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Free Gynzy Guide: Timetable

This guide will show you how to use our “Timetable” tool to keep your school day organized and efficient! You’ll be able to plan time […]

Free Gynzy Guide: Widgets

A lot of our widgets can be used to help keep your students under control and paying attention. You can use them in conjunction with […]

Free Gynzy guide: Adding student lists

In this guide I’m going to teach you how to create and use student lists in our “Name order and group creator” tool. This tool […]

Free Gynzy Guide: Your Own Word List (Dictation)

The tool I am going to cover in this guide is “Dictation: Your Own Word List“. This tool is great for students who are practicing […]

Free Gynzy Guide: Gynzy Guide: Classroom Floorplanner

The tool we are covering this time is our Classroom Floorplanner, which will help get you organized before school starts! With this resource you can […]

Dealing with Social Media in the Classroom

When cell phones first appeared in the classroom, students could do little more than look at them. It took more than guts to make an […]

Frenchtown Elementary School’s students are more engaged using Gynzy’s interactive whiteboard Chrome app

Frenchtown Elementary School was established in 1925 on the border between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It’s an intimate educational environment with 166 students. Serving grades […]

Integrating Technology in the Early Childhood Classroom

Apps, web sites, gaming, coding, computers, iPad’s; are these the things that come to mind when you hear about technology in the classroom?  The definition […]

7 Shortcuts to Completing Your Lesson Plan in Record Time

Creating organized and innovative lesson plans is an essential part of every teacher’s job. However, finding the time and the motivation can be difficult when […]

What Should I Remember on Memorial Day?

It’s hard to remember what you’ve never learned.  For most students, Memorial Day is the time when the city pool opens, or they have their […]

Improve your Handwriting Skills on your IWB

He had a brilliant mind, but this favorite student of mine struggled with one main issue in fourth grade: handwriting. It was hardly legible and […]

4 Core Areas of Music Education

National Music Week is coming soon and music teachers are some of my favorite people. I taught K-8 music so I know the challenges they […]

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