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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!
There are millions of websites and our students are looking for instant gratification when it comes to finding answers. But, students are often using websites that are either not credible, erroneous or not current. So, how do we teach students how to find accurate and solid information in a world where anyone can post anything? … Continue reading Getting Students to Evaluate the Authenticity of Websites: Grades 3-12
The Hour of Code This month, thousands of students in my district participated in the Hour of Code. The Hour of Code is a global movement by Code.org and Computer Science Education Week to inspire millions of students across the world to learn how to code and learn about computer science. I always get excited … Continue reading The Hour of Code and The Hechinger Report!
Code.org's annual "Hour of Code" is upon us! Students in my school have been having so much fun learning how to code using Dash and Dot, BeeBots, Robot Mouse, Bloxels, Code.org, Scratch, and countless other resources while learning the fundamentals of coding. Students are engaged and excited! How do we keep that enthusiasm alive? In … Continue reading Coding Squad: Keeping Students Interested in Computer Science Beyond The Hour of Code
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Some educators are referring to annotated digital images of student math problems as #mathsnaps. You can capture and archive student thinking within minutes! Google Keep is such an easy way to accomplish this! Why Use Google Keep? Student may: Take a photograph Add annotations to the image Record their thinking Receive a transcript to edit … Continue reading Google Keep: Talking About Math: #MathSnaps
I can't believe it! I just accidentally noticed you can add a Screen Record App in your Control Settings if you have IOS 11! Wow! The possibilities for creating quick and easy screencasts right on my phone are endless! I haven't been this excited in a long time 🙂 Video Tutorial https://youtu.be/rmDT4nIIjpI
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CODE Booksnaps Using Google Drawings: Promote thinking and creativity using Bitmojis, student created stickers, and images to code the text.