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Generate Student Questions With Formative

This resource, from Common Sense Education, provides some excellent ideas to get students thinking deeper. This example uses the web application...

Google Forms: Reorder Questions

Google Forms is one of the most powerful tools in the gSuite. There are many possibilities for communication with students and parents/guardians as...

Google Forms: Create a Form & Title

Google Forms is one of the most powerful tools in the gSuite. There are many possibilities for communication with students and parent/guardians as...

Edpuzzle: Create an Account

Using video in the classroom has been around for decades. Nothing used to beat the feeling of a projector rolling into the classroom. Computers made...

Edpuzzle: How to Search and Find Videos

Tired of recreating the wheel? With Edpuzzle, save time and energy by exploring the video resources already available!This resource will help you...

Edpuzzle: Grading Student Work

You have created an Edpuzzle and sent it out to your students for an awesome learning experience, but how do you grade it? Edpuzzle makes it super...

Edpuzzle: Explore Deeper

Providing an opportunity for exploration in your classroom is about peaking interest, but more importantly it is about allowing the students to...

7 Reasons for Standards-Based Grading

This article, from ASCD and Patricia L. Scriffiny, outlines the advantages of moving toward a standards-based grading system. While this might not...

Standards-Based Grading Overview

This video, from Active Grade (Now Haiku Learning), outlines the basic concepts for standards-based grading and how it can give students clearer...

Standards-Based Grading: Zeros On 100 Point Scale

In this video, Rick Wormeli the author of Fair Isn't Always Equal, talks about the issue of zeros on the 100 point scale. If you ask ten...

Differentiate Lessons With Nearpod

Nearpod is a very versatile tool for getting students engaged in a lesson, but did you know that you don't always have to give every student the same...

Teachable Moments With Nearpod

Having students make connections with new learning is one of the most important parts of being a teacher, but how do you know if your examples and...

Using Nearpod for Formative Assessment

Formative assessment is one of the most important and most effective teaching strategies. This resource will show you how to use Nearpod as an...

Seesaw for Formative Assessment

Formative assessment is one of the most important and most effective teaching strategies. This resource will show you steps that can help you make...

Using Google Keep for Grading Comments

This is another gem by Eric Curts from Control Alt Achieve. In this video, Eric will show you how to harness the power of Google Keep for organizing...

40 Reflection Questions to Use With Students

As teachers, we know that it's important to make time for our students to reflect on their learning, growth, and thinking.  This practice of...

Reflection Strategy: I Used to Think, Now I Think

When students reflect they have an opportunity to make more sense of their learning, the steps they took to get to that point, and it helps them to...

Reflection Strategy: 3-2-1

When students reflect, they are looking at their own learning experience in order to make sense of it and to identify what steps are needed in the...

Reflection Strategy: Triangle-Square-Circle

Getting students to reflect on their learning in a meaningful way can sometimes be tedious and dull. However, not all reflection activities have to...