Poetry, Music, and Zoomed-out – The Week in Review
Excellent early morning from Maine where its going to be a chilly and bright winter season day. We had nearly 2 feet of fresh snow fall this week. Conditions are perfect for sledding, skiing, and making snowmen. After another week on entirely online classes, I require a long time outdoors. I dont learn about you, however my students and I are beginning to feel a bit Zoomed-out. We miss having the ability to do hands-on operate in my classroom. Thats why this posts included image is from when we did have in-person classes. Hopefully, by the end of the month well be back in our class..
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How to Create Your Own Online Board Game.
Musical Explorers World Map.
Areas – Digital Portfolios With Asynchronous Breakout Rooms.
A Handful of Super Bowl Themed Educational Resources.
Magnetic Poetry With Google Jamboard and Google Classroom.
GeoQuiz – How Many Countries Can You Identify?
How to Share Videos in Google Classroom Without Using YouTube.
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Excellent morning from Maine where its going to be a chilly and warm winter season day. We had nearly two feet of fresh snow fall this week. After another week on entirely online classes, I require some time outside. We miss out on being able to do hands-on work in my classroom. Thats why this posts featured image is from when we did have in-person classes.
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