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60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom

60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom
I have been asked by math teachers how they can use Google Classroom. Google Classroom is great for any subject area, especially math! Earlier I had posted on 5 ways Students Can Use Google Docs in Math. This builds on those ideas with a list of 60 ways Google Classroom can be used by Math teachers. Create a blended classroom: Google Classroom is the perfect tool to transform a traditional class into a blended model.Go paperless: There are many ways that Google Classroom can support a paperless classroom. Stop standing at the copy machine and use Google Classroom instead.Distribute handouts: It is easy to attach files that are either in Google Drive or on the computer. See all my Google Classroom posts at alicekeeler.com/google-classroom Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2015

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Making maths work Let’s face it, there are some learners that dislike maths. Unfortunately for them, unless they have the elusive grade C at GCSE then they have got to do it again in FE. Though I agree that engagement is important, particularly for those that have had negative experiences, I’m certainly not one for dumbing down – anymore (oh how I used to think of the ‘fun’ ahead of learning). Lesson Plan Ideas - IntegratorsGoogleResources Google Documents Challenge #1:1. Create a new document. 2. Insert a hyperlink and an image or drawing into your document. 3. Invite two other people to collaborate on your document. 4. Use the chat or comment box to ask one of your collaborators to remove the drawing or image you inserted in step 2 above.

Google Classroom: Assess Student Work FASTER [infographic] - Teacher Tech Link to Infographic in Google Draw Having a good workflow for assessing student work is essential. Here is my workflow for giving feedback through Google Classroom. Assignment Title GCSE resits: resources for maths A record number of students aged 17 and above are expected to resit GCSE maths this summer. Students who have not achieved a grade C or higher in GCSE maths and English during their time at school are now required to retake these subjects at college, placing strain on FE institutions across the country. In preparation for the resits, TES has collected 15 of the best resources to help college teachers support students with revision and exam technique. Top 20 GCSE skills Enable students to identify points to focus on in their revision with this comprehensive resource, which breaks down 20 of the most frequently occurring topics into easy, medium and hard questions.

10 tips to use Google Classroom effectively and efficiently Google Classroom can be even more powerful with a few tips and strategies to make it efficient and effective. Google Classroom streamlines the management of student work — announcing, assigning, collecting, grading, giving feedback and returning. It has certainly saved many teachers hours of work. Without a solid workflow and some strategy, grading digital work can be cumbersome. Google Classroom does make working with student work more efficient — but only if you understand how Classroom works and how to use it to your advantage.

Mathematics Subject Special For this session, #ukedchat co-hosted the next in our series of Subject Special, as we focus and celebrate all things mathematics. Colleen Young co-hosted along side, with this being an opportunity for teachers at all stages to share ideas, resources and tips which help pupils progress in the subject – aimed at Early Years, Primary, Secondary and non specialists who are on the look out for resources to help the teaching and learning process. The session asked the following six questions: What are some of your key mathematical questions you use in lessons?

100+ Great Google Classroom Resources for Educators Google Classroom allows teachers to easily manage student work and teaching with Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Spreadsheets and anything Google. This handy tool has opened up the doors of blended learning and collaborative classrooms like never before. Teachers wanting to implement Google Classroom can use these resources to get started, level up their learning, or become a pro at all things Google. But there are so many sites!

The Google Classroom Quick-Start Guide + tips and tricks! Google Classroom makes organizing and managing all of your Google Apps activities streamlined and easy. Set it up in minutes. (Sketch by Matt Miller) Thousands of teachers are certainly finding their way to Google Classroom. It has been as billed by Google: less focus on tech, more focus on teaching. It has made managing Google Apps files in schools more streamlined and communicating with classes easier.

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