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Engagement

Engagement

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Gamify your class with ClassCraft

Engagement

Gamify your class with ClassCraft

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Send daily or weekly email summaries to guardians in Google Classroom

Engagement

Send daily or weekly email summaries to guardians in Google Classroom

Use Voice Typing in Google Docs to have a parent or student speak in their native language

Engagement

Use Voice Typing in Google Docs to have a parent or student speak in their native language

Use protocols (great resource: National School of Reform) for structured collaboration so that students need to work together at length to figure out problems

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Use protocols (great resource: National School of Reform) for structured collaboration so that students need to work together at length to figure out problems

Create student discussion on a Google Doc (or other cloud-based word processor) or in Google Classroom, or in Hangouts

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Create student discussion on a Google Doc (or other cloud-based word processor) or in Google Classroom, or in Hangouts

Use Google Forms with short videos and questions to learn at student pace

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Use Google Forms with short videos and questions to learn at student pace

Use a Breakout EDU activity to have students moving, collaborating, and problem solving

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Use a Breakout EDU activity to have students moving, collaborating, and problem solving

Allow students to decide if they are well enough to Hangout or Skype into class or video chat with a partner throughout the day for projects

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Allow students to decide if they are well enough to Hangout or Skype into class or video chat with a partner throughout the day for projects

Utilize social media (class or individual accounts) to connect the curriculum to the real world (ie: students can: tag an author in a tweet linking the blog p ost the student wrote about the author’s book, email their state representative to share their thinking on certain issues they are studying, write a book review on Goodreads.com, etc.)

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Utilize social media (class or individual accounts) to connect the curriculum to the real world (ie: students can: tag an author in a tweet linking the blog p ost the student wrote about the author’s book, email their state representative to share their thinking on certain issues they are studying, write a book review on Goodreads.com, etc.)

Use Google Classroom or OneNote Class Notebook to create open communication with students

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Use Google Classroom or OneNote Class Notebook to create open communication with students

Keep parents up-to-date with announcements and photos/videos of learning with a class website using Google Site, Weebly, or other website builder

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Keep parents up-to-date with announcements and photos/videos of learning with a class website using Google Site, Weebly, or other website builder

Create a class blog using Blogger, Wordpress, or other online blog

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Create a class blog using Blogger, Wordpress, or other online blog

Enable offline access in Google Drive so students can work without internet connection

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Enable offline access in Google Drive so students can work without internet connection

Use a Learning Management System like Google Classroom to create online dialogue and other avenues of participation

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Use a Learning Management System like Google Classroom to create online dialogue and other avenues of participation

Gamify the classroom with Classcraft

Engagement

Gamify the classroom with Classcraft

Use Padlet or GoFormative for collecting questions, ideas, and comments during a lesson

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Use Padlet or GoFormative for collecting questions, ideas, and comments during a lesson

Use Google Drawings, Google Slides (or other cloud-based presentation tool), or Canva to create powerful images

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Use Google Drawings, Google Slides (or other cloud-based presentation tool), or Canva to create powerful images

Create a badging system to celebrate student achievements and motivate continued progress

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Create a badging system to celebrate student achievements and motivate continued progress

Offer brain breaks where students can reflect on a collaborative Google Drawing

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Offer brain breaks where students can reflect on a collaborative Google Drawing

Interactive Google Slides (or other cloud-based presentation tool) and Google Docs for note taking

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Interactive Google Slides (or other cloud-based presentation tool) and Google Docs for note taking

Teach students the C.A.R.P. design principles

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Teach students the C.A.R.P. design principles

Use YouTube timer or Slides speaker notes timer during talking points

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Use YouTube timer or Slides speaker notes timer during talking points

Use Google Translate to break down language barriers with families

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Use Google Translate to break down language barriers with families

Model and teach quality presentation techniques with little text on slides and large, meaningful images.

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Model and teach quality presentation techniques with little text on slides and large, meaningful images.

Use Voxer to create a virtual student discussion

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Use Voxer to create a virtual student discussion

Have students create shared class notes with Google Docs (or other cloud-based word processing tools)

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Have students create shared class notes with Google Docs (or other cloud-based word processing tools)

Use Translate Document in Google Docs to translate an entire doc

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Use Translate Document in Google Docs to translate an entire doc

Video a class discussion or find a discussion on YouTube or Teaching Channel and have students watch and critique

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Video a class discussion or find a discussion on YouTube or Teaching Channel and have students watch and critique

Use Smartypins or GeoGuessr or other games to incorporate fun competition

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Use Smartypins or GeoGuessr or other games to incorporate fun competition

Google Classroom allows students to see work that they have missed.

