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!
Take any worksheet and make it digital with this easy step-by-step guide to make any worksheet a Google Slide or Forms activity!
Teaching remotely, online, or distance learning? Here are over 20 add-ons, apps, and websites to help make your life easier during this time.
Wondering if you should use Google Classroom in your math class? The answer is yes and here’s why!
Giving student roles is a great way to keep them engaged in a lesson. In this post you’ll read about two different ways to assign roles that will ensure every student is doing their part.
You don’t need to be 1:1 to be techie in the classroom. Read about how I use Plickers in my classroom!
Tests are a necessary evil of teaching and being such a data driven society, they can be added stress for students and teachers alike. Read about the dos and don’ts of offering test corrections to your students. Good for any age!
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