If you have a flipped math class then you will definitely want to read about these tools to help you on the backend of creating lessons.
In Spring 2020, we were thrown into remote learning without warning. All of our structures and routines we had in place were really thrown for a loop! In this post, I break down three things to do to ensure students are still engaged and learning during your distance learning math block!
Isn’t it frustrating when you can’t get to school, but your teacher planner is with you at home? This blog post shares with you 3 ways to go digital!
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 I discovered these awesome features to make my Google Sheets […]
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.
Take any worksheet and make it digital with this easy step-by-step guide to make any worksheet a Google Slide or Forms activity!
Wondering how to organize Google Classroom to best fit your needs?! Look no further – I’ve narrowed down 7 different ways to organize using topics!
I have been inspired by so many teachers who have these amazing resources and information to share! Read about these six wonderful women and how they teach for conceptual understanding with and without tech!
Teaching decimals doesn’t have to give you a headache! Using virtual manipulatives can help students gain a great conceptual understanding and a deeper knowledge of decimal operations.
Google Forms is more than meets the eye. Read about uncommon ways to use Google Forms in your classroom to become more efficient and help keep more time for your teaching!
A quick read on 3 ways to use Google Sheets, besides calculating with formulas, in the classroom!