Using My Maps for Inquiry Projects

It seems the most popular programs used for inquiry project presentations are Google Slides, Microsoft PowerPoint, Prezi, Emaze and etc… Sometimes we overlook tools which […]

#NotAtISTE2017?? Not a Problem

Sue Waters has “attended” ISTE  for the past 3 years – VIRTUALLY.  In this article, she shares her tips on how to be “in the […]

15 building blocks to a meaningful #ISTE17 (or any conference)

When you go to a conference — even for a single day — you’re investing hours of your life into the experience. And if that’s […]

#Intentional: Amplification of Voice

The summer professional development season has begun in full earnest!  I attended and presented at the #evillageNWI conference in Valparaiso this week.  I hadn’t intended […]

LinkedIn Launches Their Own LMS

In 2015 LinkedIn purchased Lynda.com, a premier provider in online training. The courses they offer are some of the best around and so are some […]

Ooo! Smashing Google Slides w/Poll Everywhere…

There I was designing a Google workshop about supporting SPED Students. In my workshops I like to include learning activities for both engagement and assessment […]

Start a Classroom LMS for the New School Year

The summer is almost here and that often marks the end of another school year. Teachers everywhere get a well-deserved break from educating today’s youth […]

Making Home-School Connection w/Google Calendar

Thanks once more to a teacher in the help forums who asked the following question: “How do I create a Google Calendar to share with parents […]

12 great ways to grow as an educator this summer

Ah, summer … that time when all teachers leave school work and school thoughts behind for months to lounge by the pool. Right? Well, in […]

Catch the Flipgrid fever! 15+ ways to use Flipgrid in your class

If you haven’t heard of Flipgrid yet then you will soon be seeing it everywhere. I had my first experience with Flipgrid (flipgrid.com) on March […]

Creating Google Slide Progression Bar

Recently in the Google Doc’s Help Forum a user inquired about creating a progression bar. Up until now I never really thought about using progression bars […]

Collaborating with Imported Slides

In several recent teacher group chats I’ve heard, “Is there a way to limit individual slides to be restricted to one student for a collaborative slide […]

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