According to the Global Read Aloud's official website, the Global Read Aloud was created back in 2010 with a simple goal in mind; one book to connect the world! Although it may be easy to purchase the books and participate in the readings during class-time, educators may find it difficult to determine how to use … Continue reading 4 Easy Ways to Integrate Tech During the Global Read Aloud and Collaborate with an Authentic Global Audience
Looking for a new and exciting way for students to share and receive immediate feedback on their original poems? Curious how you can spark student motivation by providing an authentic audience? Or, are you interested in new ways for students to annotate poetry and share their thinking? Try "poetry snaps"
With Flipgrid educators across all content areas and grade levels are easily able to integrate this tool into their curriculum. Check out this sketchnote to learn how!
Create a digital book log using Google Sheets. Template included.
CODE Booksnaps Using Google Drawings: Promote thinking and creativity using Bitmojis, student created stickers, and images to code the text.
Coaching Request: How can I my students use technology to respond to literature? There are so many different ways students can discuss and share their learning after reading. Many educators find that "learning boards" or "choice boards" are a wonderful way to differentiate instruction. These boards allow students to choose which activities they want to … Continue reading Reading Response Choice Board