SCHS EdTech Update
End of the Year Tips and Tricks
- If you are looking for interactive simulations for your classroom, check to see if they are available in HTML5. It's a reliable way to tell if the simulation will work on the Chromebooks.
- Look for the red "Sign in with Google" button on websites. That means students can create accounts on the site without having to create a new username/password.
- Find YouTube channels you can follow. If you already use some go-to YouTube videos created by other teachers, check to see if they have a channel that provides a library of videos. They can become like "co-teachers" in your classroom.
- Try creating some of your own videos for your classroom! Check out this list of video creation tools to help you find one that fits your needs.
Schoology Transition to Summer Guide
Click here to open a Google doc that has some tips for ending this school year, working over the summer, and starting the fall.
Looking for something new for your Twitter feed?
- @kystetech: KySTE (Kentucky Society for Technology in Education) gives you great edtech tips and tricks, and it will introduce you to some new tools.
- @SCHSRockets: Keep up with all of the SCHS athletics. I use it to follow games that I can't attend by watching for score updates and video clips.
- @Schoology: They post plenty of great tips and can connect you to Schoology pros worth following. Great for anyone new to Schoology!
Donovan Livingston's Harvard Graduate School of Education Student Speech