Engaging Students with Google Slides Q&A

Are you looking for a way to have students submit questions during class and have the option for you to answer those questions at a particular time during your class session?  Google Slides Q&A is the perfect technology tool to accomplish this goal.  Google Slides Q&A allows your students to ask questions online at any …

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Google Keep – Another Great Tool from Google!

Over the years, several of the TeachingAndLearningToolbox blogs have highlighted some great Google tools for use in the classroom or to improve productivity.  Google Keep is another wonderful tool you can add to your Google Suite toolbox. Google Keep is a free, simple and effective productivity and collaboration tool for both students and instructors. If …

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Create Interactive, Engaging Presentations with Real-Time Feedback Using Mentimeter.

Markus and I have discussed several polling and assessment apps over the years including Socrative (February 2016), Kahoot (June 2016), Google Q&A (April 2018), Polleverywhere (September 2018), Sli.do (May 2019), GoSoapBox (September 2019) and Formative (November 2019).  If you are looking for something different that seamlessly combines interactive, engaging presentations with real-time feedback, consider Mentimeter.  …

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GoSoapBox to Enhance Classroom Engagement and Learning Assessment

Frequently, Markus and I are asked about the best technology to manage student Q&A’s during class.  In April 2018, we discussed Google Slides Q&A as a technology tool that allows students to ask questions as they occur while letting the instructor decide about the best time to answer those questions. This month we want to …

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Sli.do: A Student Engagement and Data Analysis Tool!

Over the years, Markus and I have been asked which technology tools let students present questions in real time while allowing the instructor to decide what questions to answer and when to answer them.  In April 2018, we presented one possible solution, Google Slides Q&A.  While Google Slides Q&A is a great tool, it is …

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2018 Year End Review

As our semester and 2018 come to a close, we feel that it is a great opportunity to reflect upon the fantastic technology tools and topics that we explored throughout the year.  A great resolution for 2019 is to integrate one of these tools into your classroom environment. Slack – https://teachingandlearningtoolbox.wordpress.com/2018/01/ Flipgrid – https://teachingandlearningtoolbox.wordpress.com/2018/02/ Microsoft …

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