Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Make a copy of your Google Sites!




A few weeks, Google announced the ability to make a copy of your site.  It has
now be implemented in our school domain.

For those who have done escape rooms with me- you can understand my excitement!  
Now you can make a copy and make changes to differentiate the escape rooms.
Richard Byrne has complete directions on his blog here.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Water, water everywhere



But can your students make sure each global region has enough water?  What’s the best answer? Pipelines? Research? Desalination plants? Challenge your students with the Smithsonian game Aquation.    I saw this in a post from Richard Byrne where he mentions several science games geared to elementary students.  Maybe the perfect fit for these last days of school?

Monday, June 18, 2018

Social Studies. ELA, and Science Templates




Richard Byrne posted this morning on his blog (Free Technology for Teachers) about
the templates and lessons in ReadWriteThink.  Please click here to see his post.  
I have long been a fan of RWT yet sometimes I forget to check their resources.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Need a creative edge?


Try these SOS (Spotlights on Strategies) from Discovery Education.  In their recent blog post, they shared the top ten SOS for creativity and innovation in your classroom.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Suggestions for collaboration in Google Docs



One of the issues I have in collaborating in Google Docs is the space issue.  I sometimes find myself trying to figure out where I should type (especially if this is in real time and I can see the other person’s words appearing on the page).  Alice Keeler has a suggestion that would make the process easier. Please click here to read her blog post.