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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 […]

Wouldn’t it be Cool if…

… you could design a lesson any way you wanted without platform limitations? The term App Smash was coined by Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec), who shares […]

The Edtech Alphabet for Today’s Learners: 2017

It never fails. I make a video of how to navigate an interface or take screenshots of how to do something, and the developers immediately […]

Using Google Fonts

I don’t know about your district, but our Technology Department won’t let us install anything on a district issued computer. I totally understand why and […]

Google Classroom Vs. SeeSaw

The question most often asked by teachers is, “What’s the difference between Google Classroom and SeeSaw?” It’s then usually followed by, “Which one should I […]

Google Jedi Training Academy

I’m usually not a fan of teaching technology skills in isolation, but lately I’ve noticed students struggling when trying to use Google Apps in the […]

App Smashing with Paul Hamilton

Paul Hamilton, from iPadMonthly.com, has a fantastic YouTube Channel with various app tutorials and app smashing ideas. I put some of his videos together in […]

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