Excite students about skills practice without the need for quick clicks.
Step aside online gaming sites. Learn more about how you can use Google Sheets to create engaging, customized activities for your students!Create an activity today!
Self-checking activities allow students to take ownership of their learning by assessing their own understanding of the material. By using Google Sheets, students can complete activities online and receive instant feedback on their responses!
These activities also provide teachers with valuable insights into student progress and understanding. Teachers can monitor student responses in real-time, identify areas where students may be struggling, and adjust instruction accordingly. This data-driven approach to teaching ensures that every student receives the support they need to succeed – and have fun doing it!MY CLASS NEEDS THIS
When I’m not chasing after the Buch boys, or managing twenty-some 6th graders, you can find me working with spreadsheets as I chase my mission to get all students actively engaged in a digital world without the need for quick clicks. I’ve equipped countless teachers and teacher authors with the tools they need to confidently use Google Sheets in their classrooms, and now it’s your turn.WANT MY FULL STORY?
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So you can have it all! Engaging activities for your students (or TPT store) and the ability to binge your favorite Netflix series. Too good to be true?MY CLASS NEEDS THIS
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