Shorts season: An introduction to the NEW Flipgrid camera

On August 1st, Flipgrid released an all-new camera that goes way beyond the simple recording tool it once was. The Shorts Camera can now function […]

Articulate 360 Review 2019

Articulate 360 is an online app that creates responsive courses for digital platforms. It consists of  Rise (mobile)  Articulate Library, Articulate Review, Peek, Studio 360, […]

Screencast: Insert Questions from Question Bank into Your Story in Articulate Storyline 360

In today’s screencast, I’m showing you how to insert questions as a new draw from question bank into your story in Articulate Storyline 360. Using […]

Using Google Slides live closed captions in the classroom

You can turn on closed captions at the bottom of videos you watch on TV and online. But providing closed captions in real time in […]

Meet Synth, a classroom audio tool to amplify student voice

As our world becomes increasingly tech-dependent, a fundamental question will be at the heart of everything we do … How do we preserve our humanity? […]

Eliminate worksheet homework with the Fast and the Curious EduProtocol

Repetition-based worksheet homework frustrates teachers and students alike. It often struggles to get results and you never know who’s doing the work. Plus, the feedback […]

Using Google Drawings to create blackout poetry in the classroom

Blackout poetry takes standard text (from a newspaper or magazine article … really any text you find). The artist then uses a marker and blacks […]

How to make a curated collection of tweets with TweetDeck

Twitter chats are a whirlwind of good ideas. Educators tweet to a single Twitter hashtag, answering questions and sharing their best ideas. But when the […]

Learn To Create Dynamic Auto-Grading Quizzes using Google Forms

In this video, we will learn how to use the new Quizzes feature in Google Forms to create self-grading and self-assessing assignments for your students. […]

Using “NEW” Google Sites to create Student Portfolios

In this video, you will learn how easy it is to use "New" Google Sites as a Student Portfolio development tool. The post Using “NEW” […]

14 ways to create great classroom video with Screencastify

Not too long ago, video creation required bulky, awkward video cameras with big, plastic VCR tapes. Playback required a TV, a VCR and a hope […]

Web Tools for Video and Audio Feedback on Essays and Projects

“I think it’s very important to have a feedback loop, where you’re constantly thinking about what you’ve done and how you could be doing it […]

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