3 Things to Know in Google Forms

3 Things to Know in Google Forms In Google Classroom you want to be on the lookout for 3 dots and a tiny triangle. They are everywhere! These indicate that you have additional options, CLICK ON THEM! 1. Preferences In the upper-right hand corner of Google Forms are 3...

Give Me One for Feedback

Feedback Improves Learning Feedback is powerful for learning, but how much feedback can you give? We are human beings and our time is limited. Instead of asking students to turn in their entire assignment, instead, consider having them only turn in part of the...

9 Google Sites Tips

Use New Google Sites The new Google Sites is so easy to use. I love to use them for tutorials because of how easy it is to integrate multi-media. sites.google.com/new 1. Double Click This is the magic of Google Sites, no need to drag your mouse over to the side panel,...

Chromebook Scavenger Hunt

Chromebook Tips Deana Hubbell tweeted out that she was having her littles explore Chromebooks with a scavenger hunt that uses my template. I added a few additional challenges to the spreadsheet. Share this challenge with students. As they accomplish each challenge...

Representing Borrowing in Math

  Understanding Borrowing For math, many of us know how to borrow, but how do we explain it in a way that demonstrates understanding? Sometimes what we do is so second nature that we can struggle with the “but why?” When our phones can easily do math...

Collaborative Google Slides Bell Ringer

Google Slides Warm Up “I do not use Google Slides to give information, I use it to GET information.” Collaborative Google Slides is really one of my favorite favorite things to use in the classroom. Collaborative documents allow me to open up ONE digital...
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