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Title:
50 things to go further with Google classroom : a student-centered approach
Author:
Keeler, Alice, author.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
San Diego, CA : Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc., 2016.

©2016
Physical Description:
vii, 69 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
Summary:
Today's technology empowers educators to move away from the traditional classroom where teachers lead and students work independently-each doing the same thing. In 50 Things to Go Further with Google Classroom: A Student-Centered Approach, authors and educators Alice Keeler and Libbi Miller offer inspiration and resources to help you create a digitally rich, engaging, student-centered environment. They show you how to tap into the power of individualized learning that is possible with Google Classroom.
Language:
English
Contents:
1. Always start with google classroom -- 2. Use google classroom with a website or LMS -- 3. Number your assignments -- 4. Create authentic assignments -- 5. Collaboration is king -- 6. Provide directions -- 7. Create a directions document -- 8. Differentiating tasks -- 9. Update a post -- 10. Ditch worksheets -- 11. Stop grading, focus on feedback -- 12. Grade with rubrics -- 13. Side-by-side windows -- 14. Share to classroom -- 15. Ask a question -- 16. Connect with other students -- 17. Understand other cultures -- 18. Share student ideas -- 19. Create manipulatives with google drawing or google slides -- 20. Choose tools strategically -- 21. Collaborate using google slides -- 22. Provide hyperdocs -- 23. The classroom is a community -- 24. Share student work -- 25. Peer evaluation -- 26. Using the "about" tab -- 27. Create a daily warm-up -- 28. Provide links on the fly -- 29. Share solutions to assignments -- 30. Submit paper assignments -- 31. Make students co-teachers -- 32. Short-term goal setting -- 33. Experience digital literacy -- 34. Create non-rostered classes -- 35. Use animated GIFs -- 36. Students read aloud -- 37. Students responsible for their learning -- 38. Provide challenges, not assignments -- 39. Feedback workflows -- 40. Critique the reasoning of others -- 41. Student portfolio -- 42. Students share their learning -- 43. Move to the top -- 44. Create yearlong journals -- 45. Explain the thought process -- 46. Persevere in problem solving -- 47. Crowdsource ideas, facts, and projects -- 48. Replace homework with engaging in-class activities -- 49. Jigsaw activities -- 50. Create a student-driven classroom.
ISBN:
9780996989565
Format :
Book