If you are a Schoology LMS user, you have hopefully witnessed some of the magical things you can do within the program itself such as backchanneling, creating digital assignments, creating auto-grading tests and quizzes, tracking student work submissions, and so forth. But the true power of Schoology… is held in the ability to embed other content into it. Continue reading “The Power of the Schoology Embed Code”
As teachers, we think it’s the student’s job to be engaged in every lesson we teach. Listen to us lecture, take notes, and understand our every word. And we think that a well behaved student is an engaged student (and this couldn’t be any further from the truth). Being an 80’s kid myself, I think we have all seen what a behaved, yet unengaged student looks like, cue Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
I’m not going to discuss the reasons why you should be teaching using an LMS (here’s to hoping you already are). The benefits are endless. Instead, my goal is to break down a few of the different choices of Learning Management Systems, in order to find the best “bang for your buck”. I will be examining 3 that I feel have the most potential. With so many choices of programs to use, which one truly is deserving of the title MVP?