Educators Megan Ryder and Melissa Swallows share their 10 essential tips for how they use Showbie to enhance student assessment and learning. Click to find out their favourites!
Showbie Groups allows users to create groups for special events or conferences, helping attendees connect. When Showbie attends iPadpalooza and ISTE 2016 this year, we’ll have groups set up to help connect everyone! Read on to find out how you can participate in these groups – and why you should create your own!
Showbie 3.0 introduces Showbie Groups, a feature that allows any combination of teachers, students and parents to communicate and collaborate all within Showbie! Before posting more in-depth blog posts about how you can use groups, here is a brief overview of just some of the ways you can use it to your advantage.
After posting about the importance of Digital Citizenship in one school back in March 2016, we decided to delve deeper into what #digcit is by talking to its cofounders. What we found was a constantly evolving philosophy involving helping all citizens use technology an social media in safe, savvy and ethical ways.
Here’s a refreshed list of the top 10 teacher and trainer videos about Showbie to help you get started, learn useful tips, and get an thorough look at Showbie.
One of the biggest concerns with 1:1 device rollouts is the cost of replacing broken or damaged devices. After talking to many teachers, schools and districts about their experiences with device breakage, we have some great advice for how you can keep your device breakage low, and what device protectors you should equip them with.