#105: How Can I Use Portfolios Without Losing My Sanity? [PART 3] - A Where Are They Now Math Mentoring Moment
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Today we bring back Carmen Sinatra from Richmond Hill Ontario for a 3rd time on the show. Carmen continues her chat with us about teaching during a pandemic both face-to-face and online!  

By sticking around you’ll hear us discuss two big struggles: how to use portfolios for assessments instead of tests without drowning, and how to manage giving out feedback so you can stay sane! 

This is another Where Are They Now Math Mentoring Moment episode where we talk with a member of the Math Moment Maker Community who is working through struggles and together we brainstorm possible next steps and strategies to overcome them. 

You’ll Learn: 

  • How to Use Portfolios for Assessment Without Drowning?
  • How to manage feedback in a reasonable amount of time. 

Carmen & her team’s Google Slide template for portfolios

Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics, K-12 [Book]

Peter Liljedahl Podcast Episodes [Episode 21 & Episode 98]

Standards Based Grading Gamified!

Assessment in Jon’s Math Class (Portfolios, tests, growth days, ect)

Make Math Moments Academy: Assessment For Growth Course

Teach Me, Teacher
Teach Me, Teacher
Teach Me, Teacher LLC
#194 Go the Extra Mile (CJ Reynolds pt.2)
Hello everyone! Educators DO A LOT to make sure kids get the content they need. They stay late to tutor. They craft lessons on the weekends and over breaks. They think and plan, and think and plan, and do it because it is all for the kids! One of my favorite educators modeling this right now is the wonderful CJ Reynolds, author of the fantastic book, Teach Your Class Off. In this episode we continue our talk about how CJ believes we should all be going the extra mile to build quality relationships with students, and meeting them where they are through their interests. We talk about why he loves pushing what is possible with students, and how doing something as simple as decorating your class to achieve a specific vibe might seem small, but could mean the world to your students. It's not enough to be good. We have to take the extra step to be great. It's for the kids!      This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their new book Connecting with Students Online by Jennifer Serravallo. This book’s been getting a lot of buzz because finally someone is getting down to the nitty gritty details of effective online teaching during an unprecedented crisis. Jen Serravallo keeps the focus on what teachers do best: build relationships with students that drive learning and progress. And she shows how to do it remotely. She offers 55 streamlined instructional strategies we can use right away. Everything from conferring to small groups to communicating with a child’s parents or caregivers. Like everything Jen writes, Connecting with Students Online is accessible and respectful of teacher’s time. It’s filled with ready-to-use suggestions, and you don’t need a school technologist to implement them. You’ll find something here to help everyone in your classroom grow, even if you can’t be with them in person. Best of all, Jen will donate a portion of the proceeds from this book to organizations that help children directly impacted by COVID-19. If you don’t have Jennifer Serravallo’s Connecting with Students Online, head over to Heinemann.com to read a sample chapter and find out what you’re missing. Or order yourself a copy. You’ll help yourself, your kids, and children struggling because of this this pandemic.
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Vicki Davis
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One of the most popular shows of 2018 was with Tom Mullaney on Google Jamboard so we've updated it for 2021! In this show, Tom shows us how teachers are using Google Jamboard, why it is so popular, and how you can use it to teach. Let's Jam! Sponsor: It’s a new year and time to plan your professional development with Advancement Courses. They offer over 280 online graduate-level PD courses in 20 subject areas. They are online and self-paced, so you can take them anywhere, any time with up to six months to complete. Receive graduate credit through CAEP and regionally accredited university partners or for continuing education units that meet your state requirements. And right now, you can save 20% off each course with the code COOL20 -- that’s just $120 per graduate credit hour or $160 for 50 clock hours. Go to advancementcourses.com/coolcat and use the coupon code COOL20. www.coolcatteacher.com/e716 Tom Mullaney - Bio As Submitted Tom Mullaney is a Digital Learning Integration Designer for the San Francisco Unified School District. Tom’s education experience includes Special Education, Social Studies, and educational technology coaching in New York, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. He is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and Trainer. Tom hosts the Sustainable Teaching Podcast where he interviews teachers about their careers and passions. Connect with him on Twitter, @TomEMullaney. Blog: https://tommullaney.com/
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055. Top 5 Organizational Tools You Need to be Using This Year!
One of the best parts of starting a new year is getting new supplies to help with our productivity. Well, it is no secret that we LOVE digital tools to help with productivity. Not only do you never have to worry about losing your things but you can have it everywhere you go without the bulk and weight of carrying physical items. We’ve narrowed down our TOP 5 favorite digital tools for you all in this episode. We share what the tool is, how we use it and how it can benefit you and your productivity. Now, keep in mind that we have been using these tools for several years. Start small and choose one tool to start with. As you become proficient and comfortable with using that tool then you can expand and begin including new tools. Make it a goal to use all 5 tools in 6 months and we know you will see a difference in your productivity and the weight of your bag! In this episode we share: * Our Digital Planner! * Google Calendar * Notes App * Google Drive * Email Folders - No link but can be accessed on any email service providerSUBSCRIBE & REVIEW Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. Click here to subscribe to iTunes! Now if you’re feeling extra loving, We would be really grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find our podcast and they’re also fun for us to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what is your favorite part of the podcast. Thank you!
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Google Teacher Podcast
Matt Miller and Kasey Bell - Education Podcast Network
Tips from Teachers - GTP125
Google News and Updates * Additional language support for live captions in Google Meet * Create and work with documents that contain multiple page orientations in Google Docs * Open Office attachments from Gmail in Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides with one click * Some Google Meet settings now “sticky” for Education users * Take a snowy stroll with Street View * Create a festive song with Blob Opera * 20 years of Year in Search Featured Content * Pam Hubler had a possible idea to answer a question in e124 using Wakelet to curate Google materials * Another possible answer to the same question from Stephanie Litz * Hello Matt and Kasey, * So thankful for your podcast, keep up the good work because your listeners appreciate it. * Regarding the question from Marcel (below), I found this resource that might be a good fit: * Cube For Teachers Website - Cube For Teachers is a place where educators search, share, and store links to free open educational K-12 resources, including lessons, activities, interactive games, teaching strategies, tech tips, videos, special education, subject-specific resources, and more. * Cube For Teachers - Chrome Web Store * @cubeforteachers Dr. Rebecca Kreider from Mt. Olivetownship school district, verbal feedback is 3x as effective. She recommends Mote. Ditch Summit tips: * Matt Miller: Mote Chrome extension for voice feedback. Use your dictation/voice typing command on a mobile device. * Esther Park: use unscreen.com to create a GIF from a short video clip * Paula Martinez from Slides Mania: The master is for teachers. Duplicate layouts in the master for different versions of pages. Click on the “Colors” button in the master for master colors. * Desiree Alexander: Make files available offline or downloadable so students won’t need internet access to complete at home. * How to Access Google Files Offline * Kasey: Google certifications, magnetic poetry, Google Drawings, making ebooks with Google Slides, the resources she shared in her session * How to Create Drag and Drop activities * Register for Ditch Summit, a FREE online conference for teachers available until January 8: DitchSummit.com On The Blogs * Matt * New book, Do More with Google Classroom, is available! * Check out the book companion website for resources * Ditch Summit: Free online conference for teachers, December 14 to January 8 * Kasey * 8 Reasons to Love Blended Learning with Google * EARLY BIRD Special! Buy Blended Learning with Google, get FREE Google Tips Training * Blended Learning with Google (on Amazon) * Google from A to Z (on Amazon)
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Strength Changes Everything
The Exercise Coach
Getting Strong Without Getting Bulky
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