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Amazing Apple and Android app which allows you to take a poll from your class instantly using the camera on your device. Your students simply hold up the symbol for the multiple choice answer they wish to give. The app logs how many answered each choice, but also who chose which answer - Making assessment and feedback easy. Apple download: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/plickers/id701184049?ls=1&mt=8 Android download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.plickers.client.android

Amazing Apple and Android app which allows you to take a poll from your class instantly using the camera on your device. Your students simply hold up the symbol for the multiple choice answer they wish to give. The app logs how many answered each choice, but also who chose which answer - Making assessment and feedback easy. Apple download: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/plickers/id701184049?ls=1mt=8 Android download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.plickers.client.android

If your school has moved to Common Core standards you will love this site. This site is filled with teacher uploaded assessments based on Common Core standards.

COMMON CORE To my teacher followers if your school has moved to Common Core standards you will love this site. This site is filled with teacher uploaded assessments based on Common Core standards. Make sure you share what you created and follow me on there too! :)

MasteryConnect makes it simple to share and discover common formative assessments and track mastery of state and Common Core standards. Built-in grading tools save teachers time. If your school has moved to Common Core standards you will love this site. This site is filled with teacher uploaded assessments based on Common Core standards.

Find common formative assessments from other educators. What a neat tracking and collaborating tool for implementing Common Core.

Common Core formative assessments. Can be used with computers and iPods too!

Awesome for formative assessment based around common core!

site for teacher assessments based on Common Core.

common core assessments

ExitTicket is a classroom and student response system

Assessment App: Exit-Ticket app. I absolutely love this idea. Its a quick an easy way to get instant feedback from your students

Exit ticket is a great formative assessment tool for teachers to leave as students are leaving the classroom. This allows teacher to see what students know or want to know more about. It can even tell the teacher what he or she needs to review.

I give exit tickets quite often. It can be time consuming especially with the more complex math problems when I collect the Math Ticket and have to check the students work prior to the next lesson. Having a technology based exit ticket would allow for the student responses to be easily organized.

ExitTicket is another iPad app that is a good way to perform an informal formative assessment on students, particularly in the Elementary grade level. http://exitticket.org/

ExitTicket is a classroom and student response system #edtech #byod #student #response #formative #assessment #exit #ticket

ExitTicket is a classroom and student response system--like plickers, but another good quick formative assessment option

ExitTicket | Student Response System | Student Clickers | Exit Tickets | Classroom Response System

http://exitticket.org/ Student response system great for BYOD classrooms. No app to install!

When it comes to crafting individualized instruction for your students, Exitticket emerges as the fullest-featured piece of exit ticket software I've seen.

4 Powerful Formative Assessment Tools For The Chromebook Classroom - Edudemic

4 Powerful Formative Assessment Tools For The Chromebook Classroom - Edudemic, including KAHOOT. Great check-in from HW, flipped lesson quick quiz on reading, or after a lesson as a wrap-up.

4 Powerful Formative Assessment Tools For The Chromebook Classroom - Edudemic, including KAHOOT. KAHOOT is one of the best!

4 Powerful Formative Assessment Tools For The Chromebook Classroom - Edudemic......Kahoot is one of my all time favorites

4 Powerful Formative Assessment Tools For The Chromebook Classroom - Used this in my class while long term subbing. Such an amazing tool!

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4 Powerful Formative Assessment Tools For The Chromebook Classroom - Edudemic, including KAHOOT

Four Powerful Formative Assessment Tools for the Chromebook Classroom | The Future of Learning

An online quiz generator...can be used as a formative or summative assessment tool

The Three Ring site lets you sort student work. Helpful for assessment/parents info/teacher portfolio. Free for teachers w/ iPad or iPhone

The Three Ring site lets you easily digitize student work and build the resource for authentic assessment

The Three Ring site and app lets you easily digitize student work and build resource for authentic assessment in your classroom.

Quickly and easily digitize student work and build the resource for authentic assessment in your classroom.

Three Ring. Take pictures instead of keeping hard copies of assignments for student portfolios.

