Students are now able to use the Screen Time iPad settings when they update to iOS 12. The set up is easy. Open the settings menu > Select Screen Time > Throw the switch to “On”. Once enabled, the iPad Continue reading Screen Time and App Time Limits
Apple Classroom is a great tool to manage iPads in the classroom. One feature is that it enables you to see your student’s iPad screens at the same time so you can see what each of your students is working Continue reading Apple Classroom Tip
Many of you have probably wondered what that new Sora app is on your student or staff iPad. It kind of looks like a space game with a marshmallow jet flying through space. It’s actually the new student reading app Continue reading Sora – New OverDrive Student App for Reading
This year all of our students have the ability to create screen recordings on their iPads. This is perfect for explaining how something works, how to solve a problem, how to demonstrate visible thinking, etc. It’s simple to use. Here’s Continue reading Create a Screen Recording on the iPad
For those of you new to Google Classroom, you can get some great tips on the Google for Education Site on their Welcome to Your First Day of Classroom. It has video tutorials on each aspect of Google Classroom. This may Continue reading Getting Started with Google Classroom
As a student or a staff member, you’ve created documents, lessons, videos and more. If you store these files in your district Google Drive account, don’t forget to take them with you when and if you leave the district. This Continue reading Don’t Leave Without Your Data
Hopscotch has been an app our students have been enjoying since we first issued iPads in schools 5 years ago. It is fun, easy to use and most importantly, it gets students writing code! Lately, several elementary and middle school Continue reading Everything Hopscotch
When reading on a device, we’re often looking for something specific. For example, I found a long article and I wanted to know if it had any information pertaining to schools. On my laptop, I can type in “⌘ F” Continue reading Looking for Specific Text on Your Device?