Directions to Create Your Own Distance Learning Resources

I have had the opportunity to use a number of digital resources both for in the classroom, for digital learning days, and for professional development sessions I have conducted. I thought I’d share a some video and written directions so that you can create your own!

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Google Forms – These are great for quick checks and exit tickets. I have put a Google Form for each day of learning this week. Some days they are quick Exit Tickets, Reviews, Vocabulary Previews, and for the summative assessments. You can also create Escape Rooms and Digital Breakouts once you get savvy with them! Click the image below to download from TPT! Or click the link below for the blog post with directions!

Click Here to view Directions for Making Google Forms on the Blog

Nearpod – This is a great tool for making direct instruction interactive through the teacher paced version. But the student paced version is perfect for Digital Learning as you can take your presentation and embed open-ended questions, polls, multiple choice questions, media and more! Click the image below to download from TPT! Or click the link below for the blog post with directions!

Click Here to view Directions for Making Nearpods on the Blog

I am also sharing as many of my digital Biology/Life Science resources that I can find in my arsenal at the Blog Post below so feel free to take and use whatever you want!!

Click Here for Digital Biology Resources

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1 thought on “Directions to Create Your Own Distance Learning Resources

  1. This is fantastic – thank you so much!

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