Here are three alternatives to traditional yearbooks that will save you time as teacher and give students the change to personalize their memories!
This blog post is a collaboration between Reagan from Educate with Ease and Allie from Tech About Math! The links provided in this post are not affiliate links and we receive no commission if you make a purchase. Finding books that focus on math can… Read More »The Growing List of Books to Make Your Math Classroom More Equitable
It’s June and that means for most of us the year is done (or almost done) and what more is there to do, besides plan for next year? Do an end of year Google Classroom clean-up, of course! I did write a post about how… Read More »End of Year Google Classroom Clean-Up in 3 Quick Steps!
Declutter your digital workspace by following these steps to make searching for anything on your desktop effortless! Grab a free checklist at the end.
I wrote about some awesome things you could do with Google Sheets in this post, but I completely understand that it can be quite an intimidating app. I’m not going to lie – it was my least favorite up until last year. It wasn’t until… Read More »5 Not-So-Secret Features Ease Your Google Sheets Experience!
These three extensions have been saving me a ton of time with distance learning and keep my students engaged throughout my lessons.
One of my favorite and most versatile apps of G Suite is Google Slides. The amount of different activities you can have students do with them is amazing! Last year, I had my students create a GIF with Google Slides and it was said to be the best project of the year. With that, I bring you five things you can do with Google Slides that you didn’t know you could do!
Student engagement is a struggle in the classroom, but you can bring your strategies from your brick & mortar classroom to your virtual one easily. Read about these two strategies that I use to enhance student engagement.
Math Choice Boards are a great way to give students ownership of their learning. Read about how to implement them in your classroom.
Determine which way to share an assignment is best for you and your students. This post walks you through the three ways and some ideas for each!
To teach math remotely is definitely a new challenge for teachers. Here are a few things you can do to keep students engaged while virtually teaching them.
Google Meet is a great tool for virtually seeing your class! Here is a quick-start guide to help you get started with distance learning!