One of the challenges with digital learning and teaching is that it is not easy for students to show their work. In a perfect world, there would be an app that all students have that allows them to complete their math work right on an online platform. (If you know of such an app or website, let me know!) This post will share a few ways that students can show their math ... Read More
Whether you’re using more digital activities because of distance learning or you are just wanting to incorporate more technology in the classroom, Google Forms is an excellent option. One of the best parts about Google Forms is that they are not limited to Google Classroom users. In fact, you can use Google Forms with any online platform or website that allows you to ... Read More
One of the hardest parts about distance learning is not being able to see and talk with our students on a regular basis. Even if you are doing video conferences, it is hard to know how students are doing and if they need help. One option is to have daily check-ins using Google Forms. This post shares free daily check in google forms for distance learning and some tips for ... Read More
Have you used Google Classroom before? While the interface may not be user friendly for organizing assignments, the ability to assign interactive assignments through Google Slides is a game changer with digital learning. This post will share a brief overview of how to assign Google Slide activities via Google Classroom with a free downloadable guide you can use as a ... Read More
As we move more to online learning, teachers are having to post work online for their students. For many teachers, that means assigning work on Google Classroom. For other teachers, that means emailing work to students or their parents or posting work on their websites or other learning platforms for students to download. One easy-to-use option for teachers to use no ... Read More
Home learning/distance learning/remote learning (or whatever your school is calling it) is definitely new territory for most (if not all) of us. Here are some tips and strategies that I think will help make this process more effective for you, your students, and your parents. Some of these apply to digital learning but many are applicable with printable work as ... Read More
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Welcome friends! I’m Jennifer Findley: a teacher, mother, and avid reader. I believe that with the right resources, mindset, and strategies, all students can achieve at high levels and learn to love learning. My goal is to provide resources and strategies to inspire you and help make this belief a reality for your students. Learn more about me.