Google! Predominately for older children right?
I got my class of 5 and 6 year olds using is in maths! And it was so much fun. They loved being able to use computers and learn new skills. They could even remember the WALHT's for the lesson thats how engaged they were.
The children got to enter their vote on their devices, which then transformed into live data on our TV. It showed which ice-cream was the favourite, creating two graphs. We then spent lots of time talking about what the graphs represented and meant and the process in getting the information into the TV. They thought it was just magical!
Yes for my students, these was at a substitutional level on the SAMR model. But the engagement and interest in what they were asking, questionning and forming opinion/ideas about what we were doing was more than any other lesson I could have done in statistics.
The google sheet template was from the book Google Apps for Littles by Christine Pinto and Alice Keeler. Get the book here.
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