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How to Schedule Meetings… Without Playing Email Tag

February7

Tired of playing email tag when setting up meetings? This 3-Minute Classroom Problem Solver from SimpleK12 is what you need to watch! And I can give a testimonial: Doodle is very easy to use and efficient! It’s well worth a try.

QR Codes – How to Make

November22

QR Codes have been mentioned by a few colleagues over the last two weeks. Therefore, I am passing along a 3-Minute Classroom Problem Solvers’ video on the subject. Please watch below, and let me know if you have any questions. Also, I’d love to hear how you are using QR Codes with students.

Here’s the Spark You May Have Been Looking For!

October25

A month ago, I watched a great SimpleK12 video, “Creation Tools for Web Browsers: Projects for Students on Chromebooks” presented by Monica Burns. One of the tools mentioned was Adobe Spark. At the time I was intrigued, but in consulting with various teachers, I didn’t push it as there were other tools that seemed to […]

Editing Roles in Google Docs

September27

OK… your students are using Google Docs, but are they harnessing the power of peer editing/collaboration? Even with pencil and paper, asking students to give constructive feedback and edits to a peer’s work is challenging and even overwhelming for students. Some focus only on spelling while others only want to say “Good job!” I watched […]

Recommended Read: 7 Lesser-known Google Ideas for the Classroom

September13

Yesterday, I read a jam packed post from SimpleK12 about using Google with students. I am passing along the link to that post in my blog today as I think it’s a goody that should not be missed! Go here to see the 7 Lesser-known Google Ideas for the Classroom by Kimber Thompson. There are […]

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