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36. Collaborative Global Projects with Google Tour Builder

Collaborative Cross-Curricular Global Projects: Virtual Trips for Time Travelers TESOL International Convention, March 29th, Chicago   This is my Google Slide Presentation delivered at the TESOL International Convention, Chicago, on March 29th, 2018 (workshop format): https://goo.gl/q1mU9z Collaborative Cross-Curricular Global Projects_ Virtual … Continue reading

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35. Best EAL / ELLs Strategies

  This blog post contains a plethora of EAL/ELLs strategies that can help you deliver meaningful and exciting lessons and would help your students learn faster. Remember that the key is using participatory/interactive learning strategies!   1. EAL Strategies Presentation: … Continue reading

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34. Critical Thinking & Higher Level Thinking

  It’s been a while since my last post! Here I am, publishing again on Techie Teachers’ Tricks, from Qatar, Middle East! I curated the best resources on critical thinking and higher level thinking and published them for all educators … Continue reading

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33. Global Project Opportunity

Hello global collaborators, The Time Train project starts in 2 weeks! Want to join? I was wondering if any teachers from other countries (other than the U.S. because we already have schools from several US States) would be interested in joining … Continue reading

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32. Google Expeditions- Emerging Technology

Google Expeditions is amazing! I learned about it this summer at the ISTE conference in Denver, Colorado, a conference that over 19,000 of people attended. In this post. I am sharing a Google Expedition presentation. This can be used as … Continue reading

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31. QR Codes Increase Productivity- 15 Uses and Step by Step Tutorials

I am very excited to share the resources I created for a presentation I delivered at the Teaching and Learning Forum, Doha, Qatar, 2016 on Saturday, April 30th, 2016, titled Using QR Codes to Increase Productivity in the Classroom. Part 1: 15 … Continue reading

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30. Brain Breaks with Go Noodle Tutorial

  Hello friends, I have created the following tutorial a while back and even though I haven’t shared it on my website yet, it has quite a few views on YouTube. So, here it goes! I love brain breaks, and you … Continue reading

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29. Google Forms (part 1)

29. GOOGLE FORMS  (part 1)   Google Forms is a great tool for creating surveys, polls, or quizzes. It can have a great formative value in the classroom when used strategically. By watching the tutorial below, you will learn lots of … Continue reading

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28. Young Readers and Writers

28. Young Readers and Writers Agenda: I. iPad Applications II. Web-Based Instructional Technology Tools and Resources   Age range: 4 to 6 for the first 3 screenshots                   2 to 4 for … Continue reading

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27. Favorite 3 Google Chrome Extensions

27. Favorite 3 Google Chrome Extensions These 3 tools are diamonds in a sea of instructional technology tools. 1. Draftback 2.Grammarly 3. Read and Write for Google 1. DRAFTBACK Draftback is a MUST HAVE Google Chrome extension. I absolutely love … Continue reading

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26. Audio QR Codes. Making Paper Talk!

26. Audio QR Codes. Making Paper Talk! Agenda: 1. Why Audio QR Codes are so Much Fun. Fun Ways for Using Audio QR Codes 2. How to Create Audio QR Codes 3. Four Essential Tools to Bookmark 4. HOW TO Step … Continue reading

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25. QR Codes Increase Productivity

25. QR Codes Increase Productivity Blog Post Agenda: 1. What are QR Codes? 2.Techie Teachers’ Tricks for Using QR Codes 3. Examples of QR Codes 1. What are QR Codes QR is the abbreviation for Quick Response. QR codes are two-dimensional … Continue reading

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24. Creating a Google Site

CREATING A GOOGLE SITE Blog Post Agenda: 1. What is a Google Site? 2. Techie Teachers’ Tricks for Creating a Google Site 3. End-of-Blog-Post Bonus (Google Search Education) 1. What is a Google Site? Google Sites is a great tool … Continue reading

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23. Powtoon Animated Presentations

PowToon Animated Presentations Blog Post Agenda: 1. What is PowToon? 2. Techie Teachers’ Tricks for Using PowToon 3. End-of-Blog-Post Bonus (Digital storytelling tools and apps) 1. What is PowToon? PowToon is a free animated presentation tool. It can be used … Continue reading

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22. My 10 Must-Have Free Tools to Start the Year

MY 10 MUST-HAVE FREE TOOLS TO START THE YEAR Summer went by so fast! Faster than other summers! I guess because it was my first free summer in many years. While spending the summer on three continents it was hard … Continue reading

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