Martin Willis introduced Maths Concept Books to give students the time and space to demonstrate their knowledge, and highlight errors in their own understanding, rather than simply moving on to the next concept.
Across subject areas and grade levels, all teachers want their students to develop the critical thinking skills—problem solving, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. The challenge is how.
Do you ever think about printing the books you make? This teacher did and got some great results with his collaborative book!
We’ve teamed up with Adobe Spark to make it simple to share your Video, Page and Post creations to Book Creator. Our latest update also includes Clever integration and a much-requested feature.
You asked, we listened! You can now add a co-teacher to your library in Book Creator for Chrome, giving them the same control over the library as you.
On 20 September 2018 we completed our most ambitious project ever – 26.2 hours of collaborative book creation on Twitter!
A new ebook from Monica Burns, with 15 tips for using Book Creator to check for understanding in the classroom.
We’re really pleased to announce that Book Creator is now an official Google for Education partner. Do you know about all the ways in which Book Creator integrates with Google?
YouTube videos, Google Docs, creations from other apps – you name it. With our latest update you can bring all of this content into Book Creator for iPad or Chrome. Let the App Smashing commence!
This post continues our series on the 6Cs of education. How can Book Creator help foster a spirit of imagination, problem solving and creativity in the classroom?
In this free ebook, Paul Hamilton draws from his experience as a classroom teacher to present 9 fantastic ideas for fostering deeper thinking and analysis in students.