Using Google Blogger is not only a great way to reflect on your practice but it also offers an efficient way to align samples of your practice with the Teaching Standards. I have seen many teacher blogs which are done on Google Slides or Sites but the awesome thing about Blogger is that you can label your evidence with the Teaching Standards.
FREE STUFF! Free stuff that’s useful! Even better! Google Chrome Extensions are tools that you can add to your toolbar. There are thousands out there, but this blog post will tell you about five that I found extremely useful in my classroom practice. If you haven’t been using extensions yet, this is a great place to start.
A look at three educational buzzwords that should lose their buzz (one is a little controversial) as well as what is buzzing in 2015 and what your school can do to stay current and not get caught up in all the buzz.
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