30 Ways to Use Amazon Echo Dot in the Classroom

  1. Susie Goneau says:

    Could you please share your checklist for the Echo? I can’t seem to access it with the link.

  2. Nicole Diemel says:

    Do you have a link to the alexa checklist? I am unable to get the checklist. Thank you!

  3. D says:

    The checklist link is still not working, it takes you to a dead page.

  4. Tana Herrig says:

    I can’t find the checklist. Is it still available?

    • Kayse says:

      Good morning Tana,
      All you have to do is click the link and fill in your email. The checklist will go straight to your inbox. I hope this helps.

  5. Casey says:

    It goes through to TpT site but is still inaccessible.

    • Kayse says:

      Hey Casey, once you click the link you’ll be prompted to enter your email. The checklist will be sent to your inbox. Hope this helps!

  6. Starla Burkhart says:

    I got the list, but how do you do the things you listed?

  7. Maureen says:

    Great video! Would love your checklist!

  8. Tara says:

    I cant locate the checklist from the link or your TpT.

    • Kayse says:

      Hey Tara! You should have received an email after filling out the form. Once you click “get checklist” it’ll email it to your inbox. 🙂

    • Kayse says:

      Hey Tara! Check your inbox and confirm your subscription. It will arrive then! Check your spam folder too. Hope that helps.

  9. Natasha says:

    Hey! My district has some concerns about us using these in the classroom regarding student privacy. Did you deal with this at all? How did you handle it?

  10. Wendy says:

    The link to download the list is not working.

  11. Sarah Anne Kendrick says:

    Today is my first day with an Echo Dot in my classroom….I teach kindergarten. This tool is amazing. We spent almost an hour teaching the students how to wake it up and speaking clearly enough to be recognized. Then it occurred to me. I created a new list called Tattletales.

    I taught them how to add a tattletale to the list and I’ll look them over at night. What a help.

  12. Kim says:

    Do you know how it would work with the Alexa app to have an Echo at home and at school? I don’t want to link the two speakers, but it would be based off the app on the same iPhone… Thanks!

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