Classroom Management

22 Courses
  • Google Tone

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Jason Cross

    Google Tone is a unique way to have computers talk to one another using audio. This is a fantastic way to help students navigate to complex URL's in your classroom without writing them on the board or using a QR Code.

     

  • Too Noisy!

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Mindy Branson

    Too Noisy is an iPad app designed to be a virtual meter that helps teachers monitor and control classroom noise levels. If classroom noise exceeds the acceptable level the app noise level meter indicates it’s TOO NOISY.

     

  • Decide Now!

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Mindy Branson

    Decide Now! is a random decision making app for your iPhone or iPad. In the classroom this app can be used to randomly choose students, to give options for spending your free time, or what to do when I’m done. Super simple and fun to use.

     

  • Class Dojo

    Estimated Time: 2 Hours  |  Created By: Camille Cole

    Class Dojo is a classroom management application that helps teachers create a fun classroom environment while also reinforcing positive classroom behaviors. Class Dojo can be used on any computer that has access to the Internet, and any device that can download the Class Dojo app. This tutorial will focus on the Internet browser version. Classroom management can now be reinforced at any time during the school day, and from anywhere.

     

  • Class Dojo (Mobile App)

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour  |  Created By: Camille Cole

    Class Dojo is a classroom management application that helps teachers create a fun classroom environment while also reinforcing positive classroom behaviors. Class Dojo can be used on any computer that has access to the Internet, and any device that can download the Class Dojo app. This tutorial will focus on the app version for iOS and Android. Classroom management can now be reinforced at any time during the school day, and from anywhere.

     

  • QR Codes in the Classroom

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Mindy Branson

    A QR code (quick response code) is a type of scannable barcode that allows quick access to information. In the classroom a teacher can create a QR code to share with students in order to provide quick links to a variety of resources.

     

  • Bitly

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Mindy Branson

    Bit.ly is a URL shortener that can make it easy for you to shorten URL addresses as well as create custom links to your content. Bit.ly can do also track the stats of clicks and saves on your link. Bit.ly is a free service that is browser based which can also be installed as an extension to your browser.

     

  • Wunderlist

    Estimated Time: 2 Hours  |  Created By: Jared Fawson

    Wunderlist is a fantastic tool that allows you to be more productive, collaborate with others, organize ideas, and create checklists. It can help students prioritize, share, and be reminded of upcoming work. It is web based so you can access your lists with an internet connection. If you want the one tool to help you and your students be more organized and productive then Wunderlist is for you.

     

  • Evernote (Web App)

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour  |  Created By: Michael Hakkarinen

    Evernote.com is a free web application for taking notes, uploading files and images, and sharing information online. Evernote is also available as a mobile app for SmartPhones and various tablets. Mac users also have the option to install the Evernote app for Mac onto their computers. Evernote will then allow a user to access all of their uploaded and Evernote created content on any device thanks to a fast sync with the Evernote server. This makes note taking in the cloud simple and easy.

     

  • GoGuardian for Teachers

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Stacci Barganz

    Go Guardian is a paid service that connects with Google Apps and lets teachers monitor what their students are doing on Chromebooks. It is an online program, available for any operating system.

     

  • Custom Class Alerts

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Clarissa Draper

    Timers are great signals to end a task and start something new. Visual timers allow those watching it to manage their time and prepare for the change. Customized ringtones allow those listening to receive instruction of what to do next. This course will teach you how to create customized ringtones for custom class alerts to give instructions, forewarn of time ending, or simply be creative.

     

  • Pearltrees

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour  |  Created By: Josh Stott

    Pearltrees is a free tool you can use anywhere you have internet access. It’s a very simple way to collect and organize digital information. Easily share collections of websites, videos, photos, or documents with students or other teachers.

     

  • GoNoodle

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Clarissa Draper

    GoNoodle is a free, internet based program that gets you and your kids moving, learning, and laughing. Select short videos to target dancing, relaxing, exercising, positive thinking, etc. GoNoodle Plus is a paid subscription to more curriculum rich videos as well as customizable “My Questions.”

     

  • Evernote for iOS

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour  |  Created By: Michael Hakkarinen

    Evernote.com is a free web application for taking notes, uploading files and images, and sharing information online. Evernote is also available as a mobile app for SmartPhones and various tablets. Mac users also have the option to install the Evernote app for Mac onto their computers. Evernote will then allow a user to access all of their uploaded and Evernote created content on any device thanks to a fast sync with the Evernote server. This makes note taking in the cloud simple and easy.

     

  • Name Selector

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Angela Bovee

    Name Selector is a paid app for mobile apple devices. Name selector can be used for classroom management as well as a fun way to review skills in the classroom. This app lets you choose different themes or backgrounds to use when randomly selecting a name or a skill. You also have the option to create your own background theme. This app allows you to create groups/classes of students or lists of skills you want to review.

     

  • Thrively

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour  |  Created By: Jessica Schouweiler

    Thrively is a platform that assess student’s inner genius and helps discover their strengths and weaknesses. Thrively provides an outlet for pathway exploration through games.

     

  • Pick Me!

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Clarissa Draper

    Pick Me! is a paid Apple app that allows you create a class with a list of your students, select students, and grade student responses as correct or incorrect. It costs $1.99.

     

  • All Here

    Estimated Time: 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Clarissa Draper

    All Here! is an apple app that allows you create a class with a list of your students, mark and view attendance, and play a memory game to learn more about students.

     

  • Classcraft

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes  |  Created By: Jessica Schouweiler

    Classcraft is a behavior management system for teachers that is engaging and creates a digital role-playing game for the classroom.

     

  • Planbook.com

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour  |  Created By: Ashley Mcbride

    Planbook.com is a web-based teacher planner. This course will help you set up and begin using your Planbook web application and mobile apps.

     

  • Doctopus and Goobric

    Estimated Time: 2 Hours  |  Created By: Ashley McBride

    Doctopus and Goobric are two Google add-ons that are used together to help streamline grading. Teachers create a roster either from scratch or by linking with their Google Classroom. When an assignment is attached to a Doctopus sheet, teachers can create a rubric that can be viewed while reading the digital version of the document. A few clicks later, the teacher can email the students their feedback.

     

  • Tracking Student Progress, Behavior, and Teacher Evaluation with AutoCrat and DocAppender

    Estimated Time: 1 Hour  |  Created By: Nicholas Keith

    This course will teach viewers how to use DocAppender and Autocrat in seven different projects to streamline data collection and administrative tasks.