April 2017

#edublogsclub – Giveaway

a hand reaching out

This one was tough, which is why it is weeks late being posted.  I couldn’t come up with one thing that would be interesting to give away besides ideas. Here’s what I settled on…. a giveaway of an incredibly short activity I am going to do on Monday based on an video I happened upon while …

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Time Saving Hacks with Google Form Quizzes

Google Forms is a quick and easy way to give an assessment, but it can be time consuming with all of the clicking necessary to make quizzes.  Here is a short video that will walk you through some time saving tips.  (Last week I actually wrote out a post with these directions, but decided on …

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#edublogsclub – The Pendulum

#edublogsclub pendulum

The first suggestion for ideas to write about for this post was: Write a post about learning styles and your thoughts on the recent research suggesting they are an ineffective teaching/learning tool. Confession time:  Do you know what I did for the first week of my very first week of being a French teacher?  The …

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5 Ways to Use Google Q and A

I love using Google’s Q and A feature to get students talking.  In a 1-1 classroom it’s an efficient way to ask a question and elicit a response from the entire class; or rather from each student.  Here’s five ways you can use Google Slides. Last week we were working on questions.  Students wrote questions …

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