Hoonuit by Atomic Learning: Personalized PD AWESOMENESS!

This week, I finally started exploring Hoonuit by Atomic Learning after learning about their newer training modules and hearing the buzz about their ISTE contest online. After briefly exploring their "Newly Added and Popular Topics", I was pleasantly surprised and very curious to start a training. The modules definately represented popular educational trends such as Google … Continue reading Hoonuit by Atomic Learning: Personalized PD AWESOMENESS!

BrainPOP’s New Make-A-Movie: Empowering and Engaging Students

Introduction You may have heard that BrainPOP has a brand new Make-A-Movie feature that has been receiving rave reviews. In order to access this feature, students and teachers must have their own premium account, which fortunately we do have access to here in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Teachers can assign Make-A-Movie to their students or create their … Continue reading BrainPOP’s New Make-A-Movie: Empowering and Engaging Students

MashUp-Google Keep with Google Docs: Adding Standards to Your Google Doc Lesson Plans

This month, I saw an amazing idea posted on Twitter by one of my favorite edtech gurus, Eric Curts. His thoughts were to use Google Keep to provide students feedback within Google Docs. This idea inspired me to think how I could use Google Keep to make the process of adding standards to my lesson plans less cumbersome. … Continue reading MashUp-Google Keep with Google Docs: Adding Standards to Your Google Doc Lesson Plans

Formative: A Fabulous Assessment Tool

Coaching Question: How can I use technology for formative assessments and collecting data? Formative There are so many formative assessment tools out there, but very few have the power to transform your instruction by providing feedback and helpful content all while collecting data. With Formative, teachers are able to create powerful formative assessments in a snap. … Continue reading Formative: A Fabulous Assessment Tool

Mathcast Rubrics

Coaching Question: Are there rubrics to evaluate student mathcasts? This month, many teachers have been using Google Drawing and the Screencastify extension to capture student thinking about math. The results have been amazing! Allowing students to access a rubric in advance has proven to be extremely beneficial. Rubrics allow students to know exactly what is expected … Continue reading Mathcast Rubrics

Google Cast for Education: Allowing Students to Share their Screens.

Today's Coaching Question: How can students share their screens with the classroom? Google Cast for Education has made it extremely easy for students and teachers to share their desktops with the classroom. Teachers will download a FREE app in the Chrome Store, which allows students to cast their devices onto the teacher's computer. If the … Continue reading Google Cast for Education: Allowing Students to Share their Screens.