Document Student Growth with Portfolios

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“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.

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Document Learning in a Digital Portfolio

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The digital portfolio tools below help students document their work in multiple ways and also can be used throughout a student’s learning journey. I’ve also had college students document their work using Google Slides (click for a free template your students can copy/edit), Padlet , and Pinterest. Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar ! Digital portfolios are powerful learning tools for students of all ages.

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. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano created the following infographic that describes some strategies for documenting for learning. Education Maker Education disrupting education documentation experiential learning maker education networked learning reflection reflective practice

Warning – Crowd Sourced Google Documents

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Your Collaborative Document Can Be Hijacked I am loving how many people are being so generous with their resources to share when we are having a crisis. I have been creating crowdsourcing documents for years. The post Warning – Crowd Sourced Google Documents appeared first on Teacher Tech. Crowdsourcing is helpful and plentiful. However, let me give you a caution. There is a funny glitch with Google Apps […].

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. Their ongoing assessment document links to rubrics aligned with each skill so students can read the language of a 1, 2, 3, and 4 to accurately assess where they are regarding their development.

Documenting and Reflecting on Learning

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Documenting Learning. Silvia Tolisano sees documenting learning as: a process of intentional documenting serves a metacognitive purpose. being open for feedback ( Documenting FOR Learning ). Blogging as a Form of Documenting Learning and Reflection. I find blogging to be a one of the most powerful ways to documenting learning and engage in reflective practice. I am a strong proponent of encouraging learners of all ages to engage in reflective practice.

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What to do when you lose a digital document

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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. But the latest excuses are even more frightening — “Someone stole it from my digital file” or “The cloud ate it” Every adult I know (myself included) has lost a critical, time-sucking digital file.

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Google Docs: Document Outline

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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.

How to Use a Document Camera for Remote Learning

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A document camera is a great way to use learning resources live and it's easy when you know how

How to check a document

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How to check a document. You can submit multiple documents for a check. If a text contains too many undefined words (if your document is not written in English or contains special terms), you will see the following message: Your text will be scanned for plagiarism. However, we find it necessary to warn you about the content of the document, which can impact the results of the check. Documentation How to use an accountOpen the New Check menu.

How to check a document

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How to check a document. You can submit multiple documents for a check. If a text contains too many undefined words (if your document is not written in English or contains special terms), you will see the following message: Your text will be scanned for plagiarism. However, we find it necessary to warn you about the content of the document, which can impact the results of the check. Documentation How to use an accountOpen the New Check menu.

Etude - advanced document reader that helps students comprehend what they are reading

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Etude is an advanced document reader, the first of its kind that incorporates the use of artificial intelligence into textual analysis. The smart summarizer takes a large section of text and highlights the key information within the document itself, skipping the hassle of fully analyzing the entirety of the document. document reader

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. ” I discovered a new option called “Voice typing.” ” Just as the name suggests, it allows the user to dictate instead of type.

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How To Document A Science Investigation Using Google Keep.

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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. When the cloud gets full, it begins to ‘rain’ the food colouring. We used a brilliant app called Google Keep. Its primary purpose is to make notes and reminders but it has a lot of uses.

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Auto Number Assignment Documents

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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 […].

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

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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.

Adobe launches Document Cloud

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Adobe recently announced Adobe Document Cloud, a new way to manage critical documents at home, in the office and across devices. Adobe Document Cloud will address the waste and inefficiency associated with document processes. Whether it’s school permission slips, health insurance forms or complex enterprise document workflows, Adobe will transform how people and businesses get work done. Next page: New features that come with Document Cloud.

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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 […].

Give-Away: iPevo Document Camera

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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. be sure you''re a follower of this blog to be eligible* please also like on Facebook: click here **if you already have a document camera, please do not enter for this give-away** More about this product.

Epson DC-21 Document Camera Review 2020

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The Epson DC-21 is a great way for teachers to share images and videos remotely with students

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Google Classroom: Create Group Documents

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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. I have created a script that will assign students into random groups (or non random) and […]. Classroom Docs Google Intermediate Script Sheets classroom google script sheets spreadsheets

Digital Dashboard Document

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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.

Timeline Tools to Document and Analyze the Past

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Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar ! Students can create digital timelines to analyze the past and help teach others. Timelines help students display their research in a dynamic way with photos, clickable links, video, and audio. Creating a digital timeline is engaging and also inspires students to teach others. The timelines students create present history and research in an interactive display. The free web tools below will get your students started.

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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 […].

5 Tips for Designing Course Documents

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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. When that document is separated from context, will it be possible for someone to know where it came from or what it’s for? Teaching document design

4 Tech Tools for Photo Documentation

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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. My daughter was ten: not quite young enough to tuck into a stroller for an afternoon nap when she grew tired and not quite old enough to maintain the same level of enthusiasm her father had for the […]. Assessment Technology edtech

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Google Document URL Tricks

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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. One way to turn on link sharing is by clicking the Share button in an open document. Once you have the shareable link copied, you can paste it into a document, webpage, link shortener, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

TitanPad - free, simple online document collaboration

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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. Up to 8 people can work on a single document at the same time, with their edits being color coded. It is similar to Google Docs, but much simpler. You can also import and export text to and from TitanPad.

New Document on OER Strategy Document Released

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This collaboratively-written document provides a concise analysis of where the global OER movement currently stands: what the common threads are, where the greatest opportunities and challenges lie, and how we can more effectively work together as a community. Ideas for this document came from across the OER community, following a 6-month drafting and feedback process. The document and full announcement can be found at [link].

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Timeline Tools to Document and Analyze the Past

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The post Timeline Tools to Document and Analyze the Past appeared first on Teacher Reboot Camp Part of the December 2019 STEM Resources Digital Calendar ! Students can create digital timelines to analyze the past and help teach others. Timelines help students display their research in a dynamic way with photos, clickable links, video, and audio. Creating a digital timeline is engaging and also inspires students to teach others.

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Google Drive: Star Your Documents

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Star Documents in Your Google Drive Is your Google Drive a mess? Now that we have students doing digital work it gets extra muddy as our Google Drive also is full of student work with the same titles as our original documents. The post Google Drive: Star Your Documents appeared first on Teacher Tech. Star Anything You Will Come Back To One simple way to find things […]. Classroom Drive Google Intermediate classroom drive google

Google Classroom: Pop Out Student Documents

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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.