High-Effect-Size Instructional Strategies and Digital Tools

Did you see School Library Journals blog entry from February 11, 2020? Titled, 18 Tech Tools for Content Creation, Coding, VR, Audio, and Video, it […]

50 elearning activities, templates and tutorials

Elearning activities can be fun AND promote quality learning. Here are lots of examples and templates to use! It's easy to feel anxious, overwhelmed and […]

Letting Students Choo-Choo Choose Their Own Track with a Choice Board

Creating a choice board has never been easier than it is now with digital tools. At the recent TCEA 2020 Convention & Exposition, my colleagues […]

Which "Share Settings Do I Use???"

Due to my volunteer work as a Product Expert in the Google Help communities, I notice many users are confused about the levels of share […]

Ditch Channel: 12 video tutorials, strategies and lesson ideas for educators

Sometimes we just need to see something to visualize how it might look in our classroom. Here are 12 video tutorials along with links to […]

Google Tools for Your Library

Google is a common tool in education. But are you getting the most out Google’s suite of applications in your library or media center? Here […]

How to use Chromebooks offline for elearning day activities, homework

No internet at home? No problem. Set up Chromebooks and laptops with offline access to G Suite. Your elearning day activities just got a lot […]

Where to Find Incredible Student Templates for Google Docs, Slides, Sheets and Drawings!

“Don’t reinvent the wheel, just realign it.” – Anthony J. D’Angelo If you have ever used Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, Drawings, and Forms, then you […]

6 things that make auto-graded Google Forms quizzes better

Auto-graded quizzes have their pro’s and con’s. They cut back on teacher grading time and provide students with quick feedback. But they don’t show what […]

20 Seesaw ideas with Chromebooks for K-12 classes

Creating is memorable. When students learn something and then can create something with it — a digital project, a story, a video — that’s something […]

Add and pass: A fun activity to get them moving AND creating

Have you ever played a game where someone begins a story then the next person adds to it, the next adds a little more and […]

Tech tip smackdown! 70+ edtech tips from fellow educators

Warning! This post contains SO many great tips, tricks, links and ideas that you may end up with a case of “too many open tabs”. […]

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