A website dedicated to sharing information about free resources that teachers can use in their classrooms.
“I never thought about learning to ski. I lacked context; I didn’t see myself as a skier. Many students may feel a similar disconnect if they believe a course’s content is personally irrelevant. In order to facilitate learning, coaches and teachers must break through this divide. “
High quality discussion needs “to be nurtured through clear expectations, carefully crafted questions, timely and useful feedback, and creative facilitation.”
Check out these three tips for running good synchronous web class meetings–whether your participants are on another campus or on another continent.
Check out the demo video on how easy it is to create a website with the New Google Sites.
Learn more about Backward Design and how it can help you design all of your courses, online and on-the-ground.
Seesaw provides a creative, personalized “learning journal” approach to the creation of digital portfolios.
Nearpod helps you create interactive presentations for use live in the classroom or synchronously on the web. Embed quizzes and polls, see instant results. Live whiteboards and more….
Consider Lucidchart, which has Google App integration, for some of your diagramming needs.