How much time do you spend grading quizzes and tests? Many teachers spend class time giving quizzes and then spend even more time outside of class grading them all. Moodle’s quiz system can save you from all of this.
Moodle quizzes make it easy to use educationally sound assessment strategies that would be too difficult to [...]
Google Docs is now known as Google Drive and gives you a single place to store, access, create, edit, and share documents, files, and folders of all types.
Google Docs is the web-based editors to create, edit, and share Google documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, and forms. These will all continue to work as they always have.
With the growing availability of digital resources it’s easy to get overwhelmed and not know where to start when planning a lesson. And if you’re overwhelmed it’s also likely that your students can be overwhelmed by all of the available resources, too.
Teachers now have access to Discovery Streaming, istation, YouTube, icurio (high school only), digital textbooks, [...]
Computers on the admin side of the BCBE network (teacher computers) can now access YouTube.com to view videos. Student computers do not have access to YouTube.com at any time.
There are many instructional videos on YouTube. Teachers can download the videos to use them in class.
The use of videos from YouTube must follow the BCBE [...]
Freemake Video Converter makes it easy to convert your video files to a variety of formats. It’s a completely free program with no ads or hidden costs.
Converting video files can be done in three simple steps:
Drag your video file into the program
Click on the format you want
Click the convert button
You can convert videos to [...]
As part of the Digital Renaissance, we’ve recently upgraded our learning management system to the latest version of Moodle. This new version of Moodle offers many advantages:
Faster, more reliable access – The old Moodle server has become slow as many more teachers and students are using it every day. The new service is hosted in [...]
Every weather website will help you figure out if it’s raining outside right now and how hot it is. WeatherSpark.com gives you that information but also has historical weather data and averages dating back to the late 1940s, laid out in charts, graphs, and averages. WeatherSpark is a website dedicated to making in-depth weather information [...]
Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) have been awarded to elementary teachers this year. The PAEMST Awards recognize outstanding K-12 teachers for their contributions in the classroom and to their profession. One of the finalists is Ashley McPhillips, a fifth grade teacher at J. Larry Newton.
Ashley is an eMINTS teacher and [...]
Registration is now open for the 3rd annual Gulf Regional Instructional Technology Conference (GRITC) on July 26 & 27 at Robertsdale Elementary School. This conference brings state and local presenters to Baldwin County teachers and administrators to provide professional development on a variety of technology integration topics.
Conference sessions include innovative technology integration ideas and content [...]
What do you know about the Gettysburg Address? Abraham Lincoln? Ulysses S. Grant? From 1861 to 1865, the War of the States created a significant amount of historical content in which we now share with students starting the day they attend school.
Learn360 and their longstanding content partner A&E Television Networks, bring you all the resources [...]