Is it Time to Replace the Idea of Individual Teachers Holed up in Their Classrooms with Something more Collaborative? Here’s my… Read more What if Teachers Shared a Common Workspace?
Recently I had students walk a mile in my shoes and do some grading. Here’s 5 suggestions for implementing it… Read more Self-Assessment – a Powerful Tool to Improve Student Learning and Understanding
It is important to be clear about your expectations. It can be stressful for students if they are unsure what… Read more Give Your Students More Creative Freedom
QR, or Quick Response, codes were developed in Japan for use in the automobile industry. But, an enterprising teacher can… Read more QR Codes = Quite Relevant in the Classroom!
At the risk of being harshly judged by my colleagues – I fully admit that today I am showing a… Read more Movies in the Classroom – 5 Suggestions
This is a short video tutorial demonstrating how to publish presentations from Google Slides to the web. I also demonstrate… Read more Publish to Web: a Google Slides Tutorial
This school year I have delved deeper into the suite of Google Apps, including Google Slides. The following is a… Read more 5 New Ways to Use Google Slides
Recently I began my big New Government project in US History. My culminating project is a student presentation of a… Read more Tinder profiles for the new, single USA
When you were in school, did you ever create a “historical” document and then dip it in tea/coffee to give… Read more Aging documents project – take it to the next level with Aurasma
I know that as teachers, we are supposed to believe that there is truly no such thing as a dumb… Read more The Dreaded “What if…?” Question