With Office 365, you can save files to OneDrive and access them from multiple devices such your laptop, iPad, home computer, and cell phone. This video will show you how to save your files to OneDrive from your laptop. Sync Files with Office 365 If you use PowerPoint, you may sometimes feel tethered to your […]
Canvas is a versatile learning management which is perfect for teachers, but its wide variety of features can also seem overwhelming to a novice user. You may have heard your colleagues talking about creating rubrics, groups, and external apps. These are exciting features, but maybe not the best place to start. Imagine that using Canvas is […]
On Monday, Feb. 6th, we will be opening the MakerSpace in the Bay library during tutorial and lunch. Make It— Are you interested in learning how to sew, knit, crochet or do paper crafts? Code It— You’ve seen the craze for learning code, but what exactly is coding? Coding is what makes it possible for […]
Are you looking for a way to make presentations more interactive? The Classkick app is a simple yet powerful app to redefine teaching and learning. You can view student work, provide feedback, and grade student work in real-time. Students enrolled in the same course can also teach each other when questions are asked. View the Classkick […]
Dec 5th-11th is National Computer Science week in honor of computing pioneer Admiral Grace Murray Hopper. Students and teachers can go to https://code.org/learn to learn the basics of coding. If your students want to learn more, have them drop by the library during lunch, before, or after school this week.
I see many teachers having success using Kahoot! Games as I walk through the building. I am excited to tell you about another similar website for you to try: Quizizz. Quizizz is a fun and competitive formative assessment game that has the look and feel of Kahoot!, but with a different approach. I put together […]
Here are some big reasons for using Nearpod in your classroom: Create interactive presentations that synchronize across student devices. Add real-time polling and quizzes into your presentation giving all students a voice. Collect text and handwritten responses. Monitor class participation. Share responses with the entire class anonymously. Collect and save formative assessment. Find free presentations for […]