When I’m trying to teach my students how to use any kind of ed tech, I inevitably have to put together some kind of tutorial to walk them through the process. I spent a lot of time taking screenshots, typing instructions, and organizing it into an easy-to-follow tutorial. It took a long time.
Setting up customized paragraph styles in Google Docs is a simple process.
If you’ve ever created any kind of lengthy Google Doc, then you know how annoying it can be to try to scroll through a long document to find a specific page. Google Docs will create a table of contents for you in just a few simple steps.
Google Forms can give you a lot of versatility when it comes to quizzes in class.
For the last few years, I have refused to give extra credit. Why bother? If the students can’t bother to do the regular credit, why should they get extra credit? That’s what I reasoned, and it made sense.
Trying to create a class in PeerGrade? It’s a simple 3-step process.
PeerGrade is an online peer revision tool. Here are my thoughts on it.