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Teaching Annotation with Google Keep — Mud and Ink Teaching. Students can’t write in their books - they are library copiesI have three classes and only one class set of novelsStudents complain about annotating taking too longStudents refuse to mark in their booksStudents lose the annotation bookmark I’ve given them to focus their notesStudents “fake” their annotations just to get credit when I “grade” them Any other good ones?

Teaching Annotation with Google Keep — Mud and Ink Teaching

Over a decade of teaching, I feel like I’ve heard it all! This year, however, I feel like I’ve found a new and sustainable way of reframing how I look at annotation. Yes, it does involve some tech, but don’t be intimidated! It’s a low-tech approach and works on multiple devices. What is Google Keep? Google Keep is an app I’ve used forever, but only really for personal to-do lists. Getting Started with Annotation Focal Points This may seem obvious, but when it comes to annotating, students should have a direct, clear purpose for doing so. Pear Deck for Google Slides. Rubric Score to Percent Grade Converter. The "secret menu" for Google Slides, Docs, Drawings and more - Ditch That Textbook. Find the tips, tricks and features of your favorite G Suite tools that you didn’t know existed!

The "secret menu" for Google Slides, Docs, Drawings and more - Ditch That Textbook

I had heard a TON about In-N-Out Burger. Heard that the food was amazing. Heard that it was an experience I should try. Tech tip smackdown! 70+ edtech tips from fellow educators. There are some amazing edtech tools out there like Flipgrid, G Suite apps, Kahoot, Gimkit and more.

Tech tip smackdown! 70+ edtech tips from fellow educators

What are the best ideas for using them with students? Here are over 70 tips from fellow educators. Warning! This post contains SO many great tips, tricks, links and ideas that you may end up with a case of “too many open tabs”. That’s OK, it’s totally normal. As educators, we have many amazing tech tools available to us. How to add a Family Feud-style game to your next class/PD. Games can make class and professional development more fun!

How to add a Family Feud-style game to your next class/PD

Here are the steps to create a Family Feud-style. (Family Feud logo used via fair use) Stadia Founder's Edition - One place for all the ways we play. An error occurred while cancelling your delivery.

Stadia Founder's Edition - One place for all the ways we play

Please try again later. An error occurred while processing your purchase. Please try again later. See changes in Google Docs over time with Compare Documents. What’s changing It’s now easier to compare two Google docs.

See changes in Google Docs over time with Compare Documents

This feature will show you the differences between the docs as “Suggested Edits” in a new document. Who’s impacted. Hyperdocs. Organize Files in Drive. Managing Feedback: A Tool for Teachers. Whenever I talk to a group of teachers about writing instruction, we talk about the core elements of writing workshop: choice, time, and teaching.

Managing Feedback: A Tool for Teachers

We hone in on this idea of how much practice writers need. As Kelly Gallagher writes in his blog post “Moving Beyond the 4 x 4 Classroom,” volume is essential: Within 30 minutes assessment comes up. Digital Grading Training ⋆ Jenna Copper. 5 Free Tools for Creating Online Picture Books. This morning on Twitter Kathleen Morris asked me for some suggestions for free tools students can use to create picture books. She was looking for alternatives to Storybird which has recently announced some changes to their pricing structure. Selecting and arranging pictures on a page can be a good way to help students generate ideas for writing stories. All five of the tools listed below have that capability. MacBook Air « Support. Back up your Mac with Time Machine. Learn how to create a backup of the files on your Mac.

Back up your Mac with Time Machine

You can use Time Machine, the built-in backup feature of your Mac, to automatically back up all of your files, including apps, music, photos, email, documents, and system files. When you have a backup, you can restore files from your backup if the original files are ever deleted from your Mac, or the hard disk (or SSD) in your Mac is erased or replaced. Create a Time Machine backup To create backups with Time Machine, all you need is an external storage device. After you connect the device and select it as your backup disk, Time Machine automatically makes hourly backups for the past 24 hours, daily backups for the past month, and weekly backups for all previous months.

