In this week's video we discuss those quick "on the fly" tools that might be needed quickly in a classroom. Find out how to quickly access a coin flip, dice roll, timer, calculator and even a metronome by a quick Google Search.
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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...
In the last post, we examined several tips and shortcuts to save you time and keep you organized as you use Google Drive for your own productivity. Now that you have gotten all organized, let’s take a look at some tools within Google Drive to help make your workflow...
Need an audible way to give feedback to students and to collaborate with your peers? Try the Mote Extension. This presentation introduces you to the What, Why, and Where of using Mote. Click HERE to learn more about Mote!  
In this episode we talk about a few new features on Google Docs and celebrating the end of this school year!
As we continue to look at organizing, cleaning, and archiving tech items as we end a school year, Today's #TechTipTuesday covers adding folders and sub-folders in #GoogleDrive and using colors to organize.
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What do you think of when you hear the term “interactive classroom”? Devices are probably the first thing that comes to mind, but which ones?  The devices we use in the classroom have evolved greatly over the years, especially the last few years. Classrooms have gone from chalkboards->marker boards->SMART...
In this week's #TechTipTuesday​ we talk about archiving Google Classrooms to close out the school year and how to reuse old posts in a new Google Classroom.
In this week's #TechTipTuesday​ we look at the new text editing features just recently unveiled in Google Classroom. You now have the ability to bold, italicize, underline, and make a bulleted list in your postings on Classroom!
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...