Hyperdocs classroom management is important. Check out the ideas outlined by Tracy in this blog post. A few weeks ago this blog featured a fantastic article about HyperDocs called Use HyperDocs To Increase Student Engagement written by guest blogger Tracy Enos an 8th Grade teacher from Rhode Island, United States.
Technology can be integrated into any subject area. I love using technology in my ELA classroom to share assignments, reduce photocopying and to help students show off their creativity when completing assignments. Check out how other teachers are using technology in their English Language Arts classrooms by reading the questions
Tracy Enos is an 8th Grade teacher from Rhode Island, United States. I met Tracy in the #2ndaryELA Facebook Group I co-moderate where she is an active contributor and freely shares her ideas and passion for teaching. One of the topics she has frequently mentioned is HyperDocs. Today’s post
Did you know that TeachersPayTeachers authors often update their resources with new content and designs? Gaining access to updated resources is something that I wanted to inform more teachers about. As a TeachersPayTeachers author, I use my feedback and emails from teachers to make improvements, updates and design changes to my
When I first started teaching, the only professional development I could get was from reading books, attending conferences or from my local school board. The internet has drastically changed the way people can access information. Now I can obtain professional development on my own time, and from home! Social media
Classroom technology can be a great tool for teacher collaboration, student learning as well as student assessment. This week’s Twitter chat focused on a how teachers are using Technology in their ELA classrooms with their students. English teachers have done a great job of shifting their mindsets from using technology
Students really enjoy using online assessment tools because it allows them to use technology, which they naturally gravitate towards. You can see my detailed explanation of Plickers, Kahoot, Ed Puzzle, and Google Classroom on my Education to the Core guest post.