Connect an external storage device Connect one of the following external storage devices, sold separately. Teens and Tech: Distinguishing Addiction from Habit. Doodles, Footnotes, and Literature - The Week in Review. Good morning from frigid Maine where it's -5f and the wind is howling!

Doodles, Footnotes, and Literature - The Week in Review

In other words, it's a perfect day to shovel snow off my roof. That's one of the few winter activities that I don't enjoy. One that I do enjoy is skiing. And with a couple of snow days this week I was able to get out for some skiing. Check out my new blog, Ed Tech Fitness for some pictures and videos of skiing including a picture of my daughter's first time on skis. These were the week's most popular posts: 1. 6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2018. Your browser isn't supported. Post-it and other brands of sticky notes are put to good use everyday by teachers and students. The Post-it website has a page filled with resources for teachers, and they have a really cool iOS app for digitizing, sorting, and sharing square sticky notes. Those small pieces of paper that can be attached, easily removed, and repositioned can be even more useful when you print on them.

2018 Tech Tools. As classroom teachers, we hear constantly about 21st century learning - we want students to be creative, collaborative, critical thinkers, and communicators. Then we ask them to sit quietly, while we explain everything, and tell them exactly how it’s to be done. It doesn’t have to be that way. Students are curious by nature, we just need to provide opportunities for them to be curious. They are amazing problem solvers when given the opportunity to create rather than consume information, to talk to each other rather than sit passively listening. They just need inspiration. HyperDocs, a transformative, interactive Google Doc replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction, is the ultimate change agent in the blended learning classroom. CollabEssay: Why Open 30 Docs When You Can Open One? Three Free iPad Apps for Creating Animated Movies. 10 Good Templates for Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts Lessons. Earlier this week I published a post about Read Write Think's theme poem online activity.

10 Good Templates for Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts Lessons

Obviously, that activity is a great fit for a language arts lesson. RWT is known for language arts interactive activities and templates. Dig a little deeper into RWT and you'll find interactive activities, apps, and templates that can be used in science and social studies lessons too. Wistia. Digital Storytelling with Adobe Spark: Why Students Should Use Video to Publish Their Writing – Hello, Teacher Lady.

Digital Storytelling with Adobe Spark: Why Students Should Use Video to Publish Their Writing – Hello, Teacher Lady. See your purchase history in the App Store or iTunes Store. View a list of the apps, songs, movies, TV shows, books, or other items that you bought with your Apple ID. After you buy content from the App Store, iTunes Store, or make other digital purchases with your Apple ID, you can redownload your purchases on any compatible device. If you want to see a complete list of your purchases in chronological order, you can view your purchase history. In your purchase history, you can do these things: View when an order was billed to your account.View the date of a purchase.Resend email receipts.Report a problem with purchased content. If you're not currently logged in with the same Apple ID that you use to make purchases in the App Store and iTunes Store, if you're using a different device, or if you don't see your purchase, follow the directions below.

Three Free iPad Apps for Creating Animated Movies. 30 Teacher Facebook Pages You Should Follow Today. One of the things I love about teaching in the Information Age is the ability to instantly get new ideas, helpful tips, and inspiration from social media. Facebook is stacked with educational pages full of quick ideas you can use in your classroom, even the next day. Here are 30 recommendations for the best teacher Facebook pages to follow, in no particular order. 1. Mr. D. You searched for peer. 50 Ways Google Can Help You Become A Better Teacher. Six Good Digital Storytelling Tools In One Place. Tube - A Distraction-free Way to Search and Watch YouTube. Tube is a new tool providing a minimalist view of YouTube. When you go to Tube all you will see is "Tube," a disclaimer, a link to the developer's Twitter account, and a search box. Enter your search terms into the Tube search box and a list of results appears below it without showing any advertising or other sidebar content.

