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 […]

20 Google Sites tips and tricks

Google Sites provide us and our students with the ability to create beautiful web pages. There are so many other ways to use this tool. […]

Curate Like a Professional

Curator. What does that world call to mind? Museums? Art? A simple Google Images search will reinforce that notion. Now think about curation. Maybe you […]

Five Ways to Use Google Tools as an Instructional Coach

There are many advantages to using Google tools as an instructional coach. Not only can you manage your day-to-day activities, but you can also support […]

The Secret of Publishing a Google Site

During the creation of a collaborative Google Site, I discovered the “Publish to Specific People” setting. This share setting provides the ability to restrict a website […]

TCEA Responds: Sharing School Photos

Dear TCEA Responds: How can I take photos of my students and easily display them on my Google Site with the least amount of touches?  […]

Preparing for the ISTE Conference: How to clean up your digital classroom to prepare for the upcoming school year.

In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we take a look at 10 great ways to prepare your digital classroom for the summer. Topics include: […]

Supersize learning with Google Sites (GTT035)

In the not-too-distant past, if we wanted to get information out to the masses, it was expensive. Website development was costly and slow. If we […]

Add a Twitter Feed to Your Google Site

People have been begging for it for years. There have been workarounds to make it happen, but never a native way to embed a Twitter […]

Let Sphero & Google Slides Support Math

Today I’m reminiscing upon my time spent in an Elementary School Math Class, and the teaching of angles. I wonder what would happen in this […]

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 […]

4 end-of-year activities for advisory

Acknowledge, share, recognize The end of the school year is every bit as happy and joyous as it is chaotic and stressful. Make sure that […]

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