Favorite Schoology Hacks

Here are some of my favorite Schoology hacks from Bradley Kemp and Adam Larson around course design, student learning, and workflow efficiency. Course Design Dynamic Profile Pictures. This ONLY applies to unofficial courses, profile pictures, and groups (remember to keep your course picture as the period number). Upload long pic if you want to push the landing … Continue reading Favorite Schoology Hacks

Google Drive Assignment Feedback in Schoology

Narrated and recorded by Molleen Dominguez Using the new Google Drive Assignments in Schoology, Molleen Dominguez of the Religion Department shares best practices of what she has learned about providing efficient digital feedback. Here's how you can create Google Drive assignments in Schoology. 0:00-0:15 | How to grade with rubrics with Schoology-Drive Assignments 0:15-1:53 | Schoology/PowerSchool … Continue reading Google Drive Assignment Feedback in Schoology

How to View as a Student in Schoology

Created by Thien Pham When it comes to submitting homework assignments, viewing hidden folders, or accessing documents based on completion rules, it can be unclear what a student's view looks like in comparison to what you (as a teacher) sees. Check out this quick tip from Mr. Pham on how to look at Schoology from … Continue reading How to View as a Student in Schoology

Two Birds, One Stone: “Today In…” on Schoology

Here's how I (Molleen Dominguez) try to make the "Today In..." entry count in many ways by posting it on Schoology AND copying it in an email to absent students. Have a workflow or quick tip that you'd like to share? Click here!

How Participation Increased from 4 to 140

For the last year, I had been working my butt off trying to get students to participate in tech training sessions that I'd spend hours preparing and advertising for - only to have about 7 people sign up and only 2-4 people attend each time (one of which was Gavin, my boss).