School's Almost Over!
You Can Do This!
"Student engagement is not solved by technology. It's solved by giving kids more agency over their learning." ~Will Richardson
What can I do to keep them engaged but still have fun? Try some of these ideas and resources that you can add to your tool box for the end of year activities or find some on your own. Whatever you do, give them options to explore and be creative.
And above all else, learn and have fun!
6 Word Story
This awesome ebook by my twitter friend Don Goble will tell you how to do this neat activity with the students. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/six-word-story-six-unique/id846218165?ls=1&mt=11
Photo by Don Goble
Build with Chrome
Build with LEGO® bricks using Google Maps as your baseplate.
Build online in Chrome.
Check out a laptop cart or use classroom desktops. Not available for mobile devices (phones, iPads, etc).
Year End Wrap Up Game Show Style
Kahoot | Quizizz | Quizlet Live | Quizalize
Read this article by the awesome Matt Miller (creator of Ditch That Textbook) to learn more about each one above including the Pros, Cons and What Makes It Different.
Chrome Music Lab
Play with sound, rhythm, melody, and more. Chrome Music Lab is all built for the web, so you can start playing instantly, whether you’re on a tablet, phone, or laptop.
Videos, Pictures, Vocabulary List, Try it out section and much more. There's even a Test Your Knowledge Section about what you learned that day.
Check it out! You won't be disappointed!
Let Them Code
Some require desktops/laptops while some can be used on all platforms.
Hope this helps!