Posted December 27, 2018 by Nick LaFave under General
My most popular EdTech Picks of 2018: choice boards, pineapple charts, backchannels, virtual field trips, great Google slides templates. Here’s a look back at my top picks.
The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Choice Boards
If you’re looking for an easy way to get started with digital choice boards, you definitely need to check out this concise beginner’s guide.
Pineapple Charts: Peer Observation That Actually Works
Pineapple charts make it easy to transform peer observation from a dreaded chore to an authentic way to learn from your colleagues.
Backchannels in the Classroom: 7 Alternatives to TodaysMeet
The world lost a great tech tool this year when my favorite backchannel shutdown for good. But don’t worry: I’ve rounded up seven great alternatives to fill the void.
The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Leading Virtual Field Trips with Google Expeditions
Google Expeditions just keeps getting better. This detailed guide has everything you need to lead your first expedition, plus plenty of tips and resources for those already familiar with the app.
Seven Great Google Slides Templates for Creativity and Critical Thinking
These templates provide an easy way to create engaging lessons for your students on a wide range of topics. Create a Facebook page or Twitter feed for historical figures, book characters, animals, plants, etc. Create your own Time Magazine or a new issue of National Geographic.
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