How can teachers use Revision History in Google Docs / Slides / Sheets to improve teaching and learning? This article gives overview of how the tool works, followed by six awesome ideas on how you can put this to use in your classroom.
Need an exit card for next lesson? Ask students to summarise the lesson, a topic or concept with a drawing from AutoDraw. (No talent required - Autodraw predicts what you are drawing and offers beautifully designed alternate graphics, it is very cool!)
Need a starter activity for your next lesson? Try writing one of these questions on the board and get students to respond!
Want students to self assess the "Thinking about Thinking" element of the Critical Thinking Continuum? Try using the "I used to think... but now I think" visible thinking routine to allow students to reflect on their thinking and assess which level they are on the continuum.