Are you looking for a twist on a Book Club? Using Google Hangouts can be just the twist you need to get students reading, writing and talking about books. If you need a lesson on how to use Google Hangouts, you can check out the lessons from Google. Continue Reading
Sometimes students just get stuck. Even worse, parents sometimes insist their child learn how to do something the way they learned it.
Our Program of Studies requires students to develop a personal strategy to do long multiplication, which means if the traditional algorithm isn’t working for them, it’s up to teachers to help students find a way that works. Continue Reading
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How many times have you tried to get your class to get to a specific website? Bombarded by 10 students saying, “It’s not working!”? Running around trying to fix every typo of those who can’t copy the web address exactly? 10 minutes later have you wanted to pull your hair out in frustration? We have both felt that and we are tech savvy teachers. It’s enough to drive any teacher over the edge and prevent you from ever using computers again. Continue Reading
As you know, YouTube is a wealth of resources for professional learning, for fun and to learn how to fix your broken gas dryer (ninjas like to fix their own things after all). Using YouTube in the classroom with your students is also a powerful tool (assuming you are allowed to)! Schools and districts who block YouTube are living in the wrong century! To us, it would be like banning a library.
As a teacher it is an invaluable tool. There are so many things you can do. Remember you need to be signed into your Google account first.
Help! How do I get my students using our new school devices?
That time of year has arrived when you need to organize the use of devices in your class.
Here are our 5 best tips for setting up quickly and getting your students using technology: Continue Reading