Documenting Learning

User Generated Education

Reflection within the maker movement and maker education can occur through a process of documenting learning. Documenting learning can take on many forms: writing a blog. As I’ve discussed in numerous posts, I am an experiential educator.

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Document Student Growth with Portfolios

Teacher Reboot Camp

“How you climb a mountain is more important than reaching the top.” – Yvon Chouinard. Digital portfolios are one of the most powerful ways my students take ownership of their learning and reflect on their learning journeys. Digital portfolios help students set, track, and achieve their academic learning goals. Check out several of my students’ reflective portfolios here.

Making Print Documents & Posters Accessible

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Innovative educators often use print documents. This may occur when displaying posters, student work, or infographics on a wall or bulletin board. Another common reason for print is when information is handed out, mailed, or back packed home to families. 

Ongoing Self-Assessments: Students Reflect On and Document Their Progress

Catlin Tucker

My co-teachers and I designed an ongoing self-assessment document that we share with our students each grading period to guide their reflections on their progress and skill development.

Voice Typing in Google Documents

Catlin Tucker

Last month, I was working on a Google Document and clicked “Tools.” Simply, click on “Voice typing” and a microphone will appear on the left side of your Google Document. Voice typing will turn your spoken words to text on the document.

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Google Docs: Document Outline

Teacher Tech

Utilize Document Outline in Google Docs While you can insert a table of contents directly into your Google Doc there are good reasons why we do not want a table of contents in all (or hardly any) of our documents. The post Google Docs: Document Outline appeared first on Teacher Tech.

Making Print Documents & Posters Accessible

The Innovative Educator

There are times when innovative educators use print documents such as when displaying posters, student work, or infographics on a wall or bulletin board. Include a link to this document, or the website where it is hosted, on the printout you provide.

How To Document A Science Investigation Using Google Keep.

EdTech4Beginners

Have a look at a video we took: How did the class document the experiment? Recently, my class did a science experiment, where we explored how rain falls. In short, you put shaving foam (the cloud) on top of a cup of water and drop food colouring onto it.

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What to do when you lose a digital document

Ask a Tech Teacher

With classwork and homework now heavily digital, the days of “the dog ate my homework” are gone. It’s simple to track, isn’t it? It’s right on the student’s LMS account or in their digital portfolio, somewhere in the cloud. Maybe.

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Google Document URL Tricks

Learning in Hand

G Suite apps include Google Documents , Sheets , Slides , and Drawings. Shareable links can be used for publishing a document or for collaboratively editing a document. Documents are only accessible by you (the owner) unless you turn link sharing on.

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The Three Most Important Planning Documents That Guide Your School District

TeacherCast

Join us each week of October 2019 as we deep dive into what goes into creating an EdTech Integration Plan and why it's the single most important document to guide all of our Digital Learning decisions throughout the year. Welcome to the TeacherCast Educational Network.

Auto Number Assignment Documents

Teacher Tech

Add or Remove Assignment Numbers for Class Documents My best best tip for using Google Classroom is to number your assignments. The post Auto Number Assignment Documents appeared first on Teacher Tech. If it’s in Google Classroom, number it! It really has so many benefits. I also recommend numbering the “attachments” (although nothing is really attached, they are linked from Google Drive) to match. I have […].

An Excellent Free Document Scanner App for Teachers and Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

You can turn any type of document into an editable PDF.read moreAdobe Scan is an iPad scanning app with OCR (Optical Character Recognition) functionality that allows you to scan anything you want to PDF.

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Review: Epson DC-21 Document Camera Goes to the Next Level

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Classroom Document CamerasBy John Breeden II Epson latest projector incorporates video capabilities — smartly.

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Google Classroom: Pop Out Student Documents

Teacher Tech

View Student Documents in Google Apps One of the best new features of Google Classroom is the new feedback tool. A side panel lets you leave Private Comments in Google Classroom, assign a score, and return the document. The post Google Classroom: Pop Out Student Documents appeared first on Teacher Tech. When you click on students work from Google Classroom it opens in the new feedback shell.

