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educational gif Teacher Rubric 5 New Google Form Features in July! July 2017 comes with 5 brand new features added to Google Forms! One of the most anticipated is the availability of File Upload for consumer accounts (previously restricted to G Suite Domains). Check out whats been added to Google Forms!#1: Reorder Sections! If you're a heavy Google Forms user already and you also tend to organize your forms into sections, you're going to love this new feature! #2: Create a Checkbox Grid Multiple choice grids have been available for a long time and they're great for rubrics but there are other evaluation methods that might work best with a checkbox grid in which the user can select more than one option from the columns. #3: Create Default Settings If you want to be able to set similar setting across all of the Google Forms you create, you can now do that via the Preferences option in the menu. You can create 3 default settings: collect email addresses, make questions required, and you can set the default quiz point value.

Gifs: The Perfect Language Learning Object Over the years, I’ve turned into a bit of a “gif” guru. EnglishCentral beginner video lesson content offers brillant gifs for A1 learners. Here’s an example – Hobbies. Gif Lingua and Gif Lingua Books offer a gif “corpus” where gifs are tagged and learners learn over 50,000 words of English through gifs – these amazing “ideographs”. Yesterday, I presented at the Virtual Round Table, my ideas why Gifs make sure powerful materials for designing lessons and in support of student learning. Here’s my presentation. In the meantime, join Gif Lingua as a teacher – copy, write, translate gif books. Teachers can also get more tips for using gifs through my 50 ways to use images a list.

Hot Potatoes Home Page 15 Awesome Blogs to Follow for All Your Google Needs | Shake Up Learning Save Pinterest Ready for more ways to keep up with all things google? I follow several websites and blogs that help keep me abreast of the latest Google updates, as well as, cutting-edge classroom integration ideas. 15 Blogs to Follow for All Things Google! Want to get Google Certified? Check out my new and FREE eBook: The Complete Guide to Google Certifications! This is your complete guide to all of the Google Certifications for Educators: Google Certified Educator, Level 1 & 2, Google Certified Trainer, Google Certified Administrator, and Google Certified Innovator. In this 21-page handbook you will find details on each certification, what is required to prepare, what exams are required, and details about the application process. Add your email below to claim your FREE copy today! Get Your FREE eBook: The Complete Guide to Google Certifications! Success! Summary Article Name The Guide to Keeping Up With Google - Part 5: Blogs Description Author Kasey Bell Shake Up Learning YES! Success!

Things I like about Animoto for Education | Blog.ClassroomTeacher.CA byonApril 12, 2013 [byline_dns]? A colleague of mine recently showed me a very cool way for students to create good-looking videos. It’s called Animoto. Animoto lets you quickly and easily combine text, images, and videos into beautiful videos. You can do everything with their free lite version, but you’re limited to creating a 30 second web quality (360p) videos. Once you start using Animoto in the classroom, you’ll quickly realize it’s a great way for creating family portrait videos. Having said that, teachers can apply for education accounts. Things to know about Animoto for Education accounts Animoto for education accounts let your students create longer videos. You can apply for free Animoto plus account for your classroom by clicking here. 7 Things I like about Animoto for Education I’ve used animoto a couple times with my students. There are around 36 free themes/video styles to choose from. Here’s the best feature. Problems with Animoto for Education There’s no autosave.

Online Teaching: Kubbu Differentiate Instruction Using Google Apps | Electronic Brains Theories that Inspire Great Instruction As a trained Special Education teacher, I have always believed that it is essential to offer a variety of learning strategies and project opportunities to the students in my classroom. I have always worked hard to create interactive multi-modal activities and learning opportunities, often providing manipulatives, games, posters, white boards, mini chalkboards, personal anchor charts and graphic organizers for students, aiming always to provide the tools and strategies individual students need in order to succeed, never believing in the on-size-fits-all model of instruction. Over the years, I have been inspired by a number of great instructors and theorists, with Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences being most influential in my instructional planning, delivery, and assessment. Essential Technology and Google Apps When I first began teaching, I used technology to find resources and lesson plan ideas, and to communicate via e-mail.

Animoto in the Classroom: Activity Ideas Looking to enhance students' Web 2.0 competencies and build 21st-century skills? The Animoto tool allows anyone to create professional-looking projects using audio, photographs and video. Fortunately, if you're a teacher looking to bring this fun and easy multimedia tool into the classroom, a free account will do just fine. Free accounts let students generate projects up to 30 seconds long in a limited number of styles and with a Web-streaming level of visual quality. To get you started, Education World offers three great classroom activity ideas based on free-account features of Animoto. Students might enjoy one of the following technology integration activities: 30-Second "Shark Tank" Do students have what it takes to impress the business sharks? Once students have completed their Animoto videos, require each one to take a minute or two to introduce his/her presentation verbally before playing it for the class. Monster Attack!

applicazione web per la valutazione formativa Blended Learning Grazie all'adozione del Blended Learning è possibile distribuire il processo formativo tra l'ambiente fisico dell'aula e ambienti online, in questo modo: # si ha una integrazione tra reale e virtuale che amplia le potenzialità di personalizzazione dell'apprendimento e di comunicazione tra i membri della comunità; # si ottimizzano tempi, procedure, gestione, calendarizzazione, condivisione, collaborazione, etc., scegliendo di volta in volta, per ciascuna attività, l'ambito (fisico o virtuale) che meglio consente di svolgerla efficacemente Altra conseguenza e che si libera molto tempo in aula per sperimentare approcci didattici e pedagogici diversi rispetto alla lezione tradizionale. Obiettivo: Sviluppo competenze digitali e disciplinari Affrontare lo studio della filosofia di Cartesio rendendo protagonisti del processo formativo gli studenti al fine di: # sviluppare / potenziare le loro competenze digitali Metodologie e Strumenti 2. 3. 4. 2. # Google Drive # YouTube 1. 2. 3. 4.

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