If you’re like me, you are constantly bombarded with emails daily, and often those small things you need to do get lost in the slush. So we’re going to take a look at a few features that you can use Gmail for to help you keep up with everything you need to do.
I thought this would help me get ahead and hit the ground running when August came. I would already have everything ready, and the year would start off really great. I was wrong. School was good, but I was not.
ogle Keep has quickly become one of my favorite tools in the Google toolbox. The app has expanded its capabilities and now has a lot of great things that it can do. Here are some of the best features about Google Keep that will help you stay organized with information.
Some of my best lessons in the classroom were not planned. They just happened. A question from a student. A problem that I didn’t foresee. An obstacle that they are stuck on. All of these issues have created some of the best learning opportunities in my class because they tap into the natural curiosities of my students.
I had the privilege of delivering a couple of concurrent sessions at this year’s Georgia Education Technology Conference in Atlanta. I had a great time in the sessions. I met a few of my favorite educators from around the country. And I learned a lot of new ideas that I can’t wait to use. A funny thing happened to me on my way there on the final day.
Google Forms is a versatile tool that can do a lot of things. One of the most helpful things it can do is help differentiate student learning through something called branching.
I’m a high school English teacher, so I’m always looking for ways to help my students develop their reading skills. With the push for STEM 4 Cs, I’ve had a difficult time figuring out how I can make reading (which is a very individual skill) into a more collaborative one. That’s where Edji comes in.
I’ve had some personal experience in the importance of encouragement, both negative and positive, as a student and a teacher.
I can’t express in words how happy I am that it’s finally here. Google has added rubrics to Classroom assignments, and I couldn’t be happier.
I’ve taught high school English for 12 years now, and every year I’ve had the same problem.