I love summer read lists. Well okay, I have to admit I pretty much love any list of books to read. It’s fun to see what the top recommended books are. Here are some top picks for this summer that Continue reading Summer Reads 2017
It’s that time of year when many of you are gathering photos to share with students and their families. You can create a beautiful slideshow in Photos on your laptop and even export it so that you can link it Continue reading Create a Slideshow in Photos
Auto Draw is a great tool for when you need to create a picture fast. I don’t know about you, but I’m not a great artist. Chances are, I could draw a tree and you’d think it was a flower, Continue reading Save Me Auto Draw
This is part 2 in a series of blog entries about using Clever. If you are not familiar with the Clever Application portal, please refer to part one of the series. Today we will be talking about how students Continue reading Accessing Khan Academy Through Clever
Google Docs is a great place to collaborate with others. Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to go check to see if the doc has been updated? Or wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to email Continue reading Get Notifications in Google Docs
How would you like to begin a lesson with the perfect movie clip to hook your students? I just read about Class Hook, a great, free website that has a growing collection of short TV and movie clips categorized by subjects. Continue reading Class Hook
I have to admit that I love shortcuts. I mean who doesn’t? The only time I don’t use a shortcut is when I’m trying to get more steps on my Fitbit – especially when I’m competing with my sister-in-law. Well, I Continue reading Google Drive Shortcuts
Some of you might have noticed that there is a new icon on the dock when students log on to school computers. There is an application folder marked CLEVER. Clever allows students to automatically log into several tools using Continue reading CLEVER is so very smart!