Not only can students create stories about any topic, but they also have the opportunity to be published authors which motivates many to continue reading and writing.
Students can craft messages for their peers, family members, teachers, and school staff or participate in digital greeting exchanges with students in other cities or countries.
Leaders from urban, suburban, and rural districts were challenged to consider what digital equity looked like and discuss pain points and solutions.
This is a great way for students to be creative and to work on their writing skills by describing or writing about their holiday traditions, plans, or memories.
I am going to be transitioning all of my class websites from traditional Google Sites to simple Google Documents.
Catch up on everything new in G Suite for Education from November 2019, and see great ideas and resources!
Designed to support NCSS’s Inquiry Arc in their C3 Framework, an IDM has basically three parts: questions, resources, and tasks.
Have you ever been to an event where they tell you that you'll get slides and handouts after the event or in a follow up email?
In a gig-based economy our students will find themselves working on asynchronous teams in different geographies, different times, and with different cultures. How then can we prepare them for this workflow?
I love the ability of digitized maps to allow access to all sorts of data in all sorts of very visual ways.
Creating accessible content is not only important because it is the right thing to do. It is also important because not doing so leaves institutions and businesses at risk for lawsuits and loss of funding.