Three Ring for Teachers: App to take pics of students work, they store for you

Three Ring app to collect and organize students' work.

Three Ring for making digital portfolios. (Ipad App)

This is a great app for classroom teachers.

three ring: student work app!

ExitTicket - is a powerful interactive student response system designed to give you detailed performance data for every student in your class....

ExitTicket - free #onlineassessment tool - may align standards & learning targets to questions #edchat

Exit Ticket is a website/app that allows for real-time data collection perfect for exit slips and quick assessments. The site is customized using Common Core standards. Both short and long term data can be observed and easily shared.

ExitTicket is a powerful interactive student response system designed to give you detailed performance data for every student in your class.

This web 2.0 tool allows teachers to utilize exit slips in their classroom. Through this site, teachers can create their own exit slip or use one from the common core standards. This site also tracks individual student's progress.

ExitTicket is an app where students answer questions based on the common core and the teacher's learning target. The results are recorded in the student's profile and viewed by the teacher. The app also keeps each student's data to see progression throughout the school year.

ExitTicket - is a powerful interactive student response system designed to give you detailed performance data for every student in your class....maybe someday when we get one on one devices.

ExitTicket is a powerful interactive student response system designed to give you detailed performance data for every student in your class. #Chromebooksarecoming @thebonn @amandascout1 @cindytchr

This is a link to a website called Exit Ticket. After exploring the website, this seems like a great technology tool that teachers can use in the classroom to quickly and easily collect data. When formatively assessing students in an informal way it can be difficult to collect data especially while trying to keep the pace of the lesson. Using this program will allow teachers to monitor student progress efficiently and effectively. Teachers could use it to track academic or behavior progress.

ExitTicket - student response system - FREE APP

Laminate, have students write the answer to an exit slip with dry erase marker. Color code by class. Good way to quickly assess. Kids grab ticket on way in the room, drop in basket on way out.

Formative assessment: Laminate, have students write the answer to an exit slip with wet erase marker. Color code by class.

Ticket Out The Door - Laminate & use dry erase markers. Color code by class. Good way to quickly assess. Kids grab ticket on way in the room, drop in basket on way out.

What a great idea to laminate your exit tickets, I hadn't thought of that! Laminate, have students write the answer to an exit slip with dry erase marker. Color code by class. Good way to quickly assess. Kids grab ticket on way in the room, drop in basket on way out.

Exit Ticket template.

PLICKERS - Do you have at least one device (iPad, iPod) in your classroom, even if it's your own? Then you have a way to get automatic feedback from each of your students in a fun way that keeps all of your students accountable (no more straining your eyes to see every single individual whiteboard!).

Plickers is a great tool to have in the classroom to get a good idea of how many students understand what you are teaching.

PLICKERS - Do you have at least one device (iPad, iPod) in your classroom, even if it's your own? Then you have a way to get automatic feedback from each of your students in a fun way that keeps all of your students accountable (no more straining your eye

PLICKERS - Do you have at least one device (iPad, iPod) in your classroom, even if it's your own? Then you have a way to get automatic feedback from each of your students in a fun way that keeps all of your students accountable (no more straining your eyes to see every single individual whiteboard!). http://480degrees.com/ #etlobest

Plickers - Automatic Student Feedback With Only 1 Device - My Bright Idea

8 Excellent Tools for Formative Assessment to Try With Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 8 Excellent Tools for Formative Assessment to Try With Your Students

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Formative assessment tools

As I argued in an previous post here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, formative assessment is assessment for learning which is different from summative assessment that is assessment of learning. Formative assessment is used to check students' understanding and to plan subsequent instruction. | CUED

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Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom

Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom. Create amazing student-driven, directed and edited videos placing them anywhere in the world using a super-simple green screen app. See how putting your students in the director’s chair facilitates authentic learning and assessment opportunities and results in Oscar-worthy productions, with little to NO prep!

Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom--would be great for kid generated video newsletters!!!

Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom. Create amazing student-driven, directed and edited videos placing them anywhere in the world using a super-simple green screen app. See how putting your students in the director???s chair facilitates authentic learning and assessment opportunities and results in Oscar-worthy productions, with little to NO prep!

Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom: Create student-driven, directed and edited videos placing them anywhere in the world using a super-simple green screen app, with little to NO prep! TECHNOLOGY

Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom! .... Technology Theme

Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom. Create amazing student-driven, directed and edited videos placing them anywhere in the world using a super-simple green screen app. See how putting your students in the director???s chair facilitates authenti

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Five For Friday - Test Prep and Angry Birds

Group work trick: Each student writes their own answer on a post-it, they being the answers together and write a group answer in the center.

Middle school group work idea ELA written response Common core talking, listening, synthesizing Group work trick: Each student writes their own answer on a post-it, they being the answers together and write a group answer in the center.

gave each student a different coloured sticky note and asked them to write down their answer -they then had to find their group members (students with matching colored sticky notes) and place their sticky notes in the 4 corners of the paper-After reading and discussing all the answers, they then had to combine their answers to make the best possible answer.

Group work. Everyone writes their own answer on a sticky note then comes up with a group answer.

4-corner sticky note activity I gave each student a different coloured sticky note (5 different colours in total) and asked them to write down their answer to a particular question. They then had to find their group members and place their sticky notes in the 4 corners of the paper they had. After reading through and discussing all the answers, they then had to collaborate and combine their answers to make the best possible answer.

Use for math problem solving - distribute different color sticky notes to students for them to use to write their answer. Students find their group members by searching for peers with the same sticky note color. Then, they read their solution and explain their thinking, placing their note in one of the four corners on the provided paper. Once all notes have been placed in the four corners, they collectively write "the best answer" in the middle.

4-corner sticky note activity: After students complete a practice activity, give each student a different coloured sticky note (5 different colours in total) and ask them to write down their answer to a particular question. They then have to find their group members (students with matching coloured sticky notes) and place their sticky notes in the 4 corners of the paper they had. They then collaborate and combine their answers to make the best possible answer.

Integrating critical thinking in your classroom does not have to be an overwhelming task.  Here is a easy activity.  It's called 4-Corner Sticky Note Thinking. Provide a really thoughtful, open-ended question with many possible "right" answers. Give students sticky notes to write down their answers. (The trick is to provide 5 different sticky note colors.) Students will then find their group members (students with matching colored sticky notes) and place their sticky notes in the 4 corners of a paper. After reading through and discussing all the answers, students have to collaborate and combine their answers to make the best possible answer. With this activity, students are evaluating and communicating their own thinking.  It's simple, collaborative, and adaptable to various content areas. Here is a sample from a 6th grade teacher's blog.   Image and text credit to rundesroom.com 

You know what I love even better than Friday?  Friday before a long weekend ... ahhhhhhhhh ... much needed!!!  It's been a long week ... but a fun week ... so I guess all is good.  Looking forward to some quality time with the family this weekend (and hoping for some sun). Friday also means it's time for Five for Friday - I LOVE this linky - I seriously look forward to it all week, planning what pics I'm going to include.  Make sure you check out some of the other Five for Friday posts at Doodlebugs Teaching. Grade 6 testing is just 7 days away for us, so we've been doing a lot of test prep in the classroom.  Earlier this week we did a 4-corner sticky note activity.  After students had completed a practice activity, I gave each student a different coloured sticky note (5 different colours in total) and asked them to write down their answer to a particular question.  They then had to find their group members (students with matching coloured sticky notes) and place their sticky notes in the 4 corners of the paper they had.  After reading through and discussing all the answers, they then had to collaborate and combine their answers to make the best possible answer.  I LOVED this ... and I'm going to try it out in math next week. The next day we started to make our test prep bookmarks.  We took the answering the question strategies we've been studying and applying in math, and wrote them on these bookmarks.  We are going to do the same thing with our language strategies early next week, and then we'll glue the two together to make a two-sided bookmark. Today we used our CAFE/CRAFT board to break down our answers in language.  My favourite part of the CRAFT board this year has been "R" - Response to Text.  We've used this board all year as we built our own set of success criteria for reading responses.  The strategies were introduced early in the year, but we've referred to the board all year long.  (These will also become our reading strategies for the language part of the book mark).  I colour-coded each of the strategies, and then students had to hunt and indicate where they had checked / fixed / added them in their answers (using the correct colour to match the strategy).  Such a great visual for them! Part of the reason why we had so much fun at school this week was our Angry Bird project.  We integrated our math and science units for this project, and we had a BLAST!  You can read all about it (and grab the link for the angry bird solids) in my blog post HERE. Lastly, the construction at my school is at full steam (if full steam means REALLY LOUD!)  ;)  We're amalgamating with another school next year, and gaining three new classrooms - two of which have to be built (the amalgamation means much bigger class sizes.  The students are LOVING checking out the construction every day ... and I have to admit, the adults think it's pretty exciting, too.  :) So, there's my week in review.  Hope you had a fabulous week!!!

