Teaching with Technology

"How do I....?"

Model Instruction with Video (with Whiteboard options, too)

Google Classroom - Create and upload a video using one of the following options:


  • Screencastify: Create videos for students of yourself modeling instruction and/or use the Whiteboard feature to illustrate activities.


Google Meet: Use this live or record a video of yourself modeling instruction and/or using the integrated Jamboard whiteboard app.

Other options:

1) Use an external app such as Explain Everything or canvas.apps.chrome

2) Record yourself modeling on an actual whiteboard (windows work!) or on chart paper.


Zoom: Use this live or create a record a video for students using the Whiteboard feature - Video Tutorial (YouTube, 2020, 07:11)


WeVideo: Create your own curriculum videos using this online video editor to easily edit video and audio using multiple media sources. No download necessary. Many basic features are available as part of the FREE plan.

Model Instruction with an online Whiteboard & Video

Google Classroom - Create and upload a video using one of the following options:


  • Screencastify: Create videos for students of yourself modeling instruction or use the Whiteboard feature to illustrate activities.




  • Zoom: Create a Screencast video for students using the Whiteboard feature - Video Tutorial (YouTube, 2020)




Create Audio Files

Create audio files for read alongs or to provide instruction:



    • Audacity (Mac or PC) Free Editing Software Download



*Search the Chrome Web Store to find many other options, particularly for Chromebooks.


Google Classroom - Add an audio file as an assignment attachment or as an announcement.


Google Slides - Add audio to Slides


Create Video Files

  • WeVideo: Create your own curriculum videos using this online video editor to easily edit video and audio using multiple media sources. No download necessary. Many basic features are available as part of the FREE plan.


Take Attendance






Formatively Assess Students

Google Classroom: Create a Google Form for students to complete


Zoom:

  • Use the built in non-verbal response features of Zoom such as Yes, No, Slower, Faster, and Raise Hand). **Be sure that you have this feature turned on


External Resources:

Use Formative, Kahoot, and other digital tools to Make Formative Assessment More Student-Centered

Encourage Discussion/Interaction

Google Classroom:



Zoom:

  • Use Breakout Rooms encourage small-group discussion. Be sure to monitor the groups.


Meet:

  • Let student's pick their "type" of collaboration with this Meet Room Choice Slide template - NEW!

Facilitate Collaboration

Google Classroom:



Google Meet:


Zoom:


Provide Feedback

  • Google Docs (Docs, Slides, Sheets)



Work with a Co-Teacher