If you are a common windows computer user, then there are some simple shortcut keys that you should know about to help improve your workflow. I have made a slideshow that will nicely print out on to 8.5 x 11 paper that can be laminated and displayed in your classroom as well! Please feel free to make your own copy, but please do NOT share with other teachers. Please re-direct them to this post.
Try using this Amazon basics Thermal Laminator for under $20 if you wish to display these as posters in your classroom.
Click the image below to access the Windows Shortcut Keys Google Slides file.
These are the huge "push" in my school district this school year for teachers of ALL grade levels and ALL subject areas ... previously we had Essential Questions, then we had Statements of Inquiry, and now we have CLT's. I have started creating CLT's for my Computer Tech class, and I wanted to share them with you! I will be adding to these as the year progresses. Please click the image below to make your OWN EDITABLE COPY in Google Slides. 😊
Student E-Portfolios created with Google Sites!
Student E-Portfolios created with Google Sites with an emphasis on the IB Design cycle
Hayley Wood is a middle school computer technology teacher specializing in innovative activities and Google Apps for Education.