The PB&J Digital Breakout

Can you and your students solve the PB&J digital breakout and save our supply of the greatest sandwich spread ever created? The post The PB&J […]

TCEA Responds: Convert Jamboards to Microsoft Whiteboard

Wish you had an easy way to use Jamboard templates in MS Whiteboard, or Microsoft Whiteboard templates in Jamboard? Learn how now. The post TCEA […]

Discover and Add Popular Google Fonts to Your Workspace

Have fun with Google Fonts. Here are some teachers may like, and how you can add them to your documents in Google. The post Discover […]

PhotoAid: Free Easy Photo Enhancing Tools

Wish you had a toolbox of free photo enhancement tools you could turn to? Bookmark one page and you get access to fourteen tools. Wow! […]

Mobile File Management Made Easy, Part Two

Curious about how to open videos, audio, and office suite documents on your mobile devices? Read part two of mobile file management. The post Mobile […]

Mobile File Management Made Easy, Part One

Curious about how to move files on and off your mobile devices? Read part one of an intro to mobile file management. The post Mobile […]

Eight Google Goodies You Want to Use

If you live in the Google ecosystem, you know some things get rolled out without a bunch of fanfare. But sometimes, gems get snuck in […]

Eight Chrome Extensions and Sites You May Not Know (June 2022)

Want a pet cat, but not really? Love classic arcade games, but don't have any? Hate planning dinner? These sites and extensions are for you! […]

Sync Your Browser Bookmarks

Worried about losing your bookmarks? Want to hop from one browser to another with all your favorites intact? Here's a solution. The post Sync Your […]

Top Five Questions About App Data Privacy

Discover resources to grow your knowledge of data privacy and keep yourself, your children, and your students' data and privacy protected. The post Top Five […]

Repurpose That PC: Introducing Chrome OS Flex

Let's explore Chrome OS Flex, Google's latest iteration of CloudReady. Load Chrome OS Flex on your PC and turn it into a Chromebook. The post […]

When the Kindergartners Have Been Far Too Quiet?

Just a quick post to commemorate the havoc that children can wrought on technology. I’ve seen students of all ages tear keys off of devices, […]

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