Jan 29, 2018
The sidebar now gives you access to a library of templates created by educators to support learning objectives typically found at the beginning, middle and end of a class. Here you will find bell ringers, checks for understanding, exit tickets, and more. Simply drop one of these templates into your slide for instant engagement.
Beginning: Bell Ringer Example
Middle: Labeling Diagrams Example
End: Explain the Lesson Example5 Interactive Question Types in Pear Deck
You have 5 options for how students can respond to your question. They can respond with:
StackUp (stackup.net) -- Gather data on what you read. Stackup categorizes it and displays it, letting students see their reading stats. It adds some competition with challenges, where classes can see who can rack up the most hours of reading in a specific category. “The Fitbit of the Internet.”
Screencastify (screencastify.com) -- Record your screen, webcam or both in the Google Chrome browser. Save directly to Google Drive or YouTube. When you save to Drive, students can turn work in easily through Google Classroom.
Use the code TRIBE at checkout when purchasing a premium account to receive 25% off. (Neither Matt nor Kasey receives any compensation if you use this code.)
Hey @jmattmiller & @ShakeUpLearning - LOVED the podcast on Google Hangouts! Have y'all heard of @EBTSOYP ? Free Google Hangouts for classrooms that connect Ss with explorers and scientists ALL OVER THE WORLD. Worth checking out!!! #gttribe #educ8bisd— Heather D. Sanders (@koolteecha) January 18, 2018
Lisa Guardino (CA), shared Tribe-inspired weather lesson (Extreme Weather Choose Your Own Adventure) via SpeakPipe.