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Live at ICE 2019 #edtech #iceconference #ice19

Hello everyone, I am at the Illinois Computing Educator's Conference 2019 Today through Thursday. I will post a live feed of my notable conferences and experiences to Twitter throughout the day.

Feel free to check it out

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mr_B_Ed_Tech


The Reason for Rubrics #education #edtech

https://www.techlearning.com/news/the-reason-for-rubrics

Rubrics help students clearly understand the scope of the assignment and see how each facet of the assignment will be valued when it is assessed. 

Rubrics can be an invaluable tool for both students and teachers to assess student knowledge. Take a look at these resources provided in the article above.

Google Tools and Music Activities for #Education #edtech #gsuite

See the full list
https://www.controlaltachieve.com/2019/01/google-music.html

This is a follow up to another article, posted by the same blogger. You can find that post also linked in my blog. This time transition from Art to Music. These are engaging activities and great resources to use in Music or in other subjects that integrate music.


Google Tools and Art Activities for #education #edtech #gsuite

See the full list here:
https://www.controlaltachieve.com/2019/01/google-art.html

I am always on the lookout for creative or non conventional uses Google's apps. This list shows some very creative uses for integrating Art activities into G suite.

Blended Learning/Keys to Academic Achievement #edtech

This article is a great resource for exploring more about Blended Learning. This teaching style allows for much greater learning experiences and has been treading more and more in education. I myself am a proponent of blended learning and have been researching it for a while now.
See the full articlehttps://www.techlearning.com/news/blended-learning-and-the-keys-to-academic-achievement

Research tells us that personalized, collaborative, and connected learning experiences enhance student engagement, in turn, driving student success.

The best mix of instructional practices take into account the learners’ requirements, levels of understanding, competencies at stake, and the nature and location of the audience and resources available. 



Google Activities for Primary Students #gsuite #edtech #elementary

See the full article:https://www.controlaltachieve.com/2019/01/primary-google.html

Are you a Primary teacher looking for some activities to do in Google? Do you want to build a snowman? Seriously, this article has some very creative uses for Google's G Suite for use in primary grade levels.

Some of my favorites include:

Building a snowmanDisguise a TurkeyRed Fish, Blue Fish sortingMy Pickup Has HiccupsPixel Drawings with Google Sheetsand many more on this list. Pixel Drawings with Google Sheets

What's New in Google? - January 2019 #edtech #gsuite #gsfe

Google is constantly updating, whether we want them to or not. :)

A few of these updates have been geared toward google's G-Suite (Docs, Slides, Sheets...). Some of my favorite are listed below. See the article for more updates Google has made this past month.


Assign unique colors to chart elements in Google SheetsOption to embed Google Drawings in DocsGoogle Classroom updates include drag-and-drop topics and items, and new look and themes See the full article here: https://www.controlaltachieve.com/2019/02/google-news-jan2019.html