It is now possible to integrate any of your Google Keep lists into a Google Doc! Below I have attached a gif showing how to do this and this should be available for every Google Docs account: You can work alongside your Google Keep so if you have taken any notes from a meeting you … Continue reading Google Docs: Integrate your Google Keep
I really like this blog post by Ellie Townsend. Shows that even students have expectations of teaching and so they should.
This is a blog written by my current work experience student, Ellie Townsend. It is her first blog. Please read, share and comment! @ellietwnsnd
As a student, I think that the most important element in great teaching is a good relationship between student and teacher.
First impressions are key in forming a good relationship between student and teacher, and from the moment you meet a teacher a certain level of respect must be clear. A teacher must make their authority known; no student will respect or listen to a teacher if they think they can walk all over them.
Expectations of the students from the teacher play a big part in good teaching. If the teacher is expecting us students to behave badly, why would we do any different? We haven’t got anything to prove. For example, if a teacher was to say ‘if you do this, I…
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Boomerang Calendar is available on the Chrome Web Store and is able to be downloaded on any Chrome browser / device. My calendar gets busy pretty quickly (it runs in the team) so when I get meeting requests or have to decide a time to train Ts on Edtech, things can get messy. Good thing … Continue reading Boomerang for Google Calendar
Below I have attached a working template of a Student Progress Tracker that can be used when checking students achievements through the year and can be used to show students what they have and have not completed. Please feel free to download and use the Tracker - to save to your Google Drive, go to … Continue reading Student Progress Checker using Google Sheets + how to use
I will be the first person to admit it. My Gmail is a mess. Actually it was a mess. A mess of randomly starred emails, abandoned labels which I had given up on and emails which I knew were important, but after staring at them for long enough, I couldn't exactly pinpoint why.
Welcome to my Edtech blog - my name is Charlie, I am a Learning Technology Apprentice, one of two in our wonderful team BCoT Digital, ultimately in Further Education. My role includes training staff on G-Suite and Edtech resources and creating content and resources for staff to use within Teaching and Learning...