Student centered classrooms require a lot of intentionality. Being flexible. Knowing the students you have and adapting the curriculum to fit their needs. Being willing to accept alternative assessment.
Recently I started a new part time job at http://schoolytics.com I’m super excited about the new job, but this means having multiple Google Calendars to check and make sure I’m in the right place. I have coded a way to automate my Calendar events to auto add myself. See below to grab the script. Google Apps ScriptYou can code Google Docs, Sheets, Slides,… Read More »Automate – Share Calendar Events With Yourself
Alice Keeler will be joining the Schoolytics team.
Google Jamboard is your digital whiteboard that is COLLABORATIVE!
Join Alice Keeler for cleaning up your Google Classroom at the end of the school year.
Check out your version history in your Google Docs and utilize this to keep your Google Drive cleaned up.
Show students they have mastered content by providing certificates when they pass a Google Form quiz.
Allow students to finish filling out their Google Form responses later. Google Forms will save their progress without needing to submit.
It is the end of the year and your Gmail is not ready for summer vacation. Try these 7 steps
Brainstorm and work through ideas with students. Use Clear Frame in Google Jamboard to remove all notes, textboxes, and pen strokes.
When using Google Classroom the default for feedback is suggestion mode in a Google Doc. Switch to Edit mode.
Move files from your school account to another Google Drive account so that you can keep school files
I created a Free Add-on that will allow you to add a date on the Google Slides and updated it automatically.
Use Google Slides instead of Google Docs. You can make your Google Slides portrait by setting it to 8.5 by 11
Join the Summer of Math 2021 Guest Blog by Howie Hua Last Summer I created a weekly math session called “Math Summer” where teachers do math together over Zoom. I decided to create a space to do math, especially low-floor high-ceiling problems, so we can learn from each other as well as potentially use these tasks in our classroom. Teachers… Read More »Summer of Math 2021 with Howie Hua