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Create Interactive & Differentiated Lesson Paths

As promised last post…Symbaloo Learning Paths! This video can explain this tool way better than I can: Features that make this tool shine: Embed all kinds of different content and activities (videos, webpages, quizzes, Padlets, etc.) in a linear fashion Share the lesson path directly to Google Classroom with a click of a button Track student […]

Create a Poll in Under 5 Minutes

It’s been a while, but I’m back with a super easy new tool: dotstorming (because sometimes you just need to take a quick vote). It’s super simple, quick to create, and visually appealing. Oh, and the website is easy to navigate on iPads, too (share a shortened URL or QR code with students). What more could […]

Assessments Just Got Better with Formative

Formative is a really exciting tool that allows you easily create assignments, assess students, and get live results. This is an incredibly robust tool with lots of functionalities. Instead of me trying to sum them up in a few concise minutes, I thought the creators of the tool could do it much better than I […]

Blogs for Enhanced Workflow in Grade 4

Grade 4 teachers have really hit the ground running with using the Chromebooks to enhance the daily learning experience. The catalyst for this is the blog that was created to help with workflow; they use it to share step by step directions (which are especially helpful for those who struggle with multi-step directions), links to learning […]