Increase Student Engagement with Pear Deck

As teachers, we all face the challenge of how to keep students engaged in our lessons. We also want to get authentic formative feedback in […]

How to create a PDF ebook with Google Slides

PDF files are about as universal as it gets. You can open them on almost any Internet-ready device. They’re read-only, so publishing a PDF is […]

20 ways to Ditch That Textbook in K-2 (with templates!)

Are you a primary educator? Are you interested in Ditching but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry! This post will walk you through template […]

Control your Google Drive Files Privacy Share Settings…

In today’s world, one often hears people focused on privacy concerns. Privacy concerns aren’t limited to the field of education. People from all walks of […]

Embed a Live Google Slide into a Google Doc

This post falls under the "How did I not know this before" category... Over the last few days, I have been updating my 8th-grade waves […]

Make Your Next Lesson, Presentation, or Meeting More Interactive

Would you like to make your next lesson, presentation, or meeting more interactive and give everyone an equal chance to participate? If you answered “yes,” […]

Google Slides and Gmail Get Updates

Amazing updates recently announced will transform how you work with two popular G Suites apps, Slides and Gmail. Let’s take a look at my favorite […]

Changing Bullet Defaults in Google Slides

Love when users help community question transforms into a helpful tutorial. Earlier this afternoon a Google Slides user inquired about changing bullet defaults. Changing bullet […]

Five Hacks for Google Slides

“What’s my favorite G Suite for Education tool?” asked a Google Educator Level 1 session participant. “Google Slides. You can do so much with it!” […]

10 fantastic Google tips from the Google Teacher Tribe

Google is so deep and so broad and so wide. It’s constantly updating and adding — and sometimes removing — features and services. It’s almost […]

Three Reasons to Use Slides for Video Note-Taking

School project research is evolving due to the rapid advancement of the digital world. Recently I asked a student, “Where do you go first to […]

Paths to proficiency

Choose Your Own Adventure with 3 easy tech tools Students in blended learning classrooms benefit from taking control over the path and pace of their […]

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