Let me tell you something. Book Creator has become an instant favorite of mine this year. I've used it in the past, but maybe I just wasn't ready for it until now. You know, kind of like vegetables. Anyhow, I've used it with students on iPads and Chromebooks, both without any issues and with various grade levels as well. I recently taught some second graders how to create animal eBooks on Chromebooks, and they picked it up almost instantly. With a small learning curve for both teachers and students, you should give Book Creator a look see. After reading the compelling paragraph above, I'm guessing that you think you have to pay for Book Creator. Well, for the first time in your life, you're wrong! It's free. Teachers get one free library that includes 40 books with unlimited pages. Click here for more pricing options. The word on the street is that Book Creator is only geared for elementary students, but don't believe the gossip. This bad boy is absolutely a…
In the ever poetic words of Jim Morrison, This is the end. Beautiful friend. This is the end. It's June 4th, and summer is on the horizon. Many of you have a routine for cleaning up your physical classroom, which is super, but you mustn't neglect your Google Classroom. Trust me, you'll thank me in August when you drag your tanned, relaxed body back to school.
Below you will find a few simple steps that will help clear that cloudy qi of yours. Let's get started.
Tip #1 - Return all student work Once students are finished working on an assignment, they turn it in. You then look it over, provide feedback and grade the darned thing. At that point, you should return the document back to the student. Hoarding documents isn't anything to brag about, people. Make sure you return the work. Here's why.
When a student turns in an assignment, you are now the owner of that document, and the student is relegated to view only rights. Once you return the work, the student again t…
A screencast is a cool video recording of your computer screen and usually includes audio narration and sometimes, if you're lucky, a webcam window of the radical creator of said video. You know what I'm talking 'bout.
Over the past year, the Screencastify team has scoured the internet and
talked to a ton of teachers in search of the best classroom
screencasting ideas out there. This ebook is a collection of their favorite activities that can be implemented by any teacher. The latest version of this book at
screencastify.com/ebook. And if you think that's all I've got for you, then you're horribly mistaken. Here's a link to Screencastify's tutorial page:Screencastify Tutorial Library.