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I had the honor a few weeks ago to submit a guest post to one of my favorite blogs and EdTech mentors, ShakeUp Learning with Kasey Bell. In the post I write about my journey with BreakoutEDU and what I have learned. Click the link, below and learn how...
Feedback is an important teaching tool as we strive to have our students perform to the highest possible potential! Google Docs has been huge in developing the collaborative side of things with the comment feature as teachers read over and grade student work allowing them to give quick written...
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Gathering and keeping organized with our resources can be cumbersome, whether we refer to physical media like files, pictures, etc. or digital media like documents, images, etc.. The internet has provided a flood of information that can be overwhelming to juggle.  Information comes from websites, articles, Youtube, Tweets, Blogs,...
Summer is well underway, finally, for many of you.  I know this past school year seemed very long especially here in Kentucky with seemingly every weather phenomenon and miscellaneous delays such as special elections and the threat of teacher strikes.  I hope you are now enjoying time with your...
Is your Google Drive a virtual rats’ nest?  Does it take you longer to find the file you need than the attention span of your students? Is organization really possible with your Google Drive Files? Does the chaos of your files and folders relate to the image below, or...
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“Design is thinking made visual.” ~ Saul Bass The primary goal of education is teaching students to be critical thinkers so that they are capable of problem solving and expanding their own horizons. As technology evolves, the critical thinking process within ourselves, and eventually, our students must evolve as well. ...