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Introduce the free dragon dictation APP to students who struggle to write. Have them record storytelling or composition work and use the voice to text feature! Students can email themselves a transcript to use when typing/composing ideas!
I now have QR CODES all around my room for different forms: Sign in/out Tardy Laptop use Laptop problem Book check out Book returns, etc!! Google Forms makes it SUPER easy to store information, much better than pen/paper.
A new spin on 4square vocab review. Print QR CODES that take students to Dictionary.com page for each vocab word. Here they get a whole assortment of help with the word in context (consider subbing in a WORDNIK page?). Tape qr code in the middle (print word with code for differentiation – non smartphone users … More Qr Code Vocab Squares!
Excited to use mentormob and thinglink this year! So far I have made an interactive learning journey that takes my students through Glogster, blogging, writing, sharing, editing, etc!
Qr Codes to my email, sign out form, MLA, edmodo, book check out, book check in, question stems, laptop sign out, and article of the week!!
English 12 students turn their narratives into a group project. After having students graph memorable moments, and then add a “soundtrack,” we used DIPITY to create one, giant class timeline. The assignment asked students to explore memorable moments throughout their lives, including hopes and wishes for the future. They then had to add songs that … More Using Dipity to Create a Class Timeline