After my teammates viewed this book below, we were intrigued by what Book Creator can do. While we’ve had the app in our schools for as long as I can remember, I’ve never seen a Book Creator book open up Continue reading Book Creator – New to Us Features!
Every month I try to add new books in Sora. This past month was no different, and I’m really excited about some of the titles. So many of them have rave reviews. If you log into Sora, you’ll see the Continue reading New Books in Sora
Welcome to the first edition of the NEW Bi-Monthly Newsletter from your Bend-La Pine Ed Tech Team; EdTech Bytes. Use the comments for feedback, or to let us know what you find useful. We’d love to see examples of these Continue reading BLS EdTech Bytes for the week of 3.5.21
I’ve got a quick Outlook tip for you. I’m going to take a wild guess and say that you probably get a steady stream of emails. Am I right? Or is it more like a firehose? The point is that Continue reading Snooze You Choose
Let’s say your class is getting ready to research a topic. Where do they begin their research? The easy, lazy, dare I say irresponsible, way is to Google. We all do it – daily. And don’t get me wrong, there Continue reading Safe Searching
Since this is the year for doing everything virtually – oh wait, that was actually last year and maybe still is…Anyway, I thought this post from Monica Burns might be of interest to you. She lists 6 free resources that Continue reading Virtual Field Trips
February is Black History Month and a great time to share resources and celebrate the achievements of black creators, inventors, adventurers, and more. Below are some resources that you can share with your staff and students: Best 2020 Books by Continue reading Black History Month
Back in the spring of 2020 when we first began remote learning, we enabled AirDrop for all student devices (previously it had been turned off). This made it convenient for students to share between devices at home. Now that we’re Continue reading AirDrop – Now You See It, Now You Don’t