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Demystifying HyperDocs

Before it was revealed that Oz was just an ordinary man, Dorothy believed him to be magical or God-like. Once the curtain was pulled back, […]


Join @Edtechbites and I as we introduce Twitter to teachers in our district through a 2-week online course. We would love for those that have […]

Share SeeSaw Activities with Other Teachers

Twitter is one of my favorite places to get inspiration for lessons. Sue Kuentz recently Tweeted an idea that I thought would make a perfect […]

Parallax Digital Storytelling

Website design has really evolved over the past few years to include interactive experiences that provide depth and movement. Parallax scrolling is a technique that […]

Level Up with an If FUNction HyperDoc

About a month ago I published a post about using If Functions in Google Sheets to facilitate student learning adventures. Since then, I’ve been playing […]

18 Lessons to Try in 2018

My personal explorations in 2017 involved anything and everything Google. I was already proficient in the use of G Suite, but there’s always room for […]

Tour the Earth with Voyager

Google Earth Voyager is a great way to get lost and quickly lose about 3-4 hours of your day if you’re not careful. Their partners, […]

Digital Advent Calendars

Have y’all noticed the really cool digital advent calendars on Twitter lately? This is a great idea to use with students or even with your […]

Drop Shadows and Reflections in Google Slides

It’s the little things in life that give me joy and happiness. I don’t know when this feature was released, but I just discovered it […]

Hour of Code 2017

The 2017 Hour of Code begins next Monday, December 4th and continues throughout the week. I’ve updated the HOC page on Rock the Lab to […]

Create FUN Adventures Using IF FUNctions

My obsession with Alice Keeler is still going strong. I took several of her Go Slow Workshops over the summer and I’m finally ready to […]

If you plan it…

The following post is from guest blogger Erika Neuman, 5th grade teacher at Bulverde Creek Elementary, San Antonio, TX. Follow her on Twitter @TeamNeuman First […]