Practical & Simple Technology Application

Yesterday I was impressed when my physical therapist asked, “Do you have a smartphone in your bag?” These words were followed by, “Can I use […]

Quick Access Turn It On In Google Drive

In Google Drive, there is a setting called Quick Access. This setting provides quick access to frequently used files. It is one of those personal […]

Add a Little Pizazz…

When using a Google Doc Table as a graphic organizer add some pizazz to jumpstart the thinking process. It may help a child or adult […]

Its the “Simple Things that Count”

While watching a child struggling to write a story the following thought hit me! Show the child how to make a simple graphic organizer using […]

Image Search, Yes! Can Do!!!

A Google Image Search provides both student and adult researchers with another method for finding information. Sometimes an image search brings up new information overlooked […]

Just Luv Pinning Tabs!!!

Recently in the Chrome Help Forum a user asked if there was a way to prevent tabs from being lost when closed. The question reminded […]

Using Forms as a Motivational Tool…

I never met a student who truly didn’t care about receiving a “Good Grade”. This post is about supporting the students who  are struggling and […]

Research Projects Made Easier…

When it comes to research projects why should students struggle due to reading levels of resources found on the internet? What would teachers say if […]

Using Emoticons w/Drive Folders & Files

Quite by accident I discovered it is possible to add emoticons as  a visual support for Google Drive Folders and Files. Over the past year […]

Auto-Highlighting Text with Slides

A teacher in the help forums wanted to know how to automatically highlight vocabulary words in a presentation. This is easily done by inserting a […]

3 Tips for Using Google Forms

As a Google Top Contributor I’m exposed to an abundance of questions from teachers throughout the world. The following tips lists was created due to […]

Creating Drive File Icons

My background is in special education and I’m always looking for ways for supporting  students of exceptionalities. One of the challenges for both young students […]

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