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Benefits of blogging and giving voice to student writing. See how Seesaw and Kidblog work.
ePortfolios start in elementary school in 4th grade using Google Sites at Northwest ISD.
Spell Up. Speak to play and build up your English. www.chrome.com/spellup - Like a game. Has 3 levels.
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Directions for you and your students on how to mask an image in Docs or Slides.
Get a sneak peek at BrainPOP’s Make-a-Movie tool! Students make a movie of their understanding.
Students can create storybooks (fable, myth, or legend) with Google Slides and can come to life in an online book with engaging images, colors, fonts, and more. Students then export as PDF, or Screencast with recording. How to: http://www.erintegration.com/2015/07/09/create-share-digital-books-with-google-slides-for-free/ How to: http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2016/03/google-slides-storybooks.html
Students create fraction story problems on one Google Slide. Here is an example of what a class did, then students solved each other's problems. Could share with another class.
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