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning classroom response system - coolest thing ever!!! Use any device that can browse the Internet (laptop, phone, etc) and a projector in your classroom to do a "clicker" type survey or quiz! Students do not have to create an account. Best part is you can download the results as an excel file!!!

Kahoot! is a classroom response system which creates an engaging learning space, through a game-based digital pedagogy. Kahoot! is an easy-to-use blended ...MY STUDENTS LOVE THIS!!!!

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system. I'm working this into every lesson I can! The students love it, and really try to get the answers correct (so they can be on the leaderboard). Try it if you haven't! They can use their own phones or if you have access to laptop carts, it works that way too.

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system--cross-platform gaming site for review, formative assessment, etc.

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system. We use this as an anticipatory set and closure activity. Great for formative assessment

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning classroom response system with BYOD (works with a variety of devices) student accounts not needed.

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning classroom response system - coolest thing ever!!! Use any device that can browse the Internet (laptop, phone, etc) and a projector in your classroom to do a "clicker" type survey or quiz! Students do not have to create an account. Best part is you can download the results as an excel file!!!

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system - use for Formative Assessment

Kahoot is a game-based classroom response system where one can create a game-show activity with questions one personally writes, making it appropriate for any kind of discipline or content. The teacher OR the students can create the games/quizzes. As explained by Educational Consultant Glenn Weibe:  Using a simple drag and drop tool, educators create and manage “Kahoots” in the form of quizzes, surveys or polls related to the topics they’re teaching; either asking quick questions to get feedback or opinion, or more in depth questions for formative assessment. One of the big differences between Socrative and Kahoot! is that the questions are projected on a screen in front of students – much like the video bar trivia game. Your kids use any smart device and browser – phone, tablet, or computer – to join the Kahoot using a specific PIN number. You provide the question and possible answers.  The kids see the answers on their device and select the answer they think is correct. This is the other difference between Kahoot! and other student response systems – it’s not an app, so it’s device neutral making it perfect for BYOD schools or for classrooms with a variety of devices. (http://historytech.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/kahoot-equals-easy-fun-gamified-assessment/)  In my Spanish classroom, after completing a recent "What I did last summer" preterite tense project with Spanish 2 students, I created this game as a review: https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/65e36207-1e93-4812-bebf-bf01e34cb9f9  Please see another example from my 6th grade review games I created at this link: https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/ad330c83-a734-4444-889c-0d0ba5ee3eb3 Please feel free to use or adapt any of my Kahoots. Another one I used when teaching Latin American capitals is this good one here: South American capitals: https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/967571f4-855c-4031-96be-93a44c26cb75 You have the option to copy them, and then edit them to your taste. What a FANTASTIC activity, and I promise your students of any age will love it! Now, my goal is to try to play it with another classroom across the globe simultaneously while Skyping -- stay tuned! 

Four Powerful Formative Assessment Tools for the Chromebook Classroom

The students can write something they learned on a post it note, and stick it to the door as they leave- Good ticket out the door idea

So many be adapted in so many IT! The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door in the way out for a quick assessment of #Classroom Decor Ideas

kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door for a quick assessment of understanding. Great informal formative assessments, ticket out the door idea. It's simple and easy to complete.

