5 More Tips For Bringing PebbleGo To Your Library and School This Year!
With Capstone Community, and my blog, kicking off last week, I have been sharing lots of ideas for using PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next in your library and school this year. In my previous post, I gave you my first 5 tips for creative and meaningful ways to bring the wonderful resources of PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next to your library and school this year. Here are tips 6-10....
6. In #5, we talked about creating a scavenger hunt to familiarize your students and teachers with the tools. You could use PebbleGo to develop a PebbleGo Question of the Day or Week too! It could be as simple as sharing one question during morning announcements over the intercom or on paper. Students could have the first 5 minutes to research it individually or as a class. Or you could even make a PebbleGo Question of the Week Poster and place these around the school, library and even on the school buses. You can add a QR code that takes them directly to PebbleGo or PebbleGo Next when scanned making it very easy to do their research on the go...even in between classes or before school. This would be a fun activity for those weather days with early dismissal or late start.
And did you know, there is also a PebbleGo Question of the Day online too? These can be found at the bottom of the home page and answered as many times as they want to throughout the day. The poll results are updated hourly.
To read number 7 and the rest of these ideas, please visit this post and my blog here.
Every day I learn from others sharing and discovering more ways to use PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next.