by Michelle Baragar | Apr 10, 2019 | GSuite
Plagiarism is a serious consideration in any classroom, and it can be tough to conclusively catch. Obviously, teachers can copy/paste the segment in question and do a Google search of the content and you may learn something, but that can be a slow, arduous process.
What if you could watch the writing process your student went through on a time-lapse video? You actually CAN, and it’s awesome!!
With a Chrome Extension called Draftback you can watch your student’s writing process as a time-lapse video. Simply install the extension linked above, and you can have an instant replay of the assignment’s work!
Plagiarism becomes very obvious when you see a sudden large paragraph appear on the time-lapse replay!
by Michelle Baragar | Apr 8, 2019 | Math
Math Pickle is an amazing online resource containing math puzzles, games a mini-competitions, organized by grade! This site is aimed at TEACHERS. It is not a site to set your students loose on to explore, it is designed to assist teachers with math instruction and offers fantastic puzzles to challenge students to us mathematical thinking and logic to solve.
by Michelle Baragar | Apr 6, 2019 | GSuite
There’s a widespread misconception that without Wifi access, Chromebooks are useless. This is simply not the case. Teacher Chromebooks will allow for “offline use”, whether it is at home or at school that you end up offline.
Google’s Training Centre offers information as to what steps you need to take in order to “Keep Calm and Carry On” in the event of a network issue.