Easy exit slip... The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door on the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.

Bulletin board on the door,..So many possibilities…can be adapted in so many ways…LOVE IT! The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door in the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.

So many possibilities...can be adapted in so many ways...LOVE IT! The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door in the way out for a quick assessment of understanding...I want to make a spiral section for my students to make an entry of some kind in after each lesson; exit slip, etc..

Great idea for a quick check in after classroom guidance. The kids do an exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door on the way out for a quick assessment of understanding.

Interesting resource for teaching ideas!

great classroom idea

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iPad uPad wePad; Going 1-1 at St Oliver Plunkett

iPad uPad wePad; Going 1-1 at St Oliver Plunkett | Core teacher apps chart Core student apps chart Inquiry learning apps chart

Core Teacher Apps - Two Wonderful Visual Lists of Educational iPad Apps for Teachers and Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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I truly believe that some people are born teachers. Here are some apps that can make our life, and our students' lives, much easier in the digital age. iPad uPad wePad; Going 1-1 at St Oliver Plunkett | Core teacher apps chart Core student apps chart In

iPad uPad wePad Core teacher apps chart Core student apps chart Inquiry learning apps chart

core teacher apps chart // core student apps chart // inquiry learning apps chart

list shows a number of common core apps for both students and teachers

Core Teacher Apps - website has many great rollout ipad ideas

Teaching apps organized by category

common core teacher apps

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Fluency rubric for student self-evaluation or to use with a partner. Great to use for accountability.

Fluency rubric for student self-evaluation or to use with a partner.

I will include this chart in my class' fluency folders next year.

Fluency Checklist (for students) Self-evaluation

student's fluency self-evaluation form

student self eval fluency evaluation

student self-evaluation for fluency

Fluency Student Self Evaluation

cute fluency evaluation

ExitTicket is a student response system, designed by teachers to achieve one simple idea: Accelerate student achievement Introducing new...

ExitTicket is a student response system, designed by teachers to help accelerate student achievement.

ExitTicket - accelerate student achievement

Exit ticket for elementary classes

What is the question to this answer ...

Reading Exit Ticket: Great way to formatively assess student thinking. Could be used in any subject

Higher level thinking - have students come up with questions to a given answer to assess their knowledge! Great Exit Ticket idea...

What is the question? I would have students put their names on the back of the sticky notes to use as a formative assessment or exit ticket.

Language Arts: Exploring or reviewing topics by student generated questions.

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What is the Question? | Relief Teaching Ideas

Great assessment idea!!!

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How to Download Videos Off YouTube... perfect if your district blocks youtube or if you're just looking for a way to easily save your favorite videos!

Learn how to easily download videos (that can be used for brain breaks) from YouTube. Totally safe for the classroom.

How to Download Videos Off YouTube... perfect if your district blocks youtube or if youre just looking for a way to easily save your favorite videos!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

How to Download Videos Off YouTube... perfect if your district blocks youtube!?!!! Gotta try!!!!!!!!

Adding this to my pin now read later list. How to Download Videos Off YouTube... perfect if your district blocks youtube or if you're just looking for a way to easily save your favorite videos! # Pin++ for Pinterest #

