Blended Learning

“Locked Mode” Goes Beta in Google Forms

“Locked Mode” Goes Beta in Google Forms

Earlier this summer, Google announced their plans to introduce a new feature called “Locked Mode” for Forms – much to the anticipation of teachers across the globe. Locked Mode would prevent Chromebook quiz takers from navigating away from that...Read more ›
Sharing Ideas with @Learning100

Sharing Ideas with @Learning100

An important part of my role as a student learning coach in a K-5 building (with over 40 teachers) is to encourage each of them to implement new or different ideas whenever, wherever, and however they can in order to enhance student learning outcomes. That effort...Read more ›
Get Googley This Winter with Activities from Eric Curts

Get Googley This Winter with Activities from Eric Curts

With many educators looking forward to the upcoming winter break, some of us may need a little help wrangling in our kiddos in the days leading up to their time off. While Teachers Pay Teachers is inundated with holiday activities you can pay for, look no further than...Read more ›
Computational Thinking for the Digital Age

Computational Thinking for the Digital Age

As Computer Science Education Week wraps up, some teachers may be looking ahead for the “What’s Next?” If you were inspired by this week’s activities or if any of the activities you did in your classroom got you pumped up to try (and learn!)...Read more ›
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