TEL me about… Student Engagement Tools

On Monday 6th February we ran another of our TEL me about… workshops, this one looked at student engagement tools. In it we shared a […]

#169 Nearpod [6/9]: Adding multimedia content to your Nearpod presentation

This is the sixth post in our Nearpod series. Today we show you how you can add multimedia content to your Nearpod presentation: slides, videos, slideshows and […]

#157 Nearpod [5/9]: Adding an open ended question activity to a Nearpod presentation

This is the fifth post in our Nearpod series. Today we will look at how to add an open ended question activity to a Nearpod […]

#133 Nearpod [4/9]: Adding the drawing activity to Nearpod

This is the fourth post in our Nearpod series. Today we will look at adding a drawing activity to your Nearpod presentation. Get students to annotate an […]

#121 Nearpod [3/9]: Adding a poll activity to Nearpod

This is the third post in our Nearpod series. Today we will look at adding a poll to your Nearpod presentation. This is a quick […]

#113 Nearpod [2/9]: Adding a quiz activity to Nearpod

As we mentioned in our first post on Nearpod (#81 Nearpod [1/9]: An introduction to Nearpod), our future posts we will look at all the different activities […]

#81 Nearpod [1/9]: An introduction to Nearpod

Nearpod** is an ‘all-in-one’ presentation tool authored on the web. In its simplest form, you upload an existing PowerPoint and you add interactive activities to your […]

How does professional development affect technology integration?

The impact of PD in a 1:1 teaching environment A trio of middle grades educators from Mill River Union High School, in Clarendon, Vermont, presented […]

What are some good tools for studying hurricanes?

Science app-smashing in a 1:1 environment Brendan Nerney, a middle grades educator at Mill River Union High School in Clarendon, Vermont, explains some of the […]

Finding joy in the classroom

Is joy in learning an innovation? Recently, I was charmed and inspired upon seeing a first grade student’s take on setting goals to improve healthy […]

Improve student interaction and engagement with participant response tools

Quick polling is an interactive way to engage students in classes by asking them to respond to quick questions and provide immediate feedback. (Calma et al, 2014) […]

3 Ways to Make Maps Come Alive in Your Classroom

Have you ever thought about the power of a map and the story it tells? Instead of having your students write a five paragraph essay, […]

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