Reading Activities for Students Using Book Creator How do your students respond to reading in your classroom? Well, this summer I’ve teamed up with the folks at Book Creator for a handful of special events. One of the webinars I hosted this summer focuses on reading activities for students.
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30 aplicaciones muy útiles e interesantes para docentes REALIDAD AUMENTADA: 1. Quiver 2. ZooKazam 3. Arloon 4. How To Make Any Worksheet Into an Escape Room in the Classroom - Teach Every Day Using an Escape Room in the classroom is a super fun way to engage your students in any topic. But you do not need to spend countless hours making one, nor do you need to buy locks and boxes. It is easy to turn (almost) any worksheet into an Escape Room! Code Kingdom: Treasure Review In Code Kingdom, children go on adventures with fun characters that help them develop a strong interest for programming and will allow them to become a Junior Programmer. In this game, children can experience the concepts of spatial imagination and logical operations, as well as algorithmic thinking skills. Our belief is that “to grow, one must keep moving forward”. For children, this concept should apply to both the game and their real life. Programming is a kind of art.
Tech Tips and Tricks: Using Google Forms for Data Collection Google Forms are a great way to gather information. Questions can take many forms (multiple choice, text, scale, etc.) and responses will automatically be collected in a Google Spreadsheet. Most examples of forms that I have seen have been to collect information from students - "get to know you" questions, assessments, class vote. If you've been wondering where to start with Forms, or how you can use Forms in another way, this blog post is for you! Teachers collect data all the time.
Create a Directory App for Your School Last week's most popular post was Dozens of Apps for Physical Education. In that post I highlighted the work that Kevin Shephard at Support REAL Teachers has done to develop apps through the free Glide service. Glide enables anyone who can create a Google Sheet to create a mobile app. You can start building an app from scratch or you can use one Glide's free templates to get started. One of the templates that Glide offers is for building a staff directory app. The directory template can be used to include pictures of staff members, contact information, and brief bios of staff members.