Instructional Strategies and Technology

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Strategies. Assessment. Technology. http://learning.zahnerhistory.com This is my education blog. It's about sharing experiences in the classroom.

Kevin Zahner
Student-centered technology use is one of my main goals as a tech integrator. In this post, I share Google Classroom features that help me make the user experience more about the individual learner's needs. Student Centered Learning, School Computers, 6th Grade Reading, Computer Class, Instructional Strategies, Google Classroom, Google Drive, Middle School, Technology

Student-centered technology use is one of my main goals as a tech integrator. In this post, I share Google Classroom features that help me make the user experience more about the individual learner's needs.

Google Classroom offers several options for providing feedback on student work. This article explores some of the ways to grade student work and what happens in each of the features for providing feedback. Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Feedback For Students, Google Classroom, Student Work, Google Drive, Cloud, Teacher, Technology

Google Classroom offers several options for providing feedback on student work. This article explores some of the ways to grade student work and what happens in each of the features for providing feedback.

If the evolution of my Chrome browser is any indicator of my tech integration story, the main characters are all about producing and managing learning materials. This post wraps the new list of extensions that support that way I run a classroom. A Classroom, Google Classroom, Chrome Extensions, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Materials, Google Chrome, Educational Technology, That Way, Improve Yourself

If the evolution of my Chrome browser is any indicator of my tech integration story, the main characters are all about producing and managing learning materials. This post is about the new list of extensions that support that way I run a classroom.

If the evolution of my Chrome browser is any indicator of my tech integration story, the main characters are all about producing and managing learning materials. This post wraps the new list of extensions that support that way I run a classroom. A Classroom, Google Classroom, Chrome Extensions, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Materials, Google Chrome, Educational Technology, That Way, Improve Yourself

If the evolution of my Chrome browser is any indicator of my tech integration story, the main characters are all about producing and managing learning materials. This post is about the new list of extensions that support that way I run a classroom.

5 Ideas For Using Drive Slides A Classroom, Google Classroom, Chrome Extensions, Instructional Strategies, Google Drive, Meant To Be, Improve Yourself, Technology, Education

Chrome extensions are essential to my day-to-day productivity, and in a classroom, that means anything that saves time is very welcome. My latest favorite extension is Drive Slides by Matt Miller and Alice Keeler. It automatically places all the images from a Google Drive folder into a Slides doc. Here's five ideas that I've started implementing.

Learn this easy hack to convert PDFs to Google Docs and several useful tools for working with PDFs in connected classrooms. Instructional Strategies, Google Docs, Apps, Classroom, Technology, Tools, Education, Learning, Easy

Learn this easy hack to convert PDFs to Google Docs and several useful tools for working with PDFs in connected classrooms.

Exam reviews can be tedious, boring, and sometimes ineffective. It's often hard to go through a lot of material in a short period of time, which is generally the way class reviews play out. This post offers 10 ways to use Google apps to design reviews that allow students to be contributors, learn with others, and develop brain-based learning and study habits. Digital Review, 10th Exam, Brain Based Learning, Exam Review, Instructional Strategies, Study Habits, Period, Students, Apps

Exam reviews can be tedious, boring, and sometimes ineffective. It's often hard to go through a lot of material in a short period of time, which is generally the way class reviews play out. This post offers 10 ways to use Google apps to design reviews that allow students to be contributors, learn with others, and develop brain-based learning and study habits.

The Google Drive preview for images and PDFs has a comment tool that works great for cooperative analysis. This post shares how we use the comment tool for cartoon analysis in a student-centered activity. Google Drive, Instructional Strategies, Learning Activities, Classroom, Student, Technology, Education, Connect, Cartoon

The Google Drive preview for images and PDFs has a comment tool that works great for cooperative analysis. This post shares how we use the comment tool for cartoon analysis in a student-centered activity.

Team Drive is the ultimate space for collaboration with google apps. It's saved me a lot of time managing permissions with my students, leaving more time for collaboration and learning. Google Team, Instructional Strategies, Google Classroom, Save Me, Collaboration, Improve Yourself, Students, Apps, Technology

Team Drive is the ultimate space for collaboration with google apps. It's saved me a lot of time managing permissions with my students, leaving more time for collaboration and learning.

Bubble sheets are still one of the quickest and most secure ways to collect student responses. This article is about the best grading app for teachers. Instructional Strategies, Assessment, No Response, Bubble, Coding, Classroom, Teacher, Student, Technology

Bubble sheets are still one of the quickest and most secure ways to collect student responses. This article is about the best grading app for teachers.

Crowdsourcing your students is one of the ultimate abilities of a connected classroom. It assesses and engages all by design. This article shares how I use lesson content from students in various ways to make sure their experience is just that. Interest Inventory, Student Centered Learning, Instructional Strategies, Interactive Map, Reading Comprehension, Assessment, Students, Knowledge, Classroom

Crowdsourcing your students is one of the ultimate abilities of a connected classroom. It assesses and engages all by design. This article shares how I use lesson content from students in various ways to make sure their experience is as student-centered as possible.

It's important to make technology decisions work for you. That's why I'm not quick to throw away older methods to accept a shiny new tool. This post shares some ideas about how to use Google Sheets in four different ways to support classroom management needs. Classroom Behavior Management, Instructional Strategies, Work On Yourself, Technology, Education, Learning, Google, Ideas, Blog

It's important to make technology decisions work for you. That's why I'm not quick to throw away older methods to accept a shiny new tool. This post shares some ideas about how to use Google Sheets in four different ways to support classroom management needs.

Technology is supposed to facilitate our work. For classrooms, this means managing information efficiently. The more I try new tools, the closer I come to the old ones. This post is about how to set up Google Forms and Sheets to create a live setting for sharing student responses and feedback. Exit Tickets, Instructional Strategies, Student Teacher, Google Classroom, I Tried, No Response, Blog Live, Technology, Education

Technology is supposed to facilitate our work. For classrooms, this means managing information efficiently. The more I try new tools, the closer I come to the old ones. This post is about how to set up Google Forms and Sheets to create a live setting for sharing student responses and feedback.

Add-ons are one of the best features of Google Apps. You can add them from a published list or write them yourself with scripts. This post is about using rosterSync to share rosters from Google Classroom to Google Sheets. Instructional Strategies, Google Classroom, Scripts, Apps, Technology, Writing, Education, Teaching Strategies, Tech

Add-ons are one of the best features of Google Apps. You can add them from a published list or write them yourself with scripts. This post is about using rosterSync to share rosters from Google Classroom to Google Sheets.

Google Keep supports many of the work habits students need to develop for success in school and beyond. Completing work during optimal times and organizing notes are just a couple of the issues discussed in this article. Google Keep, Organizing, Organization, Instructional Strategies, Keep On, Students, Notes, Success, Organisation

Google Keep supports many of the work habits students need to develop for success in school and beyond. Completing work during optimal times and organizing notes are just a couple of the issues discussed in this article.

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