Teaching & Learning Resources
Teaching and Learning Tech Resources
History Function in Google Docs and Slides
Have you ever designed, or wanted to, a group project but did not know how much work each student put into the project? There is an amazing feature in Google Docs and Slides that allows the teacher to view which students did which work in the Doc or Slide.
Google Forms - Self Assessment, Checking for Understanding and Turning In Work!
Teachers often focus on what students will learn during a lesson. Rarely, do we stop and ask ourselves, “What will I learn about what my students know or can do during this lesson?” This is a critical question that teachers should ask themselves as they design the parts of their lesson. We need to build in mechanisms into our lessons to collect formative assessment data.
HIGH-IMPACT CLASSROOM DISCUSSIONS WITH GOOGLE
John Hattie’s research identifies classroom discussions as having an effect size on student achievement of 0.82, which means approximately two years’ of growth in one year. Do you have classroom discussions in your class? Do you use Google tools to promote classroom discussion? If not, let’s take a look at how you can use them to increase student learning in your classroom.
8 Ideas Designed to Engage Students In Active Learning Online
The Reading Corner
Articles you may find helpful, interesting and even enjoyable!
Using a Flip Flop Design for the Concurrent Classroom- Caitlin Tucker
4 steps for powerful distance-learning experiences- Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey
A Trauma-Informed Approach to Teaching Through Coronavirus- Teaching Tolerance