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An Idea for Sharing, Collecting & Organizing Links From Socrative (or Anywhere)

February13

At a PLC meeting this winter, group members were talking about not reinventing the wheel with Socrative quizzes that they had created in math. In Socrative, there is the ability to share a quiz to an email address; therefore, the team was beginning the process of sending each other these quiz links. While I love […]

Google Drive Folders – Get Acquainted

January31

I’ve been on a kick about organization… the New Year, I guess, is my motivation. At the end of 2016, I shared some thoughts about teams and a shared folder in Google Drive. Well, recently, EdTechTeacher added an excellent resource page on its site about Getting Started with Google Drive Folders. They have some great […]

Team Folders in Google

December13

Want an easy way to share materials in your grade level or subject area team? Forget about emailing attachments or links, instead create a shared folder in Google Drive. By having one person create a folder and then setting the permissions for specific collaborators to be able to edit, everyone in your group can drag […]

PicPlayPost Palooza

March18

In the last few months, when I have consulted with teachers, I have found myself recommending over and over again the same app… and it seems like it’s been a non-stop party of great projects. So what’s the app? PicPlayPost is its name, and it’s very simple to use. You pick a frame of up […]

Delicious

January12

As I sit here pondering this week’s post, I have been checking out what’s going on in the Twitterverse of my PLN (Personal Learning Network). Some may call it procrastination, but I’d say it’s inspiration. This has been the scenario: Read a tweet. Click on link. Retweet and/or bookmark. Repeat. After several cycles, it occurred […]

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