Organize a "book talk" for an app with this handy organizer!With the amount of apps available for Apple and Android devices, it's tough to keep track of what would be best for your classroom use. Why don't you ask your students what apps they use, learn from, and enjoy most? The form allows students
This is a 5-page movie quiz or movie guide containing 35 multiple-choice questions to assess students over the movie Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, a 2015 documentary. I have also provided a full 5-page answer key with answers in red. Use with Computer, Business, Entrepreneurial, or Marketing s
Beginning Readers - Digital Activities for Google slides - 6 Lessons.The bundle includes - 6 Lessons. Lesson1: I can read. I can swim. I can run.Lesson 2: I can see a girl, I can see a doll, I can see a dog, I can see a cat, I can see a tent, I can see a pencil, I can see a baby, I can see a hedgeh
A fun differential summative assessment where your students can choose a scientist they wish to research and will have the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge in a variety of ways. This assessment is one that implements technology and allows various ways for your students to demonstrate their
Teachers can use this for many different reasons. They can create bulletin boards with "Likes", use for student peer review (students put a "like" on someone else's work and explain why), or even just as a note to send home.
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Use this rubric and checklist to guide a project about Influential People in history. The rubric outlines how the project will be graded. Be sure to share it with students! The checklist is an additional tool for students to use to ensure they have everything i
This is a list of objectives that students need to reach when learning to keyboard. There are spots for 7 different "check-ups" for each objective. There are 15 different objectives as well as an overall rating and scoring key on the 2nd page.