A Turn to Learn: How to save YouTube videos to your computer

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My kids and I are loving Brain Breaks this year and it's been fun to experiment with some new ones and have them take over as official "Brain Break Chooser"... it's a big deal :) One thing I have noticed popping up all over Pinterest are videos that are perfect for Brain Breaks!! I have been using them for the "Dance Off" break, but wanted to make something a bit more specific for those videos, since they are so cute and all :) We decided on "Watch & Wiggle"-- how fun is that?! Now, whenever this one is pulled, we get to choose from some of the engaging and silly clips on YouTube (kid-friendly, of course!). My laptop spends most of its time hooked up to my Mimio, so this doesn't require a lot of setup for me. If your technology setup is different, you may want to pull this from the general bucket and hold onto it for special occasions only (like Scoreboard reward, for example). YouTube Videos To Use With Watch & Wiggle: Disclaimer: As with everything on YouTube, WATCH IT BEFORE YOU PLAY IT! I watched all of these before I posted them here, but you never, ever know!! There are some ads that pop up from time to time, some of the comments may not be suitable for kids, you know how it goes-- just be a careful monitor and watch it first before you play it to your class :) Ok, thanks! Sesame Street & Will.I.Am: What I Am (BEST video EVER!) Kung Fu Fighting: Shake Break with directions for kids to follow (shake, jump, turn): Dance Like You've Got Ants in Your Pants: This is for my bestie who teaches at my school and LOVES the Muppets: The "Continental Drift" or "Sid Shuffle" from Ice Age (pretty cool since it shows kids from all over the world doing the dance): There are tons and tons more, I wish I could include them all! If you would like to pick up a FREE copy of the Watch & Wiggle Brain Breaks choice, click HERE and enjoy! It matches my other Brain Breaks, so you can add it to your current collection, no problem. What are your favorite YouTube Watch & Wiggle ideas? Leave them in the comments below, I would love to add to my options :) **UPDATE** I have added a board to my Pinterest account dedicated to Watch & Wiggle YouTube links- check it out HERE! **UPDATE 2** Does your school block YouTube? A Turn to Learn has a GREAT tutorial for how to download YouTube videos to your computer!! Do this at home and be ready to go whenever :) Click the image below to find out how:

8 Apps that students can download to help be successful in high school. This website offers a summary of each app and explains how it is beneficial to high school education. I would allow students to access these apps during appropriate times.

8 Apps that students can download to help be successful in high school. This website offers a summary of each app and explains how it is beneficial to high school education. #Apps #free #teachers

appsforhighschool 1024x1024 What Apps Does Your Teen Need for High School? #Apps #highschool

Check out these 8 apps for high school students, will you be downloading these? #backtoschool

Apps for the high school student to help increase success!

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Great iPad apps for the classroom.

8 apps for high school students you should know.

8 apps appropriate for high school students

8 apps for high school students

8 apps students should know.

When the light's on, students may not talk to you. Need this. Great for reading groups!

When the light's on, students need to quietly ask someone else. Perfect for guided reading or math group time.

When the light's on, students may not talk to you. What a FABULOUS idea! Perfect for assessment time, WTW and Guided Reading group time!!!!

When the light's on, students may not talk to you. Haha-I say this all the time...love this idea, especially during small group time.

When the light's on, students may not talk to you. What a FABULOUS idea! Perfect for reading group time

For teachers but would be great at home!!!!! When the light's on, students may not talk to you. What a FABULOUS idea! Perfect for guided reading or math groups.

When the light's on, students may not talk to you. What a FABULOUS idea! Perfect for guided reading or math groups. Kids would love this!

When the light's on, students may not talk to you. Need this. Great for reading groups! @Edie Hopping

Awesome behavior management ideas

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38 Ideas to Use Google Drive in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

38 Ideas to Use Google Drive in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning #google #drive #edtech #cloud

Some interesting ideas and tips on how to go about using Google Drive in your classroom. This work is created by Sean Junkins from SeansDesk...

38 Ideas to Use Google Drive in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: This has some great ideas on what google drive can be used for in the classroom.

38 ideas for using Google Drive in the Classroom Do you understand the concept of Google Drive but you aren't sure how to use it in the classroom? This article will help you brainstorm on how it might add to your classroom or help you as a teacher.

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August 11, 2014This is the third post in a series of posts aimed at helping teachers and educators make the best out of Google Drive in classrooms. This series comes in a time when teachers are getting ready to start a new school year and hopefully will provide them with the necessary know-how to help them better integrate Google Drive in their teaching pedagogy. The two previous posts featured in this series were entitled consecutively "New Google Drive Cheat Sheet" and "Teachers Visual Guide to Google Drive Sharing". Today's post covers some interesting ideas and tips on how to go about using Google Drive in your classroom. This work is created by Sean Junkins from SeansDesk. | Into the Driver's Seat

Google Drive in Class: 38 Ideas by Sean Junkins | Into the Driver's Seat