How accessible are the directions and the unwritten rules of your classroom? Sometimes we teachers (myself included) can forget that just figuring out WHAT TO DO is just has hard as how to accomplish it.
Big shout out to the PPS team that I was working with to come up with this nifty little workflow hack. Problem: Trying to track individual IEP goals can be daunting. Solution, a simple blend of bookmarks and G-Suite forms to save the day. Considerations: Only case worker owns all data from forms/sheets.
P.S. All names are demos, my cats and dog are happy to finally be used in a screencast.
Take a listen to the newest episode with Trevor MacKenzie as we discuss the Inquiry process for students. This interview was so enlightening for me and drove my thinking to a much deeper place of respect and wonder at the student discover process. I hope you hearing from Trevor as much as I did and begin to think about how this may have a place in your classroom.
Correction- Heidi Bernasconi is from Clarkstown High School North, not South. She is an excellent resource for 20time applications in the class and in general regional rock-star.
I am a technology leader, professional developer, teacher, parent and proud owner of an IEP. Let's talk about some fabulous learning experiences.