Turning in Digital Work

Description: How can students turn in digital work to teachers, whether students are using iPads or laptops as their computing devices. In this hands-on workshop, teachers will learn how to setup and use Google Classroom and/or SeeSaw (both free) as workshop participants to turn in various kinds of digital work. In addition, teachers will learn how to setup and use a YouTube channel (free) to publish videos for flipping classroom lessons or providing "blended" learning opportunities for students using videos.
September 21, 2015 links:
  1. Intro Photo & referenced @TEDradioHour podcasts: Screentime Part 1 & Screentime Part 2
  2. Listen to our Radio Show created with Opinion!
  3. Elementary Teachers: Add Your Thoughts About Radio Shows
  4. Secondary Teachers: Add Your Thoughts About Google Drive

Access this webpage:

Either use this link: wfryer.me/dwork

or this QR code: http://wiki.wesfryer.com/Home/handouts/digitalwork

iPad Apps for Today

  1. i-Nigma (free) - QR code scanner
  2. Secondary: Google Classroom
  3. Elementary: SeeSaw
  4. Opinion (free for up to 10 minute radio shows, $4 for unlimited length)
  5. Voice Record Pro (free)
  6. YouTube Capture (free)

Why Digital Work?

Increase the QUANTITY and QUALITY of feedback you provide to students as a teacher!

Larry Moore on Using Video with Google Classroom

Shelly Fryer on Sharing Student Work

Shelly Fryer's classroom website: classroom.shellyfryer.com

Creating to Learn: Cultivating 21st Century Skills ‎(September 2015)‎

What Kinds of Digital Projects?


How to Create a Paper Slide Video

Introduction to Google Classroom

Introduction to SeeSaw: The Learning Journal

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_DmA9dYO4RE3xyzDVE6jsgAXLKM6Uep3aCpZO46JS98/viewform?usp=send_formElementary Teacher Workshop Participants: Please submit this Google Form to share your name with Wes!

Overview of SeeSaw

In today's workshop you will log in as STUDENTS using the QR Code below:

The SeeSaw Help Center provides a variety of tutorial videos & other helping info.


More Resources

Creative Commons License
These materials by Wesley A. Fryer are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Contact details for Wesley are available.

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