I love learning new things each year from my students!
I received an e-mail this week from one of my co-workers sending out some information on more technology that we could use in the classroom.
When deciding when to use a website, I do take human filters into consideration. The main one that I use is Edmodo. Through this site, I joined several communities to keep updated on new sites and information on Science, Special Education and Professional Development.
I find that this human filter is the best and most informational. The other human filter that I rely on is Twitter.
Through some of my Instructional Media classes, I came to follow classmates and other professional and educational agencies. This is a quick method to get information quickly on my phone or computer. Lastly, the human filter that I use is co-workers. Like I mentioned before, I received an e-mail with a website.
If I receive something from a colleague, I completely trust their judgment. Although there are reviews online, I trust my human filters to offer their opinions. That Quiz The first site that I visited to review was one I had never heard of. The site can be found at the following address: I was drawn to this website because last year, I found out how much more my students enjoyed completing their work online as opposed to resorting to paper given assignments.
Below is a breakdown of the site. Upon entering the site, you are brought to a page that has a large break down of math quizzes: You will see a wide range of categories that coordinate with the math subjects.
Because there is such a great range for math quizzes, I feel that this website would be best in the math class. It does however have the following subjects as well: Vocabulary, Geography and Science.
This site is for teachers only. I did have to create an account and from that account, I can add subaccounts to create a class. As a teacher, I am able to create quizzes. I could browse questions from the site, or write my own. When creating quizzes, you decide all of the elements: The features that I like the best on this site are 1.
Students will know instantly whether they get the answer correct or not and 2. Students can correct their wrong answers. This site seems to be a very useful tool.
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