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Teachers helping Teachers

Mr. Cody Andrews, a teacher and coach at HHS, shares how to set up and use an EdPuzzle account in this tutorial. What makes Edpuzzle unique is its assessment feature that tracks student progress, making it easy for teachers to differentiate their instruction. It's also the perfect platform to empower students with self-paced learning for all subjects and grade levels.
 
Are you new to Google Apps for Education? Or maybe just a little overwhelmed by them? High school Assistant Principal Mr. Gregory has compiled some helpful tips and tutorials for you!
 
Thanks to Mrs. Pam Baird for her TechFest20 session entitled "Engage the Anxious Learner"! Let's face it. Most of us are facing a bit of anxiety in our world right now. Take a look at some tips to lessen the anxiety and heighten engagement!
 
Mrs. Kristina Parr, a teacher at HMS, shares a plethora of Google tips and tricks in this presentation.  From hints of ways to make Google work harder for you to the many tricks that Google can do for you- this presentation has it all!
 
Ms. Paula Gorley, an HES teacher, shares some insight on the features of Nearpod. Boost student participation with collaborative activities and formative assessments like Virtual Reality, Polls, Collaborate Boards, and game-based quizzes. Get student insights in real-time and in post-session reports.
 
Mrs. Miranda Clifton shares some cool features in Microsoft 365 in this presentation.
 
Miranda Clifton shares the free Canva website with tips on how to engage your learners with digital graphics and design.