Even though teaching online may feel like a different animal than teaching face-to-face, there are many similarities in terms of the building blocks of a lesson. The tools teachers use to engage students online are indeed different. It is also
Now that educators, students and families are adapting to distance learning, planning your online lessons using Google Slides is a great option whether you are using Google Classroom or not. Almost everybody has a Gmail account and you can easily share the link to the deck with your students. You can add all the multimedia files they’ll need within the Google Slides file. Just one file for the whole week! I’ve added links to each lesson for easy navigation!
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This tutorial walks you through how to set up a student choice board using Google Slides. Teachers can integrate student choice into their curriculums and lesson plans with choice boards for projects, test reviews, or even class activities. Google Slides make it easy to link to websites, webpages,
Paperless, painless planning for teachers. Explore this Lesson Planning Apps and Websites Top Picks list of 30 tools curated by Common Sense Education editors to find relevant and engaging edtech solutions for your classroom.