Please make sure that you post how you plan to use the technology, not just listing the resource.
I am going to incorporate QR codes into my weebly for flipped stuff.
I plan to start using Kahoot in class. Thanks Mrs. Greeson for telling me about Plickers!
Another great thing about Plickers is the fact that it is FREE!! Student response systems are so expensive so I love it anytime an alternative can be found that is cheaper or flat out free!
I plan on using Kahoot as a way to fill in time at the end of class if my lesson plans fall short.
I'm a little late to the game with Remind, but I just set up an account to keep in touch with students and parents involved with the play. I love Kahoot. My students love it too. Now, I'm on to QR codes.
I love Remind as a parent. My 3rd grader's teacher at Coker uses this for all kinds of things (homework reminders, party reminders, etc.). My 2nd grader's teachers use Class DoJo which can be used to send parent messages as well as share behavior during the school day.
Love all of the ideas I see here! Please let me know if you need any additional help with any of these resources!!
I would like to try Thinglink with my AP and Honors students especially with important people (scientists, artists, writers, monarchs) from the Renaissance.
I like the idea of using the QR codes to link students to math problems. This may make them more engaged since they have to first scan the QR code to even see the math problem that it is linked to.
I experimented with Thinglink and Tellagami. I liked the concept of using Thinglink and QR codes to direct students to specific videos/presentations. This could help with differentiation when students are working at a different paces due to absences or skill level.
Nancy...Great idea and an engaging way to differentiate!
I plan on using nearpod to assess my students understanding of key signature and Italian musical terms
I plan to start using Kahoot because I spoke to some of my students after the meeting and they said that based on their prior use of it in other classes, it creates competitive, engaging learning opportunities. More than likely, will be used for quiz-show-type review activities.
I plan to use Kahoot to review for our next Unit Test. Also, Remind will help me communicate with my students and their parents more efficiently.
I plan to start using the QR codes to help students find websites for research. I usually end up having to help kids get onto the correct website and this would cut down on some of the down time I have to spend doing that when we are working with technology.
This is so exciting! I can't wait to see these activities in your classes! And don't forget to share your successes with your peers. Please let me know when you are trying something so I can come see :)
I plan to start using the QR codes to help students find websites for research. I also like Kahoot. I need to research it a little more but I can see me using it in class.
I plan to use Kahoot for test review
I will use DoJo for parent communication and vocaroo to help students with the pronunciation of difficult words.
I plan to use Nearpod for research.
I plan to use QR codes that have the answers to the problems my students are doing. I think this will keep students engaged if the problems were on the desks, and the QR coded answers were up on a wall so the students could get up and check answers.
I have already used Kahoot and Plickers in my classes, love both. I would really like to start using the QR codes so students can check their own work when they are done at home or in class.
Thank you all for taking the time to share!
I plan on using Kahoot as review game
I had the same thoughts as Delyn, using the Kahoot for reviewing.
Plan on using Kahoot for review & quick formative assessments.
I use Kahoot in class, which is fun if everyone participates. I am going to start using QR Codes for items I want to share with the class.
I think I would try using Tellagami for my students. Many of them are very shy, and when I have them do presentations in front of the class ( they recently did a web quest on Renaissance theatre and Shakespeare in preparation for reading Romeo and Juliet), they speak so softly no one (including myself) can hear the topic they researched and are presenting. Having another "person" speak for them without them actually having to get up in front would help them with their presentations, and then the whole class can hear what they are presenting on.
The vocaroo could be useful for recording directions, especially for those students who need directions given slowly and repetitively.
I've personally used Kahoot and QR codes and loved them! You have some very creative and specific ideas here that I know the students will enjoy:)
I am planning to try Thinglink and QR codes to direct my students to targeted websites to reinforce instruction.
Like other teachers mentioned, Kahoot! and Remind are great resources that I am currently using in the classroom. However, as for new uses, I think I am going to try to use Plickers for test and Milestone review as a game, and use data for students who need a little extra help.
I'll try Kahoot for module review.
I plan on using Kahoot to review for quizzes & maybe some summarizing activities. I enjoyed the time we spent with Dr. Terry.
Thanks for the opportunity!
I have done a little research on Nearpod and I think I going to have to rethink my plan. It has a 30 student limit and I have almost 50 in band class
I plan to try Tellagami with Spanish 3. I want them to record their own speech in Spanish and be able to play it back and assess their own pronunciation.
Brooke...that's a great idea! Please let me know how it works.
I want to use Kahoot. I spoke with some of my students and them seemed to like it and even liked setting it up themselves!
This is awesome!! I love the technology ideas.
Dana FordMCHS Curriculum Instruction Facilitator