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Quick Jam anyone?

So you’ve settled into your lockdown #2 teaching and learning. You have taught the students and are you looking for some interaction and consolidation. Jamboard offers a variety of easy-to-use editing and annotation features – an online collaborative whiteboard for your online meeting or lesson. I mentioned it last year in lockdown #1 and here…
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20 Jan ’21 0

Google Classroom – Mr Rogers Rocks

I can not take credit for coming up with the idea of animated Google Classroom banner or #GIF (animate image file). #Hattip to Amit @labnol, creator of Talltweets and blogger at Digital Inspiration. Right, “animated Google Classroom Header.” There are more than a few tutorials, including Amit’s, so here is a super lite-weight tutorial and…
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23 May ’20 0

Getting Started with Google Classroom

So I am presuming that you will do what pretty much most teachers do (and students for that matter). What I did too. You typed “getting started with Google classroom” in the search bar and followed the links. You then either watched and / or read about building your first Google Classroom. There is a…
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22 May ’20 0

Introducing Google Classroom to teachers

Last week I was asked if I would share an introduction to Google Classroom with our department as part of a phased approach to support our students’ distance learning further still. Which, in the coming weeks, may well become blended learning for some (those returning to school) and distance learning for those not in school.…
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22 May ’20 0