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TimestampEmail AddressName of Website / ApplicationLink to Website / Application / VideoHow was this helpful for you?
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10/14/2020 8:55:54
ramsayw@staff.harker.org
Oyez Projecthttps://www.oyez.org/Helpful for students to hear oral arguments from past Supreme Courts & begin to understand the process a bit better.
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10/14/2020 9:10:09
paulinep@staff.harker.org
Wakelethttps://wakelet.com/Wakelet allows you to organize links to online content on a visually appealing page. Also, the interface is easy to use.
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10/14/2020 9:19:09andib@staff.harker.orgBaamboozle https://www.baamboozle.com/It is a fun website with premade educational games for kids - it's like a mix between jeopardy and quizizz but more of a group game. My kids love it!
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10/14/2020 9:28:54brianl@staff.harker.orgCrash Course Theaterhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEN8FZEKaNU&list=PL8dPuuaLjXtONXALkeh5uisZqrAcPKCee&index=1Bite sized videos of theater history, helps create context for historical development of Western theatrical conventions
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10/14/2020 10:06:55
marieln@staff.harker.org
Youtubehttps://www.youtube.com/c/UJUvideosGreat Brain Breaks!
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10/14/2020 10:07:20
marieln@staff.harker.org
Bamboozlehttps://www.baamboozle.com/Fun review games
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10/14/2020 10:34:40
michaelw2@staff.harker.org
Ed Puzzlehttp://www.edpuzzle.comFlipping the classroom experience helps me to formatively assess where my students are regarding review content. This is especially useful in math because we can work on exercises in class that were instructed on in the videos. This allows us to move through the content more quickly and allows me to support an misunderstandings that might exist with particular students in the class.
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10/14/2020 10:52:39
sarap2@staff.harker.org
Google for Ed Panel Discussion - Apps and Add-Ons Wakelethttps://wakelet.com/wake/SevQqZdZIZ_pYg_TdUCekExtremely!!!
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10/14/2020 11:00:45keric@staff.harker.orgBamboozlehttps://www.baamboozle.com/Very fun for reviewing concepts in a game format. Also, it is fun to play in joint homeroom/ advisory competitions. (EX: Disney trivia)
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10/14/2020 11:19:32
miriama@staff.harker.org
Suddenly Teaching Onlinehttps://suddenlyteaching.online/The author has lots of experience with remote teaching and has spent a lot of time trying out various methods. He also teaches to a population of students similar to ours at the Upper School. He avoids vague teacher-speak and talks about the issues that are really central to making it work. There are only three articles on the website, but they are all worth reading.
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10/14/2020 11:43:14
agnesp@staff.harker.org
Spaces (a Chrome extension)https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/spaces/cenkmofngpohdnkbjdpilgpmbiiljjim?hl=enTo manage my 4 "offices" : my 3 different levels + Harker General
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10/14/2020 11:53:32
kathyp2@staff.harker.org
KQED Mindshift: How Designing Accessible Curriculum For All Can Help Make Online Learning More Equitablehttps://www.kqed.org/mindshift/56205/how-designing-accessible-curriculum-for-all-can-help-make-online-learning-more-equitableKeeps DEI work at the center of curriculum (re)design when we're creating new lessons for remote.
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10/14/2020 11:54:29
kathyp2@staff.harker.org
KQED Mindshift: How Students Benefit from a School Reopening Plan Designed for Those at the Marginshttps://www.kqed.org/mindshift/56195/how-students-benefit-from-a-school-reopening-plan-designed-for-those-at-the-marginsKeeps DEI work at the center of re-imagining how school works in remote.
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10/14/2020 11:55:23
kathyp2@staff.harker.org
School Virtually: Educators DESIGN ENGAGING ONLINE LESSONS AND ACTIVITIEShttps://schoolvirtually.org/educators/useful UDL resources for remote
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10/14/2020 12:03:04
cyrusm@staff.harker.org
loom chrome plug inhttps://www.loom.com/10 times faster than screencastify...link to be able to watch video available within seconds...easy to make tutorials for students...and even make video grades and feedback you can share...explain something to a colleague on how to do an activity visually...once you try it you will never use any other quick video program again...
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10/14/2020 12:06:00
shelbyg@staff.harker.org
Google Forms tutorial on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4llNhYinuM&t=698sThis teacher presents Google Forms in a clear and easy fashion. Thanks! -Shelby
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10/14/2020 12:41:27
donnag@staff.harker.org
Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-art-historyFoundational part of the AP AH curriculum. Collaboration with SmartHistory has been terrific- dialogues and lessons with two prominent art historians. Videos, articles, links. We use it everyday
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10/14/2020 12:43:41
donnag@staff.harker.org
Artstorhttps://www.artstor.org/Outstanding database and LibGuide specific to AP Art History
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10/14/2020 12:49:17
gerrylouiser@staff.harker.org
AirTable Plannerhttps://airtable.com/I love this ( I am using the free option) - I can see visually what my projects are, add attachments, videos, links, timeframes, notes, supplies. I can modify each column as I see fit. I have not used all the tools yet. You can share with upto 5 people for the free version. My new best friend!
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10/14/2020 16:39:12
dianep@staff.harker.org
GoodNotes 5 +iPad + Apple Pencilhttps://apps.apple.com/us/app/goodnotes-5/id1444383602Bubet Tan told Mira V about it and she shared with me😊.
I explored it myself and have been so happy with it, particularly for math!
I created folders for each of my classes, can copy info from one to another, import images from photos of screenshots I take from our online book and other resources, etc.etc.
I use it daily for lessons, homework review, and any other things I need to share with my students. I often “discover” (or remember they exist😊) new features. My most recent discovery was the tracking light that allows me to guide the students to what I am reading or referring to without overwriting (which I was doing previously).
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10/14/2020 17:15:46carolg@staff.harker.orgHypothes.ishttps://web.hypothes.is/My AP Government students can participate in annotation discussions on PDFs and URLs
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10/14/2020 18:13:14
marinap@staff.harker.org
Google's Jamboard https://www.google.com/Super helpful for breakout rooms and for sharing their work afterward. Thank you to Scott Pflaumer for sharing this. It is quick to see their work while they are in breakout rooms, rather than the delay of visiting the rooms through Zoom. Then I can share to the whole class, quickly rather than wait for students to find out how to share their own screens. Also I can add comments to their work even after class is over. I can share lecture notes with them.
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10/15/2020 8:39:44
scottp2@staff.harker.org
Perusallhttps://www.perusall.com/Perusall is a collaborative reading platform. Textbook or pdf documents can be uploaded to Perusall for students to read. As students read they can (or be required to) add questions, comments, notes & answers to other students’ questions about the reading. The teacher decides reading groups, typically 3-6 students who can view the feedback their group members wrote. Perusall helps student’s activity read and it also provides the teacher with feedback about how much effort students put into the reading (sometimes I’ll see a regular kid who spent 30s on a 4 page reading!) & what parts were most confusing. Finally, Perusall includes an optional AI grading system which gauges student effort reasonably effectively.
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10/15/2020 9:01:41
kristenm@staff.harker.org
TeacherMadehttps://teachermade.com/It easily turns existing worksheets into interactive worksheets, complete with short answer, dropdown choices, autograding, etc.
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