Innovation, for its part, can refer to something new or to a change made to an existing product, idea, or field.
- Merriam Webster Dictionary
Context: I was stuck...
- Computing Systems
- Algorithms and Programming
- Networks and the Internet
- Data and Analysis
- Impacts of Computing
Learning is dynamic and should be able to flow across concepts as seamlessly as possible. I needed to find a more effective way that would allow learning to happen in this manner. I wanted my students to "flow" in and out of concepts and together create living, learning experiences that would grow with us throughout the year. At the end of the year, I want something "tangible" that we can look back to see how much we have grown in our understandings.
Google Classroom: More than a "Learning Management System"
I have been using Google Classroom to share learning resources with my students and have tinkered with creating "Topics" to better organize them.
While looking at the "Topics" I had created, I noticed they looked like "chapters" in a book so I decided to treat them as such:
Free At Last!
Bonus: At the end of the year, we will have a "complete book" filled with our learning journey that we can look back to!
Share Your Thoughts
Please comment and share your own experiences with using Google Classroom in new ways!
I would love to hear your ideas so I can improve upon this process!