Teachers know it is important when creating technology rules in the classroom to get students involved. But if you want to help students unlearn unexpected tech behaviors, be sure NOT to do this one thing! Unlearning Technology Usage Have you started to use devices in school yet this year?
Google Tasks is a simple organization tool that can also be used to keep your Gmail inbox under control. Turn your emails into a to-do list and keep track of parent emails, admin requests, and other school emails without clogging your inbox all with Google Tasks right in Gmail! The Gmail
Grab a free digital desk pet template to assign to your virtual students and learn how to use digital desk pets in both Google Slides and Seesaw! What Are Desk Pets? Desk pets are the creative genius of Marissa Begay who first shared the idea of using mini erasers as "pets" that students
Wakelet Spaces is a simple way for educators to collaborate, share, and work together on curating and collecting resources for the classroom! Learn how to set up a space, invite others into the space, and get your Wakelet collections organized. Getting Started on Wakelet If you are new to
Add digital dice to your Seesaw activities to engage students in a "online question of the day" activity! Plus grab the Seesaw Creative Tools icon dice activity template FREE when you sign up below. Digital Dice in the Remote Classroom One thing that teachers have struggled with when
Virtual jobs are a great way to build classroom community when in-person teaching is not an option. Assigning students a specific job to do during an online meeting helps keeps students on task and engaged with the meeting, too! Building a classroom community is still just as important
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Learn how to create digital choice boards & learning menus on Genially plus how they can be used remotely for engaging, interactive, & meaningful distance learning activities or student-centered lessons in the classroom. This post is sponsored by Genially but the thoughts and opinions