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How To Add And Delete Questions To A Google Form

How To Add And Delete Questions To A Google Form by TeachThought Staff How do add and/or delete questions on a Google Form? It’s really quite simple. If you’re using a template, you can skip to Section 1.3 to edit your form. You can always come back here if you want to add or edit existing questions. […]
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15 Of The Best Ways To Share Large Files

15 Of The Best Ways To Share Large Files by TeachThought Staff As a 21st century teacher, you probably need to share stuff and have stuff shared with. “Stuff” like pdfs, various word processing documents, video files, and other digital fare. The traditional way to do this has been through emailing, but limits here–including speed, […]
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How To Add Materials To An Assignment In Google Classroom

How To Add Materials To An Assignment In Google Classroom by TeachThought Staff Adding materials to assignments in Google Classroom is simple–basically navigating to the Assignments page, clicking the paperclip icon, then choosing the source of the file from the dropdown menu.

How I Helped My Students Assess Their Own Writing

How I Helped My Students Assess Their Own Writing contributed by Peg Grafwallner, M.Ed.

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How Do You Improve As A Teacher? A Little Bit Every Day

  How Do You Improve As A Teacher? A Little Bit Every Day by Terry Heick Your work as a teacher is a journey. And it is very much still work, but the metaphor of a journey may be a more accurate representation of its character than reducing to ‘work’ and ‘effort.’ Let me explain. […]
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10 Strategies To Make Learning Feel More Like A Game

10 Strategies To Make Learning Feel More Like A Game by TeachThought Staff We’ve talked about gamification quite a bit, which is different than game-based learning, if you’ll recall. (The definition of gamification is the application of game-like mechanics to non-game entities to encourage a specific behavior.) Making your classroom work like a game may not be […]

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