Homework, assessments, projects. Grades, lesson plans, conferences. Teachers can get caught up in the day-to-day parts of the classroom and forget to take time to consider whether or not they’re teaching effectively. In her edWebinar, “Make Learning Visible in Your Classroom,” Cari Wilson, Innovation and Technology Lead Teacher at West Vancouver School District, BC, explained how she continually evaluates her instruction to improve her impact on students’ learning.
In this edWebinar, explore the principles of a visible learning classroom as laid out in John Hattie’s Visible Learning for Teachers.
In this edWebinar, join edtech aficionado Shannon Holden as he examines ten apps that are the “Best of the Best” in 2018.
In an age where students seem to be attached to tech, why not take that as an educational opportunity? With WhatsApp being such a popular messaging app, there is a good chance students already have it. With the free app’s numerous features, it’s a natural choice for communication and more between teachers, students, and even parents. Meanwhile, Edulastic provides an easy way to create formative assessments and analyze data. In his recent edWebinar, Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal at Republic Middle School in Missouri, described how WhatsApp can be used for educational purposes, and discussed how teachers can use Edulastic.
In this edWebinar, Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal at Republic Middle School in Missouri, explores the educational applications of WhatsApp and another of his favorite FREE online tools for teachers, Edulastic, an app for interactive formative assessment.
Teachers are constantly searching for new ways to bring their classroom into the Digital Age. Google Classroom is the tech tool of choice for thousands of educators worldwide who rave about the simplicity of the platform. Join educational technology adopter Shannon Holden as he shows teachers how to increase productivity, creativity, transparency, and accountability with Google Classroom.