We create, we share, we borrow, we modify, we teach.
I've been trying to be more tech savvy to work smarter and have more time for meaningful connections with students. One way I am accomplishing this goal is through use of google drive, google forms, google presentations and a host of other little tips and tricks that I share here weekly. (click those links for posts about how I'm incorporating each). I like using a lot of google products and services because they streamline together and for the most part my students have buy in to the google drive system for other areas of their lives so this becomes an academic way to use a tool already in their toolbox. Not only are these services easy to use for creating and sharing classroom materials, there is also a super handy trick found in the google templates! All you have to do is sign in to your google account, visit this templates page (or just search for google templates) and click to add to your drive and modify if necessary! There are tons of templates in the catalogue from google and from other users. You can browse by category, like "Students and Teachers", or search using keywords. Below are a couple of my favorites: