Creating a Scrapbook

A recent Colorado vacation visit with an alumni friend provided hours of enjoyment as we thumbed through old photos in a scrapbook. We focused upon […]

Its the “Simple Things that Count”

While watching a child struggling to write a story the following thought hit me! Show the child how to make a simple graphic organizer using […]

10 Awesome G Suite for Ed Tips & Tricks

It has taken me a long time to understand the benefits of Keyboard Shortcuts, G Suite APPS “Hidden Tools” and Hacks. After using these tools on a more regular basis I’ve […]

1st Weeks of School: Community Builders

The first week of school is here and teachers or looking forward to greeting both old and new students. The first few weeks of school […]

Using Sites for More than a Classroom Newsletter

Earlier this summer I started creating a workshop entitled “Using Sites for More than a Classroom Newsletter”.  While preparing for this workshop I realized the […]

An All-in-one Tool to Assist Student Learning from Every Angle

When searching for tools to enhance learner productivity, I stumbled upon Creativity 365. I wanted to find an all-in-one set of tools that suited every […]

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 […]

Google Calendar Student Time Capsules

After seeing a Tweet between my PLN friend @PintoBeanz11  and @Onejollyday  I was inspired with the idea of using a Google Calendar for a memory time capsule. I think […]

Journaling with MyMaps

This activity will help provide basic steps for journaling about real events. Google My Maps will support the students with the ability to map their personal adventure. If […]

Yes! My Chromebook Can Scan QR Codes…

I’m a “Brand New” Chromebook user who was recently asked if QR Codes could be scanned using this device. Note my Chromebook only has a […]

STEP 2b: Google Forms Magical Feature

Built into Google Forms is the Go to Next Section Based on Answer feature. The feature can provide students with a second chance to review the question and […]

Five ways to use Adobe Spark Post in the classroom

It’s been around for a while now and it continues to feature as one of the apps I turn to on a daily basis, such […]

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