I dislike wasting time looking for documents that I have already created or "borrowed" from the internet. I want to be able to quickly find my work and post it on Google Classroom.
More importantly, I need to be able to provide my students with a copy of my sample work (anchor text, exemplars, class models, etc) so they can refer back to the work. So, after much trial and error, I finally found a way to organize and assign files to students so students utilize the documents as tools for learning.
Click on the slideshow I made learn more about the three tips on how to use GClass to maximize student learning.
Google Classroom: Clear Assignments
I am very excited to share and demo some great tools for learning. Yesterday, we had a successful tech pd in my class, as I demonstrated the difference between presentation tools like Nearpod, Peardeck, and Slide by Google.
There are so many awesome presentation tools out there, like Prezi! What's your favorite? What do you use the tools for?
I find tools where I can pace the lesson and immediately check for understanding really help my students focus, and the immediate CFU is so powerful! Peardeck is my go to app for this because it's so easy to make presentations.
How do you use presentation tools?