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AirDrop – An Efficient Way to Share from Your iPad to Your Computer

January3

So you have photos or videos on your iPad and want to get them to your computer? You could use email; however, files can be too large to send. Also, maybe, email is not configured on your school iPad? You could upload to Google Drive. (Or Dropbox or some other storage service.) Unfortunately, let’s say […]

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 […]

Digital Storytelling with Toontastic

December8

I had such a great time today with two third grade classes that I’m going to make this a “Two for Tuesday” with a second post! I did some interactive “writing” with students where I modeled choosing a prompt and then how to tell my story using the app Toontastic. This easy to use app […]

Another Tool to Share Research (with a Global View)

May26

Research is complete. Now what? How can students share their new found knowledge? There are many possibilities… Write a report (with Google Docs). Make a presentation (with Google Slides). Create a slideshow/movie (with Explain Everything). Put the information into a collage (with PicCollage or PicCollage for Kids). Produce a series of inanimate objects talking (with […]

Free to Use or Share Continued

March4

OK, so you’ve found a picture that is labeled as Free to Use or Share via an Advanced Google Image Search. (See this previous post for a refresher or to get caught up.) It’s now time for an investigation. Is the image really free to use or share? Google makes no guarantees. Therefore, you have […]

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