From Richard Byrne: "the problem is that students don't know enough strategies to help them dive deeper in their Internet research. In the slides embedded below I share my favorite search tips. The slides include some videos that demonstrate how to use the methods I've mentioned."
From Alice Keeler - "I have created an Add-On script that allows you to create a Google Form with the list of agenda items for a meeting and then merge the responses of participants to an editable Google Doc."
Good overview of Snaphat by AJ Juliani
Good overview of the ins and outs of Google Calendar
Google Classroom allows you to create your own classes. This means you can create one for clubs, teacher collaboration, differentiated groups, etc… Creating a new class is easy, simply click on “Create class” from the class tiles page.
From Shell Terrell - my top 2015 posts on integrating technology to help you better guide your learners.
From Richard Byrne - "There are three customizations that I often recommend. Those are scheduling blog posts, pinning or featuring blog posts, and restricting access to posts. "
Good resources to help learners evaluate the relevance of a story or reference on the web.
From Ken Halla - The video takes you through all of the grading steps and options (for Google Classroom).
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