check out these links: What It’s Like on the Inside: A Wall to Invite Others In If you follow my other blog, then you know that I have set a challenge this year to tell 10 new data stories in 10 months. My goal is to only use data that we don’t …

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Nov 07

Diigo Links (weekly)

Another set of amazing links! Check these out: Arctic Sea Ice Is Losing Its Bulwark : Image of the Day Every year, we report on the melting and growth of Arctic sea ice, the vast sheath of frozen seawater floating on the Arctic Ocean and its neighboring seas. Much attention is focused on the area …

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Oct 02

Diigo Links (weekly)

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Use the New Explore Function in Google Slides Earlier this week Google introduced a new feature to Google Slides, Docs, and Sheets that they are calling “Explore. How To Gain Control Of An Out-Of-Control Class | Smart Classroom Management In the past, I’ve written about the importance of starting …

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Sep 18

Diigo Links (weekly)

Another week of resources! Check out these links: Classroom Games and Tech: Game Design Exploration #2 – Love Letter Several months ago I created a game design exploration that required students to redesign a simple game so it fit a topic they were studying. I’m now working on several Game Design Project Packs that include …

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Jan 14

Multiple GAFE Accounts, Shared Devices?

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In my classroom students have iPads, Samsung Galaxy Tabs, Netbooks, Chromebooks, Laptops, or iMac desktop computers to choose from to do work that requires technology. Some of my devices are old enough that they are glitchy at best and downright frustrating to do anything other than surfing the net. We had some troubles when first …

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Jan 27

1st Semester Assessment

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Peer and self assessment are both strategies used in Assessment for Learning (AfL). When it comes to assessment time, midterms and end of semester I survey all my students to get some insight into how they are learning, what they are learning, and if they need anything different from me. One thing I’ve learned over …

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Jul 23

Math Stereotypes

[This is part of a series of posts I’m writing as I reflect on another online course I’m taking this summer, Stanford University’s EDUC115N How to Learn Math. Sure, I’m a Science teacher but I have taught Math so I’m familiar with Math instruction. Besides, we do use Math in Science so it’s not like …

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Jul 18

1:1 iPad Program Proposal

Back in December when I heard there was interest in starting a 1:1 iPad program in my district I jumped on the idea. I got with the middle school teachers (all nine of us) and I asked if they wanted to pilot a 1:1 program in our school. Everyone was on board so I started drafting …

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