DIRECTIONS: Unlink Document in Google Classroom

Teacher Tech

Have Students Unlink Their Documents Paradigm shift, NOTHING in Google Classroom is attached. The post DIRECTIONS: Unlink Document in Google Classroom appeared first on Teacher Tech. It is actually linked from Google Drive. This is an important thing to understand as a Google Classroom user. Instant Access One of the genius reasons to use Google Classroom is that the teacher has instant access to student work before the […].

Give-Away: iPevo Document Camera

Kleinspiration

an iPevo Document Camera What is it? The Point 2 View USB Document Camera provides live image capture for documents, pictures, textbooks, and three-dimensional objects—all at hundreds or even thousands less than conventional document cameras and overhead projectors.

5 Tips for Designing Course Documents

ProfHacker

Here towards the end of the semester, I’m thinking about all of the different kinds of documents I’ve seen left behind on or near the departmental photocopier over the past 15 weeks. And I’ve developed some … opinions about how such documents could be improved.

Google Classroom: Create Group Documents

Teacher Tech

One request I am often asked about Google Classroom is how to create documents for small groups. If you create a copy of a document for each student then each group member receives a copy, which can be confusing.

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4 Tech Tools for Photo Documentation

Brilliant or Insane

The post 4 Tech Tools for Photo Documentation appeared first on Brilliant or Insane. Brilliant or Insane. I fell in love with photography the year we took our kids to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.

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DIRECTIONS: Unlink Document in Google Classroom

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Have Students Unlink Their Documents Paradigm shift, NOTHING in Google Classroom is attached. The post DIRECTIONS: Unlink Document in Google Classroom appeared first on Teacher Tech. It is actually linked from Google Drive. This is an important thing to understand as a Google Classroom user. Instant Access One of the genius reasons to use Google Classroom is that the teacher has instant access to student work before the […].

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Shakespeare Documented

NeverEndingSearch

One way to celebrate this significant commemoration is to explore Shakespeare Documented , the largest and most authoritative resource for learning about primary sources surrounding the life and career of William Shakespeare.

Designing Engaging Course Documents with Piktochart

ProfHacker

It’s sometimes a struggle to get students to carefully read course documents. As I prepared to teach our Technical Writing and Communication course this fall, I decided I wanted to emphasize document design and economy of language, two areas in which I felt my previous classes could improve.

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Turn Your Word Documents Into Dynamic Websites Using SWAY!

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The post Turn Your Word Documents Into Dynamic Websites Using SWAY! This week, Microsoft announced a brand new feature that allows users to easily transform any Word Doc into a beautiful website using SWAY.

Instagram: Document and Share Grammar Gaffes

Catlin Tucker

In an effort to connect our grammar lessons to “real life,” I’ve encouraged students to begin documenting and sharing the grammar mistakes they encounter in life. Last week while out to dinner with my family, I stumbled across a sign with a blatant grammar error.

TitanPad - free, simple online document collaboration

Educational Technology Guy

TitanPad is a free tool for collaborative writing on a single document. It is simple and easy to use and requires no sign in or login to create a public document., You can create a private document with a free account.

Google Classroom: Pop Out Student Documents

Teacher Tech

View Student Documents in Google Apps One of the best new features of Google Classroom is the new feedback tool. A side panel lets you leave Private Comments in Google Classroom, assign a score, and return the document. The post Google Classroom: Pop Out Student Documents appeared first on Teacher Tech. When you click on students work from Google Classroom it opens in the new feedback shell.

Edit, Collaborate and Sync Documents With Google Drive

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Google Drive is a combo online-productivity software suite and cloud-based, file-syncing service

Doo.net - organize all of your documents in one place.

Educational Technology Guy

Doo.net is a new service that organizes all of your documents from your hard drive and cloud services (including email) into on system. You can search your documents via keyword, date, optical character recognition, tags, and document type.

Product Review: Epson DC-21 Document Camera Goes to the Next Level

EdTech Magazine

Classroom Document CamerasBy John Breeden II Epson latest projector incorporates video capabilities — smartly.

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Digital Dashboard Document

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

So, to get things started, I created a Digital Dashboard Google Document on which my students will see what sites we will be using consistently, the rationale for using that site, and have an area in which they will type in login information not their actual password, but hints or clues in case they forget. This year I am trying a more transparent and strategic approach to my technology integration.