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Why just show when you can show-and-tell? Communicate your idea in 3 easy steps or less: Snip It Click and drag to capture any window or area of your screen, and you’re done! Annotate It Or, narrate your comments and draw on your snip with digital ink. Share It Paste your snip, send it as a URL, or save it as an MP4 video.
Using Twitter in my classroom has certainly elevated my tech savvy status with parents as well as my instagramming 5th graders who have never known a world without digital devices. We live in a very social world, so why not use social media in the classroom? Social media is a part of daily life for millions of people on our planet and it’s not going away any time soon. Using it in my classroom allows me to model appropriate use and teaches my students necessary skills they will need for their lives beyond our classroom.
OrangeSlice:Teacher Rubric is an interesting Google Docs add-on to use for creating rubric selections and converting the Analysis or Holistic rubric into a percentage or points grade. This app, according to its developer, comes to fill in the grading deficiency in Google Classroom and Docs.
I’ve been a long term advocate of the use of infographics in education and especially enjoy thinking of ways that students can be encouraged to engage with and question the content as well as create their own graphics, so when I rediscovered Visme.co I was really delighted to find the tool that I once thought was a PowerPoint substitute for creating online presentations had turned into an awesome interactive infographic creator.
Wizer is a neat tool for creating a variety of interactive assignments including writing assignments, multiple choice quizzes, and labeling assignments. You can distribute your Wizer activities to your students through Google Classroom or through the use of a link and pin system.
There are hundreds of ways you can use google apps in the classroom to enhance instruction. Google has built multiple apps that are not only useful as productivity applications, google apps can also be used as learning applications to help you disseminate information. It’s quite possible you ar using Gmail for your own personal email or perhaps your entire organization uses it if you have signed up as Google Apps for Education account. Google is all about giving you tools to find information and really that is all education is. You teach students math or English or the history of the world, but the most effective teachers not only disseminates information, but they teach the students to teach themselves.
Ahora que va a comenzar el curso escolar y que muchos profesores estarán pensando en utilizar tabletas con sistema operativo Android pueden apoyarse en su planificación en este listado de aplicaciones organizadas por categorías.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.