Teachers and administrators can invite parents/guardians to sign up for email summaries to keep up with their students. Guardians can choose how often to get a summary—daily or weekly—and can unsubscribe at any time.
Summaries include a student’s missing or upcoming work as well as new announcements and questions posted by teachers in the class stream.
Here is an update that is sure to make a lot of teachers happy for the upcoming school year.
As teachers have been moving to Google Apps, they been adopting Forms as well for assessments for, as and of learning. Allowing to have forms grade assessments in a recent update this spring was a step in the right direction and I’m sure that Google has been listening, however, not being able to tie in images to both the question as well as in the answer choices was that last missing piece of the puzzle.
Charts help you display data in a visually compelling way.
At work, the same chart may be used across multiple documents and presentations, to help you better convey your message and strengthen your argument. If that chart changes, it can be tedious and time-consuming to replace it in each and every file.
To save you valuable time, we’re now making it possible to update your chart with a single click—without ever needing to leave your document or presentation.
GafeHelp.ca would like to introduce a new resource for grade 9 math students (and teachers).
We have taken the multiple choice questions from previous EQAO booklets to create questions sets for students to practice in a digital way, on a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
The goal for GafeHelp is to add more booklets from previous years broken into four parts. The short assessments also provides students a summary at the end of each section of how they did, as well as the option to retry as well.
More questions will be added in the next few weeks.