Instructional Strategies

Instructional Strategies

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Instructional Strategies

Use Google Slides (or other cloud-based presentation tool) as visuals to organize your lesson and embed a YouTube video of a timer in each slide to help you keep pace

Instructional Strategies

Use YouTube timer or Slides speaker notes timer during talking points

Instructional Strategies

Use Google Forms with short videos and questions to learn at student pace

Instructional Strategies

Flip the learning! Digitize your lessons by creating short video screencasts with Explain Everything (paid), Educreations, or Screencastify and have students watch in small groups or at home to save time during class

Instructional Strategies

Explore different perspectives in Google Newspapers

Instructional Strategies

Create math art with Desmos to practice graphing

Instructional Strategies

Let students practice their speaking skills with Voki

Instructional Strategies

Give students time to reflect on their learning by creating a screencast using Explain Everything (paid) or Educreations (free).

Instructional Strategies

Capture and improve performance with Coach’s Eye app (mobile devices).

Instructional Strategies

Use Cast for Education to project directions for whole group while teaching small group

Instructional Strategies

CraftyText to type directions onto the screen in real time

Instructional Strategies

Use Powtoon to create a video with directions for students using one of the templates

Instructional Strategies

Expose your students to some of the finest works of art with Google Cultural Institute

Instructional Strategies

Post directions in Google Classroom or OneNote Class Notebook and attach a rubric

Instructional Strategies

Use Voice Typing and Translate Document feature in Google Docs

Instructional Strategies

Teach geography the fun way with Mystery Skype!

Instructional Strategies

Use Voxer to create a virtual student discussion

Instructional Strategies

Give students time to respond in a Learning Management System like Google Classroom, Edmodo, or Schoology or in a Google Form before having a discussion

Instructional Strategies

Use Google Classroom or other Learning Management System to assign differentiated tasks to each group

Instructional Strategies

Have students create their own map with text, images and videos in MyMaps.

Instructional Strategies

Consider using a resource such as an SOS card.

Instructional Strategies

Empathize with characters by going on a Google Lit Trip! Students can also create their own using Tour Builder

Instructional Strategies

Invite an expert from the field into your classroom Find someone in Skype in the Classroom or Nepris