How to use Google Meet including tips and tricks.Read More
This document consists of hyperlinks to Google Forms with metacognitive activities, teachers can make a copy of the form to use with their students. Each form has questions using a metaphor which allows students to think about their learning in a new way, concluding with a rate your learning scale.
**The questions can also be integrated with other applications such as Padlet, EasyRetro, Microsoft Forms, Nearpod, or Peardeck.
Decades of research have demonstrated that a student’s mindset is a critical factor that impacts how comfortable and motivated whether they are in person or remote. Specifically, students who possess a growth mindset are more motivated to learn and take on more challenges compared to students with fixed mindsets (Blackwell, Trzesniewski, & Dweck, 2007). This video will focus on the role of Google Classroom as an educational technology tool to foster a student’s development and approach to learning.Read More
How to guide for Google Tasks, this tutorial will guide teachers and students on how to organize their to do list with Google Tasks.Read More
How to guide for Google Keep, this tutorial willl guide teachers and students through all the features of Google Keep and give students and teachers ideas of how to use Google Keep in the classroomRead More
How to guide for Google Calendar, this tutorial will walk you through Google Calendar and discuss ways teachers and students can use Google Calendar to organize their teaching and learning.Read More