This video will show viewers how to give faster feedback using Google Keep integrated with Google Documents. The video includes an interactive drawing game https://quickdraw.withgoogle.com/ featuring artificial intelligence
Recently I attended OETC 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. I try to take away a few tools I can use in the classroom even thought I would like to try them all. The following are assessment tools I will be trying this month in the classroom to gear my students up for testing.
Tech Tips on the benefits of using these online assessment tools with students https://new.goformative.com/ and https://quizizz.com/
This video will show teachers how to build interventions in the Google Classroom for every subject or level.
Also shares a recap formative assessment tool using a webcam from iphone, ipad or individual computer.
Above is the tech tip explaining how to use Playlist in the classroom. Below are some of the playlist I used in the video if interested. Hopefully, teachers will find this useful to build their own library.
Top Read Aloud channels
Example Playlist above from Reading Rainbow or click here to see other playlist on their Youtube Page
Click here to access the Youtube Page for Storyline - Celebrities Read childrens books - Great for a guest reader or link different ones to your classroom webpage.
Click Here for Youtube Channel Page - A lot of great Read Alouds
Story Time for children comes from a collaboration of Toddler Fun Learning and Ladybird books, and offers a wide collection of children’s books with creative sound effects, zooming, and panning.
Engaging Playlists - Click here to see the variety of playlists this Youtube Channel Offers - See Example below of Dr. Seuss
Click the link above to go to more videos - Playlist is elementary
This video will demonstrate how teachers can use the NEWSELA app and the FLEXCIl App to teach Close Reading strategies in their content area along while differentiating each article for students.
For my Masters Project I'm conducting a flipped professional development at my school district. For more information on how I'm doing it visit:http://joebedingfield.weebly.com/professional-development.html
I got this idea from my daughter's Preschool teacher Hailey Hall at Celeryville Christian School. She does a great job of integrating technology, so I asked her to share this idea which she did. Basically a QR code can be put anywhere to be read by a tablet, smartphone or any QR reader device.
Teachers can link their favorite video, website or lesson to a QR code and print it out for elementary students to wear home to practice more or demonstrate what they learned in school.
At the high school we used it for our fundraiser. We put a QR code on a Flyer so students could use their phone to scan the QR code to order the merchandise from a Google Form we created. This was an easy process, and it helped us sell more trashbags. There is no limitation on how you can use QR codes in the classroom. Please leave comments if you have any other ideas.
This month's tech tip revolves around improving student writing using two websites / Chrome Apps. Grammarly.com and Noredink.com. Grammarly helps people with their grammar mistakes within the Chrome browser or email client. It is highlight and alert you of these mistakes.
NoRedink is great online practice for students. It will develop students grammar ability helping them achieve higher understandings of a particular concept.
Manything is an app for IOS devices that allows you to record motion once detected by a plugged in iPhone or iPod. You can then view the motion on your current phone as a video clip. Once the clip has been created on your current phone it can be easily shared with anyone via text or email messaging. Great for security or just to spot animals in a field. Check out the video for a more accurate description.
Coach Bedingfield is an everyday classroom teacher who has a passion for using technology in the classroom.