When you click one of the videos in the search results it is displayed nearly full-screen on a plain white background. Imovie on ipad - Recherche Google. Using Google Keep for Grading Comments in Docs. One of the great features of Google Docs is the ability to leave comments in the margin.

Digital Learning Tools For Teachers and Students - 2 Peas and a Dog. On February 22, Digital Learning Day will be celebrated in many schools. How To: Add Audio To Your Scenes. TILO Presents: Google Tools for ELA Classrooms (with Danielle Filas) - #022. Run-ons and comma splices (video) Best Technology for Education Every Teacher and Student Should Try - Use of Technology. The use of technology in education has completely changed the way students learn. Education has become more flexible and accessible; various educational technologies are being integrated in the classroom and our educational environment is changing on a drastic speed. Educational technology has removed physical boundaries in the educational sector.

Online education and Mobile learning are becoming the order of the day, many executives are embracing online education to supplement on their educational levels, mobile learning brings educational material in student’s hands, and the use of cell phones for educational purposes is on the rise. 10 Tips for Embedding Digital Portfolios as Part of your Classroom Habits. Teachers and schools are dipping their toes into the world of Digital Portfolios. They are using platforms such as edublogs, Blogger, SeeSaw, Bloomz or Google Sites, to document and archive student work. How to Add Spoken Audio to Google Slides - Best of 2017. Integrating Technology Into The English Language Arts Classroom. Technology can be integrated into any subject area. Edutopia. Technology Ideas For The English Language Arts Classroom - 2 Peas and a Dog. Comparison of Screencasting Tools. Screencasting is a fast and easy way to capture what is happening on your screen along with your voice or video of you speaking.

Teachers can use screencasts to create self-paced lessons for students, tutorials, and supplements to sub plans. ELA- Feedback in a Flash: Giving Feedback on Digital Work. 5 EdTech Sites Every English Teacher Should Use. As more and more schools integrate technology into the classroom, the need for high-quality, effective EdTech sites increases. Turning Your Students Into Web Detectives. Why Teachers Should Create a Virtual Open House - Study All Knight English Teacher Resources. Penny Kittle talks about reading – English 341. L Houle's Wiki - NO Registration Necessary. No Registration Web 2.0. Kathy Schrock's iPads4teaching - iPads for Teaching. Create and Track ACT & SAT Prep Activities in PrepFactory. Control Alt Achieve: Using Google Keep for Grading Comments in Docs. Chronas - Interactive Historical Map and Data Sets. S2S Blog Connect.

3 Tools for Creating Comics on iPads. Tony Vincent Teaches Us How to Make Great Illustrations. How to Create Annotated Screenshots With Evernote Web Clipper. How to Create Annotated Screenshots With Evernote Web Clipper. The Current. Ten Great Tools for Telling Stories With Pictures - A PDF Handout. The Classroom Bookshelf - A Blog of Literature Lesson Ideas. The 12 Apps That Every Parent Of A Teen Should Know About. How to Use the New Version of Padlet. Top 10 Websites for Teaching with Primary Sources in the Secondary Classroom. Boost Your Assessment Power with GradeCam. 3 Apps That Make Student Feedback Powerful and Easy - Talks with Teachers. Inquiry Based Learning from Frontier. Control Alt Achieve: Using Google Keep for Grading Comments in Docs. Save Time by Using JoeZoo Express to Give Feedback in Google Docs.

Best Apps for Teaching & Learning 2013. Audio Listening Practices: Exploring Personal Experiences with Audio Texts. Power Up. Leading the Digital Reading (r)Evolution - Google Slides. Take Notes on These Apps. Textingtoteaching - home. How to Film a Hollywood-Worthy Movie on Your iPhone. Teach Meet ISTE 2016. Tweet Archiver - Save Twitter Search Results in a Google Sheet.

Creative Research Presentation Options. Educreations.