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Two Must Have Google Sheets Templates for Teachers

Google has recently revamped its template galleries for Docs, Sheets and Slides and introduced some handy pre-designed templates to use with students in class. The galleries are still a work-in progress and feature only a limited set of templates but more will be released in the upcoming weeks. We spent sometime sifting through the Sheets gallery and picked out these two beautiful templates for you to use in your daily teaching. You can customize the templates and …

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How to Crop & Edit Images in Google Slides

At one point or another your students have probably found themselves creating a slideshow presentation and struggling to find the perfect image for a slide. It happens to me, a lot. Fortunately, if you have an image that is close to what you need, Google Slides makes it easy to crop and edit that image within your slide. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to crop and edit images within a Google Slide.See …

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10 Ways to Bring Active Learning To Your Classroom

You know that teaching involves more than viagra tabs sildenafil the dispensing of facts. It viagra free pills is more important than ever that teachers help students learn HOW to learn. Skills that prepare students for 21st century careers involve more than memorization; critical thinking, collaboration and problem solving are key.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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4 Great Google Docs Add-ons to Help Students with Their Writing

Today we spent sometime going through Google Docs add-ons store and selected for you the titles below. These are particularly ideal for helping students with their writing from spell checking to providing feedback on writing assignments. Also, some of these tools are freemium and offer pro versions with more advanced features.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Create a Digital Portfolio on PortfolioGen

PortfolioGen is a nice digital portfolio service for students and teachers. Teachers can use PortfolioGen to create a professional portfolio that includes examples of their lesson plans and media they’ve created. Of course, PortfolioGen pages can also be used to display all of the information like education and certification that would be found on resume. PortfolioGen pages can include contact forms for potential employers to use to get in touch with teachers.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & …

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How to Turn an Outline Into a Mind Map

When it comes to organizing their thoughts some students prefer to use an outline style while others see large concepts better when they’re in a mind map format. Text 2 Mind Map bridges the gap between the outline format and the mind map format by providing a tools for creating both on the same page. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to use Text 2 Mind Map. See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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60 Things Students Can Create To Demonstrate Understanding

60 Things Students Can Create To Demonstrate What They Knowby Ryan Schaaf, Assistant Professor of Technology, Notre Dame of Maryland UniversityWhen I was a high school student, I had the privilege of having a wonderful English teacher. She was kind, often helped her students, and created a wonderful classroom environment that was rare in my high school experience. To this day, I regard her as a great educator; one of the very best. Due to her help…

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Zing! – Thousands of Free eBooks for Students

Zing is a new service offering thousands of free fiction and non-fiction ebooks to teachers and students. On Zing you can browse for books by topic, language, or reading level. You can read the books in your web browser on a laptop or tablet.Zing is more than just a repository of free ebooks. In the Zing reader students will find a built-in dictionary and tools for taking notes while they read.See it…

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6 Good Apps to Easily Create Video Collages

Looking for some good web tools to use to create educational video collages? The collection below has you covered. It features a number of popular tools and mobile apps to utilize with students to create, edit and share video collages. The common thing among all of these video editors is that they are easy and simple to use with no advanced video editing knowledge required. Some of these tools work on Chromebooks as well.See it on Scoop.it, …

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5 Great Ways You Can Use Google Sites With Students

On Thursday afternoon I am conducting four free webinars sponsored by SimpleK12. The first of the four is about using Google Sites with students. This post is a preview of what will be covered in the webinar 5 Great Ways You Can Use Google Sites With Students.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Create Interactive Timelines with Tiki-Toki

Timelines are an excellent way for students to organize information for their own understanding or to demonstrate their learning. Tiki-Toki allows students to create free, interactive timelines on a topic of their choosing. In addition to free accounts, educational accounts are available at a heavily discounted price that allow for more advanced features. Timelines can be kept private, shared with a link, published publicly, or even embedded into websites or blogs. Students can also collaborate …

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4 Great Wikipedia Tools to Use with Your Students

The use of Wikipedia in education is a controversial topic with a polarizing effect in the education community. Without getting into the nuts and bolts of this heated discussion, we do harbour a positive stance towards this collaborative platform and view it as an interesting starting place and a springboard for researching any given topic. More specifically, the reference section at the end of Wikipedia’s articles, besides being a gold mine of information in and by itself, can…

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Google Drive: Students Turn In a Folder

If you are having students organize multiple work samples and files into a folder, you may wonder how it can be organized and submitted. I have written a script to allow students to submit a folder.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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MoocNote – Add Timestamped Questions and Comments to Videos

MoocNote is a free tool for adding timestamped comments, questions, and links to videos. To do this on MoocNote you simply paste a link to a YouTube video into the MoocNote editor. Once the video is imported you can start to add your comments, questions, and links. The link features is particularly useful for providing students with additional resources for learning about the topics covered in your shared videos. MoocNote allows you to organize playlists (MoocNote …

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Peer Evaluation Rubrics – A Template

If you are looking for a way to have students do peer evaluation here is my first draft of a solution. I have some ideas to kick this up a few notches, so let’s consider this version 1.0.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Why a Class Twitter Account

An elementary class in Canada sent out a plea on Twitter to have people across Canada send them a cup of dirt. The students are going to analyze the soil samples. By having a class Twitter account you are able to connect your students… globally. Twitter is an invaluable resource when you are having your students do authentic projects. How do you find other classes to collaborate with? How do you find professionals in the field? How…

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7 important YouTube Tips for Teachers

YouTube is undoubtedly a great source of educational video content to use with students in class. whether you are looking for subject specific content or generic insights elated to professional development and teaching, YouTube’s video library has you covered. YouTube is also a versatile video editor where you can create and edit your own videos. It actually provides all the editing features you would normally find in a pro video editing software and all for free.See…

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Teacher’s Guide on How to Create Forms Using The New Google Forms

Google Forms is a powerful tool with huge educational potential for teachers and educators. Besides being free and easy to use, Forms works across different devices and is seamlessly integrated with other Drive services such as Docs and Spreadsheets. As a teacher, you can use Forms for a variety of purposes including: planning an event, making surveys and polls, creating quizzes, collecting feedback and other information from students and many more. We have already posted a step…

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