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Google Classroom allows students to see work that they have missed.

Create podcasts with YouTube or Soundtrap

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Create podcasts with YouTube or Soundtrap

Use Kahoot to create interactive quizzes

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Use Kahoot to create interactive quizzes

Use Revision History to observe participation of students in collaborative tasks

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Use Revision History to observe participation of students in collaborative tasks

Use GoNoodle for fun and interactive brain breaks

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Use GoNoodle for fun and interactive brain breaks

Start your day off with A Google a Day or Google Feud to build perseverance and solid search skills.

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Start your day off with A Google a Day or Google Feud to build perseverance and solid search skills.

Monitor behavior and give positive incentives with Class Dojo

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Monitor behavior and give positive incentives with Class Dojo

Try different tools to engage participation, like Kahoot or a shared Google Slide deck

Engagement

Try different tools to engage participation, like Kahoot or a shared Google Slide deck

Use Soundtrap or YouTube to create a class podcast or video blog

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Use Soundtrap or YouTube to create a class podcast or video blog

Connect with another class on Skype in the Classroom

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Connect with another class on Skype in the Classroom

Consider using a resource such as an SOS card

Engagement

Consider using a resource such as an SOS card

Use QR codes on student work in the hallway to see more information about their project.

Engagement

Use QR codes on student work in the hallway to see more information about their project.

Give students their own blog with Blogger and the ability to receive comments from outside the classroom

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Give students their own blog with Blogger and the ability to receive comments from outside the classroom

Consider grant for at-home hotspots such as KajeetEdu

Engagement

Consider grant for at-home hotspots such as KajeetEdu

Use a template from Google Docs or create a template with Google Slides to email weekly newsletters to parents

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Use a template from Google Docs or create a template with Google Slides to email weekly newsletters to parents

Record lessons with Screencastify, YouTube Live, or Facebook Live (using a professional, not personal, account) and post links in Google Classroom or OneNote Class Notebook for review

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Record lessons with Screencastify, YouTube Live, or Facebook Live (using a professional, not personal, account) and post links in Google Classroom or OneNote Class Notebook for review

Use Google Sites or SeeSaw to create digital portfolios to show student growth

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Use Google Sites or SeeSaw to create digital portfolios to show student growth

Create a Google Forms check in/check out system to get immediate insight into how a student is doing

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Create a Google Forms check in/check out system to get immediate insight into how a student is doing

Use Google Classroom or OneNote Class Notebook so students can still access the day’s learning and resources

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Use Google Classroom or OneNote Class Notebook so students can still access the day’s learning and resources

Begin each class with Poll Everywhere or Kahoot to build excitement.

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Begin each class with Poll Everywhere or Kahoot to build excitement.

Use timers and track work progress in Google Sheets using charts to document progress

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Use timers and track work progress in Google Sheets using charts to document progress

Use Poll Everywhere, Pear Deck, or Plickers to get input from every student

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Use Poll Everywhere, Pear Deck, or Plickers to get input from every student

Create shared incentive trackers using Google Slides (or other cloud-based presentation tool).

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Create shared incentive trackers using Google Slides (or other cloud-based presentation tool).

Use QR codes to get students out of their seats and tracking the room

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Use QR codes to get students out of their seats and tracking the room

Create Slack channels for curated student discussion

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Create Slack channels for curated student discussion

Create web-based, collaborative videos with YouTube Editor or WeVideo

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Create web-based, collaborative videos with YouTube Editor or WeVideo

Give students time to reflect on their learning by creating a screencast using Explain Everything (paid) or Educreations (free)

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Give students time to reflect on their learning by creating a screencast using Explain Everything (paid) or Educreations (free)

Use Padlet to allow students to leave comments and feedback

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Use Padlet to allow students to leave comments and feedback

Create a shared class calendar to allow students to input dates of sports games and other extra curricular activities that classmates and teacher might attend.

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Create a shared class calendar to allow students to input dates of sports games and other extra curricular activities that classmates and teacher might attend.

GoNoodle for brain break videos

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GoNoodle for brain break videos

Shared Google Doc or OneNote Class Notebook with class notes to capture work that has been done

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Shared Google Doc or OneNote Class Notebook with class notes to capture work that has been done

Denna strategimeny har anpassats för användning i Storbritannien  från den ursprungliga DLP-strategimenyn byggd  av Dynamic Learning Project / EdTechTeam. 

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