Archive for the ‘Professional Development’ Category

Learning Goals and Success Criteria Poster

Using Formative assessment in your classroom is necessary to be able to learn and grow with your students. Formative assessment can be used in a wide variety of ways. Educators use to formative assessment to evaluate student comprehension, learning needs, and academic progress. This can be done during a lesson or an entire unit. Using this poster will help you…

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#TeachersBeLike Hashtags for Instagram Teachers

It’s finally here! I have put together the 2017 list of hashtags to use if you are a teacher that uses Instagram already or maybe someone that wants to start today! Enjoy! If you know of another popular # hashtag on IG, please comment below and I would be happy to add it!   #teachersfollowteachers…

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Ever use Scoop it?

Scoop.it is part content curation tool, part social network. This website allows you to create boards of curated content based on topics you choose, share your thoughts on that content, and connect with others who have similar interests. Check out my YouTube channel, I have lots of tutorials on how to get started with technology…

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Education Hashtags – General

Want to stay on top of the education world? The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can use hashtags to find the newest of the new, participate in Twitter chats and advance your profession….

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Which QR Code generator is best?

Which QR code generator is best for educators? I have been asked this questions a few times and started doing the research myself. I have used QR Code Generator  and also tried the Pro version for a trial period time. I really enjoy the features and like how it can track how many times someone scans the…

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Staying Current on Technology in Education

Staying current in the technology education world is not an easy task. Things are changing rapidly and the students are learning new things each day on their own. I have noticed a huge trend in the computer science world with a push for more computer coding. The event that was just held world-wide called Hour…

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Voice Typing Tool in Google Documents

I love the new tool that Google Docs has available to my students and I. Voice Typing is a tool already to go in your Google account. Watch this simple tutorial on how to get your students and co-workers using this tool right away.

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Flubaroo… Who knew?

I use Google Forms a lot, I use it for personal use and in my classroom. I have used it to give my students a quick quiz or test. It is a great way to organize all of my data in one place. The only problem is…. it doesn’t give me a grade…..until now.  …

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Managing Your Google Classroom!

I used this attached checklist to help gauge where PD participates were at in their knowledge of Google Classroom. Tools that can be used with you Google Classroom Create a Quiz using Google Forms: Google Forms is a powerful tool. With a few mouse clicks, teachers can easily create a quiz for students. Google Forms allows…

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Typing Tool in Google Document

How to use the Voice Typing feature in Google Documents Open up a new Google Document.   Click on the ‘Tools’ header and select ‘Voice typing…’ A box will pop up that looks like this, click on the box when you are ready to speak. The first time you use this tool on each device,…

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Prodigy Math Game

Prodigy Math blends math and learning with an irresistibly engaging video game. Students will answer personalized math questions as they explore a magical world and unlock cool outfits, learn great spells, and collect amazing pets! Sign up for your FREE account here, they will give you a code to have your students join and begin…

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