Tags » Classroom Tools

Introducing Gradeable Projects: Manage and Grade Projects through Gradeable's Brand New Project-Based Learning Tool

We were not satisfied with just making your grading go faster.  We weren’t even satisfied with giving teachers invaluable insights into your students’ thinking.  We wanted to give teachers more options to understand and engage students, and to that end, we are happy to announce our newest tool, Gradeable Projects. 678 more words

Best Practices

Back Pocket Cards

The Back Pocket Cards came about when my lovely co-teacher Marissa and I were trying to come up with some activities to do with the children in our Montessori classroom during the first month or so of adjustment. 215 more words

Songs

A Wonderful Google Tip to Help Students Search for Materials Appropriate to Their Reading Levels ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Source: www.educatorstechnology.com

always remember: what you can’t readily understand from reading the text, YouTube videos are also a useful supplement. Somebody somewhere probably recorded a training video for the use of the tool, why it is used, and when it should be used.

Scoop.it

Can Twitter Expand as a Classroom Tool? (Week 2)

You have 140 characters. Think about what you want to say.

Take your time. You’re in front of a camera and about to “go live,” but when those 140 characters are… 522 more words

Online Writing - Research

Random Group Generator

Having talked about random name generators – a quick reminder that SMART notebook has a good tool for generating random groupings which can fit well into a SMART presentation. 89 more words

Interactivity

New Feature: Import Existing Assessment and be Gradeable Ready!

Why should I create quizzes now?

Imagine having your ducks in a row by the first day of school—for the entire year. Gradeable aims to give you peace of mind that your quizzes are Gradeable Ready. 111 more words

Classroom Ideas

Don't Let This Happen to You

I see a lot in this image. . . but I mainly see garbage. When you have so much garbage around you, how can you sift through it rather that sit in it? 221 more words

Classroom Tools