Nearpod can be quite overwhelming. This post breaks down the 20 Nearpod features and when to use them in your math classroom.
Teach students how to use Google Slides using these 5 strategies. You’ll spend less time troubleshooting in the long run!
Student tech issues can be avoided if you tech these things before giving independent tasks to your stufdents.
Teaching tech explicitly is a must to enhance students in 21st century learning. Read to find out why it’s important to explicitly teach it!
Building unforgettable relationships with students is essential to starting the school year. Learn how to do that digitally here!
This is a comprehensive list of free online assessment tools that every teacher can use in their physical and virtual classroom to collect data effectively!
Summer Slide is a real thing and it makes teachers jobs more challenging come the fall. Here are 10 apps & websites that will help combat the slide!
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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.
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.