Grading Multi-Select Questions with Google Forms and Google Sheets

December 6, 2016 by OhioFi | Comments Off on Grading Multi-Select Questions with Google Forms and Google Sheets

multi06A multi-select question (a.k.a. multiple select question) asks the student to mark ALL of the correct options. Students receive points … Continue reading

September 20, 2015
by OhioFi
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How to Program Twitterbots as an Intro to Computer Science

madlibsThis lesson began with a quick discussion of Mad Libs. What are Mad Libs? How do you play Mad Libs? I was surprised to find that only about 5% of my middle… Continue reading

Coding Twitterbots with Middle School Students

September 10, 2015 by OhioFi | Comments Off on Coding Twitterbots with Middle School Students

giphy5My 7th and 8th grade Information Technology classes have been coding Twitterbots as an introduction to Javascript JSON programming. A botContinue reading

BYOD Music Class Using OhioFi Games

October 19, 2014 by OhioFi | Comments Off on BYOD Music Class Using OhioFi Games

byodThis photo shows a 4th grade student playing one of my Name That Note games. You can try these games too by visiting www.ohiofi.com/namethatnoteContinue reading

The Ascent, an interactive live-action performance installation

June 20, 2012 by OhioFi | Comments Off on The Ascent, an interactive live-action performance installation

The Ascent is a live-action performance installation that allows participants to levitate over 30 feet into the air through interactive… Continue reading

Applications for Video in the Music Classroom

April 19, 2012 by OhioFi | 1 Comment

In response to several students’ questions about why a music educator would need to record video, here are some examples of applications… Continue reading

Students, teachers and social networking

February 3, 2012 by OhioFi | Comments Off on Students, teachers and social networking

Source: Students, teachers and social networking – Schools of Thought – CNN.com Blogs.

Students, teachers and social networkingContinue reading