Do you ever instruct your students to record readings from longer PDFs in Showbie? After receiving feedback that Showbie’s recording meter can sometimes get in the way of reading in Showbie, we created a workaround that involves using the app QuickVoice to record longer voice assessments that can then be uploaded into Showbie. Check it out!
It’s been proven that parent involvement in student work is helpful for their learning development. We talked to a teacher finding success using Parent Access strategically in her classroom, why it works, and how you can easily implement it yourself!
You already know about Showbie’s most powerful features, but what about some of the smaller details that help you better manage your classroom? This post looks at 3 ‘hidden’ features in Showbie that you might have overlooked.
April’s Showbie Shortcut focuses on changing your class code to ensure that only the students you want can join your class. This is especially effective if you’re transferring class materials (and only want new students of your choosing to access them), or if your class is being joined by outside students. The best part? It only takes seconds to do!
Here are the first two of five classroom tips from music teacher and Showbie guest blogger Chris Russell, including why he uses worksheets in Showbie and how he enables quick grading between his students.
This month’s Showbie Shortcut features a quick and easy hack that allows you to provide feedback on rubrics in Showbie while listening to voice notes — all at the same time!