Please read the instructions within the presentation before using this resource. :)
Below are examples of student choice boards that can be used in the classroom. If you see one you like, click the link below each preview and it will force a copy of the file that can then be editable.
Biography Inquiry with Student Choice Board Embedded created by: Nadine Gilkison
Lisa Highfill is an amazing tech integration specialist that has created fabulous student choice boards! Click below to check out her work and customize it for your own needs!
Watch the presentation to see who our winners are for the District Twitter Challenge! If you participated, you will receive an email with your "Jeans Day" coupon! We look forward to more Twitter opportunities! Keep using #flashforward when posting what is going on in your classroom!
Scroll through the presentation to view 50 ideas you could use in your classroom tomorrow! Secondary teachers you can take a peek at what elementary students are doing right now! Go to the #flashforward on Twitter to see many more!! Select the arrows pointing out to view full screen!
Below is a link to the template I created to announce our winners.
IF you would like to use it, select the link below.
Click under the slide to make a copy of the resources shared to add additional items.
Below are options to share with students while reading a novel or chapter book. Give them choices on how they want to document their depth of knowledge/DOK.
Click on the link below to have your own copy to customize.
Paper portfolios have been a staple in the classroom for many years, providing insight into self-reflection and personal growth. With the technology that today’s K-12 students are growing up with, electronic portfolios become a natural extension with added benefits. Paper portfolios are static, only produce one copy of collected content, and create a storage issue. Digital portfolios contain hyperlinks to embedded content, can be easily modified and shared with multiple viewers.
Finding a tool online that is easy to navigate, available on any platform and has NO COST can be a challenge. That is, until Seesaw, the learning journal app/site, came along.
Watch this video to see:
For more information:
1. Use the Holiday QR Code books in class or give out to your class for home!
Download over 40 Holiday Books accessed via QR Code for FREE! All stories have been run through the site "viewpure" to block ads and related videos that pop up at the end of a video from YouTube. Happy Holidays! ~Nadine :)
2. Create Emoji rebus stories with a winter or holiday theme!
3. create QR code ornaments!
4. Thumb Holiday Chatterpix!
Since the development of the Emoji, adding voice to writing has exploded in the form of text, social media and of course classroom integration. With just under 2,000 varieties, Emojis provide an outlet for students who are reluctant writers. Check out ways to integrate Emojis into your classroom today!
For more information about integrating emojis, watch below. :)
Technology Integration Specialist for FTCSC