Beth Mccaskey, Mona Shores MS teach shares has she uses Doctopus & Goobric with Google Classroom to make grading easier. Learn how to add Doctopus and Goobric, then use them with existing Google Drive assignments. You will be amazed at how you can make grading assignments is so much easier.
Cecil Hammond, math and STEM teacher at Oakridge Middle Schools shares how he "flips" instruction, allowing more time for classroom face-to-face instruction. Learn how Cecil creates and shares math lessons online. Learn how he creates lessons students enjoy watching and reviewing online - anyplace, at anytime
Erica Trowbridge, media specialists for Oakridge Public Schools, shares how teachers are merging Schoology and Schoology Google Drive App to create a seamless assignment workflow. Learn how students can complete, submit, and have Google Drive projects graded, all within the easy-to-use Schoology learning system.
Andy Mann from the MAISD shares the easy-to-use Google map tools which allow a user to create customized maps which support nearly any curriculum area. Learn to create maps, add images and movies, and use mapping location games such as GeoGuessr and Earth Picker. Explore Street View Treks and Tour Builder.
Colleen Robison, at Middle School teacher for Fruitport Community Schools, shows users how to use EDpuzzle. She shows you how to search for or use your own videos and add questions or voice comments to these videos (multiple choice, short answer, discussion) or pause a video to add teacher comments. Depending on the question type, EDpuzzle can automatically grades and give students feedback on their learing . Edpuzzle will quickly become your go to site for classroom videos .
Kathy Six, a 4th grade teacher from Fruitport Community Schools, shows you how to do more with your classroom Weebly site. Learn to add rich multimedia content, newsletters, and calendars. Learn how embedded content including Google files and Symbaloo links makes it easy to update content on your Weebly site. Check out her classroom site as an example of an amazing Weebly classroom site.
Amy Niklash, a Reeths-Puffer 6th grade teacher, show how science and social studies can be taught using an inquiry- based approach. Google apps and online research are embedded into every project.
Learn how history teachers are integrating primary source resources to engage student learning. These learning artifacts connect to emotions as they surprise, shock, and sometimes upset students. Presenter is Alex Parr, Mona Shores Middle School social studies teacher.
Steve Denniston from Ravenna Public Schools, shares how to grab student's attention with effective presentations. Learn some practical content and design strategies that will bring any presentation to life. These principles work regardless of which presentation application you may be using.
Goobric-Make Grading Easier