Add-Ons & Extensions, GSuite, Technology

Instant Flipped Lessons with the EdPuzzle Extension

Without a doubt, EdPuzzle has become one of the most used and important educational tools within my classroom.  EdPuzzle is a website where teachers can create or find videos to share with their students.  Once you pick a video, you can add questions to check for understanding, trim the video, and add notes/comments.  In addition… Read More Instant Flipped Lessons with the EdPuzzle Extension

Add-Ons & Extensions, GSuite, Technology

Google Forms + Certify’Em = Custom Certificates for Students!

Are you interested in creating custom certificates that are automatically emailed to your students?  Then Certify’Em is the add-on for you!  Certify’Em is an “add-on for Google Quizzes that extends the functionality of quizzes by allowing you to send a certificate when someone passes, and keep certification records.”  Here are some potential student uses: Classroom… Read More Google Forms + Certify’Em = Custom Certificates for Students!

Google Slides, GSuite, HyperDocs, Technology

Choose Your Own Adventure: A Javascript HyperDoc

As I’ve mentioned before, I cannot say enough good things about the Mouse Create program in which our Spartan Tech Squad students are participating this year.  One of their favorite parts of the program is participating in the monthly Microprojects where they are given a project to complete and submit this project to compete on… Read More Choose Your Own Adventure: A Javascript HyperDoc

Add-Ons & Extensions, Google Forms, GSuite, Instructional, Technology

Automated Peer Feedback for Student Presentations

Over the last week, my AVID students have been developing and presenting on a college/university of their choice.  It’s always a great project for our new AVID students because it introduces them to a college and requires them to present in front of an audience.  Yet, when it comes to these presentations, I have noticed… Read More Automated Peer Feedback for Student Presentations

Google Slides, GSuite, Instructional, Math

Solving Inequalities Scavenger Hunt: A Low-Tech Activity

After working in a 1-1 school district for several years, using technology in the classroom has become second nature to me.  It’s integrated into nearly everything I do in my classroom and with a specific purpose – to create meaningful and engaging learning experiences for students.  Although technology is used in my classroom on a… Read More Solving Inequalities Scavenger Hunt: A Low-Tech Activity