How to use data to inform progress

Involve learners with actionable data Wondering how to use data to inform progress for users in proficiency-based education? Assessment provides The post How to use […]

Where to Find Incredible Student Templates for Google Docs, Slides, Sheets and Drawings!

“Don’t reinvent the wheel, just realign it.” – Anthony J. D’Angelo If you have ever used Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, Drawings, and Forms, then you […]

Should we use auto-graded multiple-choice quizzes?

Scantron was one of the early auto-grading innovations. It cut your grading time down significantly. (Of course, there were those little plastic templates you could […]

Tech tip smackdown! 70+ edtech tips from fellow educators

Warning! This post contains SO many great tips, tricks, links and ideas that you may end up with a case of “too many open tabs”. […]

Forms + Classroom = A Teacher’s Best Friend

As teachers gear up for a new school year many will turn to Google Forms to gather information from parents and students. As with all […]

eFeedback: ICT tools I use to give my students high-quality feedback

Image courtesy of Heisenberg Media via Flickr. Mohamed El-Ashiry takes a look at four online tools that have helped him deliver high-quality feedback to his […]

Increasing student engagement in PLPs at Williston Central

It’s about providing choice in reflection tools Personalized Learning Plans (PLPs) across the state have taken many different forms and serve a few different purposes. […]

Reflective Students with Google Forms and Sheets

It is the end of the semester, and like most teachers, my colleagues and I are currently under the barrage of with last minute regrade requests […]

10 fantastic Google tips from the Google Teacher Tribe

Google is so deep and so broad and so wide. It’s constantly updating and adding — and sometimes removing — features and services. It’s almost […]

40 innovative ideas for using Google Forms in your classroom

We know that Google Forms give us the ability to easily create quizzes or surveys. We can even create self-grading exams or include video or image […]

Is Google Killing Teacher Innovation?

I’ve come to a realization recently that is a bit alarming to me. I think Google may be killing teacher innovation. I don’t think it […]

Five Ways to Use Google Tools as an Instructional Coach

There are many advantages to using Google tools as an instructional coach. Not only can you manage your day-to-day activities, but you can also support […]

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