Google Classroom excels in providing solutions for teachers. From tagging curriculum to exit slips, here are 60 ways to use Google Classroom.
Here's how to create self-grading assessments using Google Forms, a time-saver for teachers committed to using data to revise instruction.
Use Google Docs to collaborate with your colleagues on joint lesson plans or to create shared calendars for cross-classroom activities.
One of the most common uses of the cloud in today's classroom is word processing--which brings us to Google Drive.
From brainstorming ideas to streaming video, here are 12 of the best apps for collaborative learning in the classroom.
The ability to ask the right question at the right time is a powerful indicator of authentic understanding.
Strategies for creating digital choice boards include starting simply, adding audio or video content, and using learning taxonomies.
One of the best ways to engage all students in your classroom is to give students an easy (and even anonymous) way to ask questions.
Before getting too specific or complex, start with a simple search like "What is transfer?" or "Define project-based learning."
Lesson design will ideally meet the relative constraints and opportunities given by the learning circumstance.
In a digital classroom, teachers can become worried that no ‘real learning’ is happening or that they’ve somehow failed to plan sufficiently.
How do you share content from CK-12 to Google Classroom? Navigate to the lesson, then click: Choose-->Assign-->Google Classroom.
In Google Classroom, you can give a numeric grade, leave comment-only feedback, or do both. You can also return assignments without grades.
Google Jamboard is a free app used for real-time, visual collaboration with students that integrates with Google Drive and Classroom.
Where do you begin teaching meditation when you may not be familiar with the practice yourself?
When researching online, what's easiest to find may not necessarily be accurate or represent a full understanding.