Another New Infographic Tool: Icograms Designer

Infographic tools are a great resource for teachers and students. Both can use them to capture complex concepts in pictorial form. In this blog entry, […]

TCEA’s 2021 Legislative Priorities (Part 2)

Last week, we took a look at some of TCEA’s legislative priorities for the 2021 session of the Texas Legislature. This week, we explore digital […]

TCEA’s 2021 Legislative Priorities (Part 1)

Those who eat, breathe, and sleep politics in Texas know that January 12th is an important day. This is the day that the 87th Texas […]

Digital Learning Day Is Turning 10

This post was sponsored by the Alliance for Excellent Education. Join the Alliance for Excellent Education’s All4Ed’s Future Ready Schools® Digital Learning Day Network because […]

#603 Alphabetise any list with The Alphabetizer

The Alphabetizer is a free web-based tool that lets you – unsurprisingly – alphabetise lists. All you need to do is copy and paste your […]

Three Easy Strategies for Computer Security

November is a big month for computer security. The 30th happens to be National Computer Security Day, a nice reminder for students to reflect on […]

#599 Creating anchor links in Medium

If you use Medium, you might be interested to know that you can create anchor links on your posts, which creates a table of contents. […]

#598 Sli.do: Present with Sli.do using Google Slides

Sli.do is a favourite at 1minuteCPD HQ. We wrote about it way back in 2016. The interface has changed slightly, but the functionality is the […]

#597 Using an Airtable form to capture and display student feedback

I have used an embedded Airtable form in a Rise course to get students to enter their definition of a concept before revealing what other […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 7

I’m back with even more cool websites, neat ideas, and other ed tech innovations in this blog. If you missed the previous six, be sure […]

Addressing Data Privacy in a Time of Online Learning

With October designated as cybersecurity awareness month, there’s a great deal to focus on. Indeed, the argument can be made that the conditions we’re living through […]

It’s Digital Citizenship Week

Civics classes can help students learn their rights, privileges, and duties as a part of a larger society. For that reason, we include civics in […]

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