This sounded like a great idea and a perfect fit for me. After quickly scanning Tryazon's website I saw that they were looking for hosts for upcoming Ozobot parties. I quickly signed up for the service and applied to host a party. After a few weeks, I received word that I had been selected to host one of their Ozobot parties, and then the real fun began!
how valuable my voice would be in Google Play or Apple Podcasts. Do I have enough stories to share to create a podcast? Is my message valuable enough to be piped through educators' ear buds and car speakers? I just wasn't sure...
written before about using the power of Google Sites and Google Drive to create magical, automatically updating class websites. However, a class website is only one part of a communication strategy. What else can we add to this to give parents a way to talk to their children about their grades, their work, and most importantly, their learning? Thanks to Google Forms and the Google Sheets add-on autoCrat, parents can get a glimpse into their child's grades with a little up front work by the classroom teacher, some reflection on the part of the students, and the automating powers of Google Forms, Sheets, and the Google Sheets add-on autoCrat.
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district, and shared how my team and I were able to be productive when my district was shut down for a week at the end of the school year due to a major flood. In between,
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and the teacher on a deeper level. I went back to my office, looked at the rubric that teacher shared with me and modified it by adding a column for self-assessment and a row for student comments. Those two small modification transformed this ordinary rubric into a reflective tool that can be used to springboard conversations about student work between the student and teacher.
We know that you have a difficult job. From what we hear, grading homework and tests, planning activities and going to meetings takes up a lot of your time. In addition, we know that we can be a handful at times, too. While we may not always show it, we really appreciate what you do, and no, we can't do your job even though at times we say and act otherwise. With that being said, there are a few things we would like you to keep in mind when you are planning lessons and interacting with us throughout the school day:
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