The basic functions of Google Drive and Google Classroom are only the starting point for the innovative and creative uses one can use in the classroom. Alice Keeler, my co-author in our upcoming book Ditch That Homework, proves that again and again. Alice is one of the only people I know personally who codes for […] print
Digital graphic organizers take students through the process of writing a compare and contrast paragraph. Compare and contrast characters, settings, and events using piece of literature. Perfect for paperless writing practice in the Google Classroom.
Easily integrate Google Classroom or Google Drive into your reading, library or technology time by having students create posters about book genres on Google Slides. 23 different genre graphic organizers are included - pick the ones that match your curriculum or assign them all! Students will type a definition of the genre, search for and add book covers as examples, and finally use Emojis to represent each genre.