Tag Archives: Keynote

How to Use Socrative or Nearpod “On the Fly”

When folks ask me about the impact having 1-to-1 iPads this year has made in my classroom, the very first thing I mention is the iPad’s power in the realm of formative assessment. When folks ask me about my planning … Continue reading

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Thatquiz.org: A Great (iPad-Friendly) Freebie for Skill Practice & Formative Assessment

This gem deserves a standing ovation!  Or, at the very least, its own dedicated blog post by yours truly.  Every time I have shared thatquiz.org with other teachers they: A) Have never heard of it B) Love it! Thatquiz.org is a simple website … Continue reading

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Nearpod, I Think I Love You

I used Nearpod presentations for several different lessons this week, and I think I’m in love!  (If you’ve never heard of Nearpod, check out their website for a brief description.) To create the presentations I didn’t have to start from scratch … Continue reading

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Simple But Good: Use a Keynote Slide To Annotate and “Zoom”!

Some days, simple is good.  Today was one of those days. My pre-algebra students have been learning about perfect squares and square roots.  After a quick perfect squares quiz today, I had a partial class period left to do a … Continue reading

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