Google My Maps is a great tool for teachers and learners. Teachers can use it as an interactive platform to present lesson materials. Learners can use Google My Maps to document what they have learned. For example, here is a Google My Map I created of Civil War battles in North Carolina for a Civil… Read More Google My Maps Tips and Tricks
G Suite for Education is a great platform for giving students feedback on their work. The apps in G Suite are also great for facilitating student collaboration. Let’s look at how teachers can use G Suite for student collaboration. A Quick Note This post is meant for teachers who are almost proficient with or just… Read More Collaboration in G Suite – An Overview
Teachers and students in districts that use Google for Education have access to a free suite of apps, G Suite, to create and publish. But why use G Suite? Why not Microsoft, pen-and-paper, or go full tactile and have students use typewriters? The reason to use G Suite is feedback – collaboration too, but that is… Read More Feedback for Students in G Suite – An Overview
My latest BamRadioNetwork EdWords blog post is about using the new Google Sites as a tool for blended learning. Thank you for reading. If you have any questions, please comment below or tweet me @TomEMullaney.
In my latest BamRadio Network EdWords, blog post, I argue why and how teachers should put their work on YouTube. Please read and join me on YouTube!
In my latest BamRadio Network EdWords blog post, I explain how teachers can stop lecturing to meet the needs of today’s students. Instead, they can use Google Classroom to get the most out of blended learning.
Scroll over this French Revolution ThinkLink to reveal that students can answer Google Forms and watch YouTube videos without ever leaving a ThingLink. Imagine how this can impact blended and self-paced learning! Update 4/15/17: Check out how ThingLink can help students with vocabulary!
Generating assessment results for differentiation can be challenging for teachers. My latest BamRadio Network EdWords Blog post provides a toolbox for teachers to generate quick assessment data and use it to group students for differentiation.
Google Classroom is awesome. Teachers can take it beyond substitution to redefine teaching and learning in their classroom. I have posted ten strategies to help teachers do so on the BAMNetwork Radio blog. Going Deeper with Google Classroom – Part 1 Anchor Activities in the About Tab Create a Question for Class Discussions Easily Find… Read More Going Deeper with Google Classroom