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Student Sign in Sheet with Mail Merge One thing I like to do to start class is to have students fill out a Google Form. I use this to take attendance, ask survey questions to see where students are at on a project or how they feel about class policies, warm up questions and I always ask for “comments, questions, concerns” to help me get a pulse for where everyone is at. At the beginning of class I have a roster of who is there (I can use this to randomly call on students). If I asked survey or quiz questions I can go to the spreadsheet and go to the Form menu to show summary of responses. This gives me instant graphs of how students answered so I can use this information to instantly drive my instruction. I install the valmerge script on the spreadsheet so that I can send individualized feedback to students based on their warm up responses and in particular the comments feedback they gave me. With the effort of one and a half emails I am able to send a personalized email to every student in the class. Like this:

12 Online Tools For Effective Teacher to Student and Parent Communication Guest post by Reese Jones & Shelly Sanchez Terrell Having a clear and positive communication with the students and their parents are a vital necessity among educators. According to School Family, good communication results in increased student achievement and better services from the school. An effective way in pursuit of this is through the use of technology, specifically the internet. This practice is becoming evident among 21st century educators whose are utilizing digital facilities and implementing the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) system. Organizations like Microsoft and O2 support digital facilities and launch their own way of supporting education thru technology. Google Forms As part of Google Drive, Google Forms provide an interactive way of exchanging information with your students and their parents. Blogs Colorful Posters/Graphics Even if you have a dedicated classroom blog, it’s always good to keep your homeroom bulletin board updated. Remind 101 Screencasts Wiki Twitter

Télécharger Desk Marker : écrire sur l'écran lors d'une présentation Lors de présentation, il est parfois plus facile de faire comprendre à son auditoire un fait en écrivant directement sur l'écran. Le programme Desk Marker permet de dessiner par dessus l'écran en toute simplicité. Desk Marker est un outil qui permet de dessiner directement sur l'écran lors d'une démonstration ou pour préparer une copie d'écran. On peut aussi modifier les raccourcis clavier. projeqt - dynamic presentations for a real-time world Online Speech Bubble Photo Editor - Create comic strips with Google Hangouts as Edtech: Connecting, Sharing and Learning Since I started in education, I have been trying to find ways to connect students' learning beyond the classroom walls. Initially, the task presented many hurdles. Infrastructure was limited, devices were bulky and slow, and the access was not quite available. In order to connect students with the outside world, a permission slip and a school bus were needed. Today, many of those hurdles have been overcome, and connecting students beyond the classroom is a viable option. Hangouts, the social media feature of the Google+ platform, are online spaces offering teachers and students a great forum to connect with one or many participants and engage in a real-time dialogue. Reasons to Hang Out One of many reasons I like Google Hangouts is for the ability to broadcast a talk live and then archive that broadcast. Possibilities and Opportunities I see many opportunities for students and teachers using Google Hangouts in the classroom.

80 Interesting Ways to Use Google Forms to Support Learning I am pleased to relaunch this popular resource form the Interesting Ways series after a little bit of TLC. If you are new to the idea behind the Interesting Ways series, they are open Google Presentations which teachers add their ideas to – one idea, one slide, one image. They have been running for years now and have proven massively helpful to teachers across the world as crowdsourced idea banks to share with colleagues. I have checked through this one on Google Forms and updated the first and last slides – I hope you find the ideas useful and of course please feel free to follow the link below to add your own ideas (jump to the last slide for info on what to do) after all that is what they are here for! Add your ideas by editing the document. Thanks to everyone for helping to support these resources – I will continue to work through them all in the coming weeks and update and tend to them accordingly.

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