Special Tech Teach

"Teacher by Trade, Tech Geek by Choice" Helping teachers, especially those in Special Education, bring technology into their classrooms- written by Google Certified Teacher, Melissa Murphy.

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These Are a Few of My Favorite Forms! Day 7- Drop Box

If you are anything like me, when you first started with Google Apps for Education, your "Shared With Me" folder quickly exploded with students submissions. […]

These Are a Few of My Favorite Forms! Day 6- Reading Interest Inventory

Sorry I didn't get a chance to post a form last night! My husband and I went out on the town for Date Night. On […]

These Are a Few of My Favorite Forms! Day 5- Test Review

So it's the day before a test or summative assessment. How can you prepare your students, review key terms and important ideas, and find out […]

These Are a Few of My Favorite Forms! Day 4- Embedded Videos

I have to say, of the many different uses of forms that I have shared and will share, this is the form type I use […]

These Are a Few of My Favorite Forms! Day 3- Pre and Post-Assessments

Today's form is an idea that my friend and co-worker +Stephanie Travers came up with. She teaches 7th and 8th grade ELA, and found at the end […]

There Are a Few of My Favorite Forms! Day 2- Group Work Survey

In an age that encourages collaboration, teachers need to be realistic in their expectations for group work. Is every group going to split the work […]

These Are a Few of My Favorite (Google) Forms! Day 1- Simple Exit Ticket

I am challenging myself in this New Year to keep on top of my blogging! Things have been hectic, with Google Teacher Academy in December, […]

Google Teacher Academy, or "The Two Days That Keep Me Inspired EVERY Day"

This post has been a long time coming- over a month already! Coming back to New Jersey and getting back into the swing of things […]

Using BlendSpace, or "Wow, It's All In One Place!"

When I started teaching a self-contained class, one of my biggest concerns was addressing the diverse needs of my students in order for them to […]

Google Research Tool, Or "Kids These Days Have It So Easy!"

Let me preface this entry by saying that here in Belmar, we have the awesome privilege of receiving bi-weekly Google PD from Google Certified Trainer +Rich Kiker, and […]

Student Passwords- Or How to Stop "I Forgot My Username again!"

"I can't remember my username for Edmodo!""Wait, what was my password for Measuring Up again??""Is it my first name then last name, or last name […]

The First Post- Or How Google Left Me Speechless

As a connected educator, I follow more blogs, tweets, and circles than I can count. But I never really saw myself creating a blog on […]

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