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
There are hundreds of different ways you could incorporate the Question post in your Google Classroom stream to fit your needs and content.
Today’s tip is all about saving precious class time.
eLearning Days are just around the corner! MCS participates in six scheduled secondary eLearning Days. This year, elementary students and teachers will get to participate in two of the six days! If you are new to our district, we are one of several school districts across Indiana that participate in the Flex Learning program through the… Continue reading Five Tips for Successful eLearning Day Lessons
Since April, our staff has completed 385 hours of Google Classroom professional development!
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
Hooray! For those of you in K-5 who opted to receive a Chromebook as your teacher device, it is ready for pick up! Check your email for a message from Vanessa with more information on how you can pick up your Chromebook. I’ve written a new self-paced module to help you get started with your… Continue reading Teacher Chromebooks are Ready!