Year: 2018

Empowering Students Voice Using FlipGrid

What’s FlipGrid and why should you use it? Flipgrid is a free web-based video discussions platform used widely by educators and students. Why should you use Flipgrid? Well, why shouldn’t you? With FlipGrid, you can create any topic with specialized resources and attachments, students can share and discuss each other’s videos, educators are 100% in …

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Make your picture talks using Morfo and Hp Reveal (previously Aurasma)

Introduction You’ve assigned each student an ancient Egyptian pharaoh to present during their show and tell session with parents and teachers. They are free to use any form of presentation mode that they like. They’ve chosen to create a booklet, mini-poster, drawing, models, diorama and some even created a Google Slides presentation. All these are great, …

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Feedback Galore: Improve Feedback Using Google Doc

  As what most teachers already knew, feedback can greatly enhance learning and improve student achievement. Click on this link to find out more about 5 researched-based tips for providing students with meaningful feedback.  How can we improve feedback using Google Doc to increase motivation, build up existing knowledge and help them to reflect on what they’ve …

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Creating Online Storybooks using Google Slides

Google slides can go beyond a mere presentation tool with words or probably with some relevant images to go with it. It could also be engaging, interactive and even collaborative. There are many possible ways of using Google Slides in the classroom, but today I’ll be focusing on using it creatively by creating an online storybook with …

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Automating the mundane: Using canned response

Picture this; you are required to send the same email content with a different attachment or salutation to a bunch of different contacts over and over again. What would you do? Type the same email content to all the contacts? What??! That’s crazy! Copy and paste the same content from a source to a new email? Possible! …

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Rubric Grading using Goobric and Doctopus in Google Classroom

This week’s add-ons special will be featuring not one, but two add-ons that can do magic! They are Goobric and Doctopus! These add-ons enable grading directly via Google Classroom, using a rubric which is attachable to the assigned document.  There are also options for self/peer assessment and send assessment feedback via student’s email. Check out my …

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