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Alice Keeler Sep 21
The student selector in the mobile app is super easy to use and fast. Excellent job Classroom team!
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Luz TV 4h
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Classwork Zoom for Google Classroom™ Sep 18
Great start to the new school year :) The word is getting out, and schools are getting discounted subscriptions for their teachers. And I got a guest post on the AppsEvents blog!
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Rebecca Daugherty 5h
I’m loving these templates for my creations and google classroom!
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JoeRose 5h
Has anyone used any other ways beside the general use? Minds at a blank to how I can use alternative TLA with L3 Health Science students.
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Rebecca Channer 11h
One of my goals for the year is to stay more on top of student assessment. I’ve started to use the gradebook feature on and am keeping paper copies of exit tickets in student math portfolios. (Pro tip: pink starbursts are great fuel for marking mornings)
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K12Prospects Sep 19
Major Expenditure Categories for school districts. On what they spend their money.
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Alice Keeler Sep 16
Try collaborative note-taking! Learning can be enhanced when peers are helping polish up notes!
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Classwork Zoom for Google Classroom™ 8h
In shared documents, each member's work is recorded in the revision history. Here you can see that work broken down into percentage of time spent by each member. It can also be viewed by percentage of keystrokes.
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Laura Carmichael Sep 19
Enjoyed delivering this about today. Part 2 next week...
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Dawn Walker Sep 21
This year we used to collect parental consent/permissions. Saved lots of paper and hours of admin time. My 2nd fav tool being used to make school more efficient. Edtech for a purpose👍 (Fav tool is ... if you were wondering😊)
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Alice Keeler 3h
In I reply to Private Comments with my initials. Control F for my initials lights up like a Christmas tree which ones I’ve already replied to.
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MisterGreer 2h
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Mary Brandt-White Sep 21
I’ve found that when I write college recommendations I can search for the Ss in and all the work we did through over the past few years is there and I can write a more personalized letter and give actual examples when needed!
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Jessica Verrault Sep 21
Can I just say that the Rubric tool is AMAZING. That is all 😂. Happy Weekend fellow Ts! Starting/continuing my weekend soon once I’m done giving some with this awesome feature.
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Muhammad Imran 18h
Let’s make the tedious, teacher-centric explanation of worksheet answers passé! - Create walkthrough in - Don’t dictate the steps! Ss work thru the breakdown and flow of thought - Hyperlinks in PDF - Upload PDF to - Avail yourself to further queries
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Ontario Tech University MEd Program Sep 21
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Psi Phi Beta Coach 7h
I'm debating between graphic notebooks and journaling in and a mixture of both... What do you all think??
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TeachtheTech Sep 20
Scholars are so engaged watching my video about their lesson on “Media Balance”
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Laura Cahill Sep 15
💡Have you considered creating a to track students' progress towards learning standards? ☑️ I had a great time talking with on 🎙️ about how to do this.
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