Why do you go left to right? Because a teacher said so? It is the rule? Help your students be more flexible by NOT using order of operations. Ditch PEMDAS!!
Chatbots aren’t just for casual conversations like those in Google Chat. They offer a powerful new way to enhance the learning experience.
In our pursuit of Martin Luther King Jr. and educational equity, it’s vital that we address the digital divide, a significant barrier to equal access to learning opportunities. This reflects the essence of what Martin Luther King Jr. stood for – a relentless quest for equity, particularly in education, where every student deserves a fair chance to succeed.
Generative AI has the potential to change how we teach and do our jobs. The place to start is to familiarize yourself with Google’s AI tool: Google Bard. 8 Tips for Getting Started to Use Google Bard as an Educator
Book Creator is easy to use and adds so much value to any classroom! Even as a math teacher I love to use Book Creator!! Here is your guide for How to Start the School Year with Book Creator
Discover the power of retrieval practice as a potent tool for long-term learning. Explore how Padlet, an interactive digital platform, can be effectively utilized to facilitate retrieval practice and create an engaging learning experience. Learn valuable tips on structuring, prompting, peer learning, feedback, review sessions, and maintaining variety for optimal results. Maximizing Retrieval Practice with Padlet
Alice Keeler and Sheryl Place from BookWidgets have a fun chat. Sheryl shares some of her favorite BookWidgets features.
Free EVERFI K12 course to teach high school students about the dangers of vaping. Incorporates into ANY curriculum. If you are looking for a free vaping course this is it!
FigJam is a collaborative digital whiteboard. Explore 10 lesser-known hidden FigJam whiteboard gems.
Teacher, mom of 5, Google Certified Innovator, Google Developer Expert for Google Workspace, Google Cloud Innovator Champion, Author, Keynote Speaker, Workshop Presenter
Alice Keeler has a BA in Mathematics and an MS in Educational Media Design and Technology. She started teaching high school math in 1999 in the laptop Algebra program. Alice has taught 1:1 her entire teaching career and is passionate about using technology to create student centered classrooms.
Paperless is not a pedagogy. We should not seek to use technology to save paper, but rather to improve learning, improve relationships, and improve student engagement.
The tool is not what creates the learning, but rather an intentional approach for how a tool can create feedback loops, allow choice and voice, allows for communication of ideas in a creative medium, and increase collaboration.
See Alice Keeler in the Developer Keynote as a Google Cloud Innovator Champion