Come On, Get Appy!

Where digital goodness meets the Common Core is the tagline. This blog is dedicated to highlighting iPad apps and other tools that can be used to address Common Core State Standards.

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3 Simple Steps to Go from Book Creator App > Drive > Different iPad

I’m really excited about the new publish feature that is available in Book Creator App, but I recognize that not everyone wants to publish their […]

Virtual Field Trips on your iPad with Google Expeditions

Google Expeditions are an amazing way to take students to far away places and have them feel like they are really there. When they first […]

Save Time! Use Keyboard Shortcuts on the iPad

One technology integration issue I hear about often from teachers is the amount of time it takes for students to get logged into a website or […]

Record Student Thinking with @RecapThat

I learned about Recap, an app that allows students to record video answers to questions the teacher asks, when a colleague of mine requested that […]

Spark Student Creativity with @AdobeSpark Post

We’ve all seen print ads containing beautiful images with visually appealing text, right? A cool poster advertising a sale? A quote by someone famous or not-so-famous? Of course […]

Fun with @Ozobot Olympics in #lhcsd

This summer I made it my mission to bring computer science to the students and teachers involved with our Summer Academy. The theme of the […]

Tips for Non-Linear Presentations in Google Slides

Choose Your Own Adventure stories are a fun way to engage young readers.  Using Google Slides, students are able to author their own Choose Your […]

Awww, Breakout! with #BreakoutEDU

BreakoutEDU Creators James Sanders (@jamestsanders) and Mark Hammons (@mhammons) state that it’s time for something different in education. I couldn’t agree more. Throughout this school year, […]

Hyperlinks! In Google Docs and Slides! In the iPad Apps!

I have so much love for Google Apps for Education, and I am extremely excited about the update I recently discovered for the iPad apps (as I’m […]

Create Digital Portfolios with @Seesaw

When I hear the word seesaw, I usually picture the playground equipment of my youth, also known as a teeter totter. Now that I’ve been using the Seesaw app for awhile, […]

A New Year, A New #oneword

A little under a year ago, I wrote about my #oneword for 2015: Focus. I spent the year working on keeping my focus on the big picture […]

The 12 Days of #tosachat: Day 4

I participate in several Twitter chats, but there’s one chat I try as hard as possible to make each week, and that’s #tosachat. Over winter […]

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