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How Do You Recap? A Great Way to Use Formative Assessment in the Classroom

Formative assessments are a great way of helping gauge student understanding and there are a variety of tools available to help teachers. I was recently […]

NEW Quizziz App for iOS

If you are a fan of Kahoot, then you should check out Quizziz because it offers another way to assess your students. Now is the […]

Customize and Add Videos from Drive to Slides

Google Slides is an amazing collaborative tool for students and teachers. In addition to adding YouTube videos, you can now add videos from Google Drive! […]

Video Tutorial on Using Numbers to Create Interactive Worksheets and Timelines

Thanks for the great feedback that I received about one of my latest posts titled More Than a Speadsheet: 3 Ways to Use Numbers in […]

Don't You Forget About Me....SafeShareTV

Video is an important aspect of many blended classrooms; however, have you thought about where you have your students access videos? Questionable suggested videos have […]

Cheat Sheet for NEW Google Sites

Have you tried to use the NEW Google Sites?  If you haven't had the opportunity, I would highly recommend that you check it out. The […]

More Than a Spreadsheet: 3 Ways to Use Numbers in the Classroom

I recently sat down to learn about how to use Numbers in student learning. If you are not familiar with Numbers, this is Apple's spreadsheet […]

4 Tools to Learn More About Google Suite for Education

I often get the question from other teachers, how do I learn more about Google Tools? Here are some great resources that you can use […]

Book Talks with SeeSaw

If you are an elementary teacher, you have most likely heard about or have used the online portfolio App called SeeSaw. I love this App […]

Old Game with a New Twist: Pictionary on an iPad?

I am always looking for ways to engage students through technology. I love using technology to combine an old concept with a new idea. Here […]

6 Ways to Learn Through Memes

How often do you see memes on social media? It seems like they are everywhere, especially with our recent election in the United States. Our […]

Differentiate with a Click: Google Classroom's New Feature

Google Classroom just unleashed a new feature to change the way that you give assignments. You can now create individual assignments with a few clicks. This […]