"I use Bag The Web to compile resources for students. Although it requires some initial setup, I think in the end, it's easier than updating a website constantly. I can set up different bags for different classes or subjects and then…"
"During face-to-face instruction I often use Jing videos that I have created to teach procedures. When I'm teaching technology, often I need to model a long or complex procedure. I find that the video grabs the students'…"
"Something we are currently working on in my district is using QR Codes in the classroom. Every math teacher at our school assigns students a weekly "computations" worksheet that is due every Friday to review current math concepts and…"
"We just started using Aviary this year at our school! We've been primarily using it for photo editing as a Photoshop replacement (Phoenix). I think it's pretty nice except that we often run into little glitchy things. I…"
"I've been hearing a lot about Evernote lately. I just read a blog post (which I can't find at the moment) by a teacher who creates almost all of his lesson plans in Evernote and uploads any additional resources to the folders he…"
"We use Google Docs a ton in our classes with the students. Here are three of the most useful tips I've come across as we use the suite:
1. COMMENTS: Teachers, especially the language arts teachers, use the "Insert >…"
A resource a colleague just shared with me is called Fakebook. Students can fill in information to complete a "fakebook" page for a fictional character, historical figure, and more. I have also used these in combination with a timeline activity - Students can fill in "status updates" in chronological order that represent historical events that a particular figure might have participated in, for example. Here is the link: …See More
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