I’m participating in George Couros’ Innovator’s Mindset Massive Open Online Course (#IMMOOC) over the next few weeks. Each week I’ll write a blog post as part of my participation and share it with you. Hope you enjoy them! I travel all over the country training teachers in strategies that can help transform their teaching. One… Continue reading Where the Magic Happens
If you enjoyed Matt Miller on the January 13 eLearning day, the fun doesn’t have to stop there! Matt and Google guru Kasey Bell started a weekly podcast last week that is chock full of great conversation about teaching and using GSuite in the classroom. Check out the first two episodes at http://googleteachertribe.com/. Make sure you subscribe… Continue reading Want More Matt Miller Goodies? Join the Google Teacher Tribe!
We’re finally at part five of “Five Easy Ways to Integrate Google Classroom into Your Daily Routine”. I hope the series has been beneficial in beginning your journey with Classroom. Today’s topic is feedback. Give (and Get) Feedback All teachers know that authentic and timely feedback is crucial to the learning process. But there are… Continue reading Five Easy Ways to Integrate Google Classroom into Your Daily Routine: Part 5
Let’s face it. Whether we want to admit it or not, there is a tendency to be a bit of a control freak in all teachers. I think that’s part of why we were drawn to the job. Before we were teachers, we all had dreams of students sitting in perfect rows, listening enraptured to… Continue reading Five Easy Ways to Integrate Google Classroom Into Your Daily Routine: Part 4
Today I’m continuing my series of easy ways you can incorporate Google Classroom into daily classroom routines. Today’s tip is to use the announcement feature to push out websites and other links to your students. Push Out Websites to Students We all know how agonizing it can be sometimes to get students on the same… Continue reading Five Easy Ways to Incorporate Google Classroom Into Your Daily Routine: Part 3
Today’s tip is all about saving precious class time.
What I love about Google is the developers of Classroom truly listen to teachers. Last month I got an email when Google updated their assignment interface to include the ability to schedule assignments and posts in Classroom. It said, “Because you asked…..”. I was so excited! So imagine my excitement this morning when I went… Continue reading Ask and Ye Shall Receive: Quizzes in Google Forms