Create a PSA. After watching and discussing some online public service announcements (PSAs), help teens write their own script and film a PSA.
In this world of information overload, how do you tell if the information is true? Learn the ten questions we should ask ourselves before reposting.
Use Seesaw for Digital Portfolios: the easiest tools for an online portfolio and parent communication tool. Just create your using your Google account, add your student names and start posting.
Looking to get started with blogging in your classroom. Here are some resources to help.
Interested in connecting on Twitter? Here are some resources on how to get started for yourself or your class.
Using "The Best Part of Me" by Wendy Ewald, create a student book about their best qualities. Take it a step further by creating it in Google slides and using Screencastify to add audio, or use Book Creator.
Podcasting is a great way for students to demonstrate their knowledge and to showcase and develop their oral language. It is also a powerful way for them to make their thinking visible. The link to Edtechteacher provides you with some ideas and links to further explanations. Garageband is a great tool for creating podcasts.
Watch Grade 4 students demonstrate their knowledge of Canada through a greenscreen creation.