Whether you are teaching online, or in your classroom, this random student generator will assist you with selecting a student for a task. Install the chrome extension, and any time you need to pick a student for something, it’s waiting for you!
Offering feedback and formative assessment can be time-consuming. The Mote extension for Chrome offers you the opportunity to record your voice giving the feedback as opposed to typing. A great alternative for those whose keyboarding skills leave a bit to be desired.
Teaching in a distributed learning environment (formerly called a blended learning environment), has its own pedagogical rules. While many scenarios translate easily from classroom teaching to online teaching, there are some aspects of instruction and learning that are different.
In conversation with teachers, administrators, parents and students, coupled with the educational research on distributed learning environments, we have compiled these ten tips for teachers to improve everyone’s experience when using Google Classroom.
The CESD Resource site (Teachers Share) is a brand new endeavour (#10 in the above image). To ease the burden of distributed teaching, we ask that teachers share assignments they have created (share to Michelle Baragar), and take what you can need from this site. The more we share, the lighter the load for everyone!