Consuming vs creating: Is there room for both?

Consuming vs creating, sounds like it’s one or the other. But don’t our students need to do both? Sometimes our students are consuming information and sometimes […]

#423 Web page with Adobe Spark

Need to create a webpage but don’t know HTML? Adobe Spark allows you to create simple web pages. You can then link to these, share […]

21st Century Skills: Are You Teaching Them?

You might have heard about the need to teach students, children that is, 21st century skills so they can function in a world and workplace […]

2 Tips to Make Webinars Valuable Teachable Moments

What is the typical format for a webinar, especially a free one? Below is a common structure. Opening introductions 5 minute warm up Strategy #1 […]

Get Focused: Draw Your Course Core Design

You are going to love this concept and exercise as it will get those rumbling thoughts out of your head about your course ideas and […]

Design vs. Develop vs. Marketing an E-Course: What’s the Diff?

Currently, there are educational offers on how to create an e-course that focus on choosing a topic for your market’s needs, how to brand and […]

#245 How to create a mind map with MindMup

In our previous post we showed you how to connect your MindMup account to Google Drive. In this post we look at how to start creating […]

#241 Mind mapping with MindMup: Getting started

MindMup is a mind mapping app that you can easily integrate with your Google Drive. This means that all your changes are saved to Google […]

How school can look more like an episode of Phineas and Ferb

With three elementary-aged kids at home, I’ve seen my fair share of Disney Channel shows. It started with Mickey Mouse Clubhouse many years ago and […]

How to Exceed Expectations: Creating and Updating Your Instructor Page [VIDEO]

Most students want to know a few things about their teachers. What do they look like? Are they qualified to teach? What is their background? […]

Amazing Book Creator App!

The Amazing Book Creator App! If you haven’t heard of an app called Book Creator, then you need to write it down right now!  This […]

Let the tea steep: Why waiting is OK

Where I live in Indiana, two beverages are almost always available at get-togethers and pitch-in dinners — tea and lemonade. If only one of them […]

We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK