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,
Below, take a look back at the five most popular posts on jpprezz.com from 2017.
5. Create a Magically Updating Webpage with the Power of G Suite
Creating a web presence for your classroom, department, or school is incredibly important for educators. However, making the time to create and update that website can be difficult for many educators with the other things they have to do throughout the day. This blog post shows educators how to combine the powers of Google Sites, Google Drive, and Google Calendar to create a website that can basically update itself.
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4. Five Reasons to become a Google Certified Educator
Have you been wondering if becoming a Google Certified Educator is something that is worth your time and effort? This post gives 5 reasons teachers should consider working through Google's Educator training modules and becoming a Google Certified Educator.
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3. The Google Certified Trainer Roadmap
Are you already a Google Certified Educator and looking to take the next step in your career with Goole for Education? This post discusses the process I went through to become a Google for Education Certified trainer and shares a roadmap for others to follow on their way to reaching this goal.
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2. Engage Students with a Digital Turn and Talk
As more and more schools deploy more Chromebooks and other devices to carts and 1:1 programs, it is increasingly important to to find ways to get students to have face discussions while still utilizing the power of technology to allow conversations to benefit all students in a class. This post details how to set up and when to use a digital turn and talk with students.
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1. Reflective Rubrics in Google Classroom
Grading digital work can be tricky for teachers. There are logistical and technical issues that often prevent teachers for providing timely and efficient summative feedback to students My most popular post of the year shares a quick, simple use (along with templates) for using Google Classroom to create reflective rubrics for students.
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