I was able to use this with Leslie Fisher after a request she sent on Facebook Tuesday night.
I shared the tool with Nicole Terry and she gave it a try.
I used it with some students in an English class yesterday and it worked very well.
In my opinion, this is ideal for:
- unlimited Multiple Choice
- unlimited True False
- no more than 5-10 written responses
- probably no more than 2-3 drawn responses
"I love this. I like the drawing part for math problems, processes etc."
AND IT IS Standards Aligned - Dive deep into the Common Core, NGSS or any custom standards and track for mastery.
It is not overly complicated. You can be general or specific. Check it out!
Demonstration Video & Step by Step Video Demonstration
Click here to check out the tool
March eLearning Challenge
Online Collaboration and Sharing
This month we will be sharing our favorite digital tool along with a successful, effective implementation. As they say, sharing is caring! I am sharing Blogger with you as we tackle this challenge. You will see it in action. I think it is highly useful for 8th grade and high school students. (I would still use Kidblog for 6th and 7th grades.) Don't be afraid to share what you know about a tool! It is fun and I can promise you will learn something. Give this a try! It will not take up a ton of your time. :-)
Click here to start the March eLearning Challenge.
Elementary Presenters & Sessions
Digital Citizenship - Diana Keown & Maria Sellers
Digital Differentiation Done Differently - Maria Sellers & Brandee Wood
Showme: The Demonstration Station - Shannon Stone & Jeff Sellers
Also presenting from South Vermillion
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April 11, 2015
Riverton Parke Jr/Sr High School