Nearpod has Digital Citizenship lessons for all grade levels. Use Nearpods Interactive Video feature to engage students and check for understanding at the same time. You can insert questions at anytime throughout the video, so as students view the video, it will automatically stop and ask them to answer a question. You can use Nearpods video library, YouTube, or even make your own videos.
Using pre-made templates from PearDeck helps teachers with SEL and mindfulness. These templates are interactive and give teachers immediate feedback on how their students are doing. You can use them with remote learning or in person. Access already made templates to use with your students today!
This is a screencast on how to create digital portfolios for students to track their learning progress and develop a growth mindset from their accomplishments.
Google Sites is a great tool for communication, and it’s free. You can host information for your students, parents, and community. Showcase your students work, create a classroom website, highlight your club or sports team, build an portfolio, and so much more.
Provides a Flipgrid Group template to help implement the new SEL roadmap. Includes topics for the 17 critical practices.
In this episode of The Battle Born Digital Learning Podcast, hosts Maggie Cox & Kyle Anderson have a conversation with Jordana McCudden, Nevada Digital Learning Collaborative Digital Engineer, about the virtual chat series that she produced for the NVDLC, her new role in social media to promote the NVDLC, and much more! These resources and more can be found at http://www.nvdigitallearning.org. Check out the show notes for this episode at https://bit.ly/BBDLepisode016.
In this episode of The Battle Born Digital Learning Podcast, hosts Maggie Cox & Kyle Anderson share some great resources created by the Nevada Digital Learning Collaborative Digital Engineers. These resources and more can be found at http://www.nvdigitallearning.org. Check out the shownotes for this episode at https://bit.ly/BBDLepisode015.
Ways to integrate poetry into your classroom.
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