Friday, January 13, 2017

Going Deeper with Google Classroom

I have used Google Classroom for several years with both my elementary and middle school classes. Each Google Classroom is setup to meet the individual needs of my students. I differentiate activities, lessons and resources. In my class we call Google Classroom my students’ personalized study guide. They login from home to view and utilize all of our anchor charts, interactive notebook pages, journals, videos and online games to reinforce skills we have been working on.  

I love designing and planning fun math activities where my students can dive into the content and unleash their creativity! One of my students’ favorite activities is designing their own anchor charts! They use Google Slides to show what they know by connecting their unique learning styles. My students add video, record their own voice and use graphics to build their own anchor charts.

  1. Design your own Infographic
  2. Teacher & student designed Kahoot! games
  3. Digital Interactive Notebooks
  4. Interactive tools such as GeoGebra
  5. Quizlet for academic vocabulary
  6. Student created video tutorials
  7. Student created academic music videos

DTI Math Intervention Specialist
6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Math
Veterans Memorial Middle School
Brick, New Jersey

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