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Tech Camp 2017

Thinglink Teacher Summer Challenge

Thinglink just announced they will once again facilitate a self-paced online summer teacher challenge. Every year that I participate, I learn new and innovative ways […]

Thank You for Your Support

I started this blog back in 2011. It started off as a “thing” I was playing around with and turned into a passion I never knew […]

Using HyperDoc Format for Unit Reviews

It’s that time of year again in Texas (Insert sigh). Reviewing for the STAAR exam does not need to be a painful process. Instead of […]

Take a Tour of the New Teleport 360° App

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know I obsess over certain tools I love. Thinglink is probably number 1 on my […]

Rock the Lab Has a New URL

Rockthelab.com now redirects you to this page. You can access the new URL by clicking on the image below or by clicking on the “Rock […]

Featured Lessons Now on Rock the Lab

  There is a new “Featured Lesson” section on Rock the Lab home page that will change every month. I’ll provide 2 different lessons that […]

HyperDocs for Secondary: Sutori Style

Technology Task Challenges for Teachers

Last week I attended TCEA 2017 in Austin and am currently working on a blog post to share my reflections. In the meantime, I stumbled […]

MLK HyperDocs

The HyperDoc community has been very busy lately creating wonderful resources for teaching about Martin Luther King. I thought I would gather a few together […]

Creating Drop-Down Menus in Google Sheets

Did you know you can create a drop down menu in Google Sheets? This is a handy feature if you are wanting students to choose […]

Reflecting on 2016

As the end of the year quickly approaches, I often reflect on what I have accomplished and what I would like to set as my […]

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