I had the privilege of delivering a couple of concurrent sessions at this year’s Georgia Education Technology Conference in Atlanta. I had a great time in the sessions. I met a few of my favorite educators from around the country. And I learned a lot of new ideas that I can’t wait to use. A funny thing happened to me on my way there on the final day.
When I’m trying to teach my students how to use any kind of ed tech, I inevitably have to put together some kind of tutorial to walk them through the process. I spent a lot of time taking screenshots, typing instructions, and organizing it into an easy-to-follow tutorial. It took a long time.
Setting up customized paragraph styles in Google Docs is a simple process.
Through a few opportunities this year, I entered into this new technological world in education, and it’s been great. But there is one thing that I’ve seen that is dangerous myth out there.
Google Forms can give you a lot of versatility when it comes to quizzes in class.
This year, I’ve learned a lot of different ways to use Google Forms and Sheets to save myself time and trouble.
PeerGrade is an online peer revision tool. Here are my thoughts on it.