Student led conferences are a game-changer. Now more than ever, they are an important part of the educational experience for students with social distancing in place. You CAN still hold student led conferences this year no matter what your situation is – virtual, hybrid, or in-person.
There’s no doubt that this school year is going to start uniquely. With large gatherings being banned, it may be safer to hold a virtual Open House, Meet the Teacher, or Back to School Night this year. Even beyond the state of the world right now, a virtual Open House as a typical option isn’t a bad idea. Parents may not typically be able to attend Open House due to after school activities, work, or other obligations, so having a virtual option is something that you may consider in the future as well.
Does your school or district have access to Google Classroom™ or Google Docs™ for your students? If so, there’s a whole world of possibility of things you can do to get your students online and interacting with curriculum! This easy to follow Google Classroom tutorial will get you started creating an account and setting up an assignment for your students.
I love using technology in the classroom. There are so many amazing educational resources out there but while I was still in the classroom, I felt like I didn’t have the time to explore to find what I needed. That’s why I’m sharing my favorites with you today. Check out these 5 free quiz websites!
Have you ever been browsing Facebook and come across an article, video, or link that you want to look at later? Maybe you’re on your phone and you want to visit a link to register for something. But you’d rather do it on your computer where you can actually type efficiently. Or perhaps you want to save a picture of a lesson that your favorite teacher blogger has shared. Well, my friends, there’s an easy way to simply save these things for later. Keep reading for this helpful Facebook tip!
If you’re anything like me, you enjoy integrating technology into your classroom. I like making things easier on myself so I can save time and still get everything done. These 3 educational websites that I’m sharing with you are perfect for the elementary classroom. Check them out!
Create beautiful binder covers and spines with this tutorial! All you need is PowerPoint software. Screenshots of the steps are included so you can easily follow along step-by-step. Let’s create!