Dollar Street

Anna Rosling Rönnlund, at Gapminder, created a website called, Dollar Street where family homes have been photographed around the world in 50 countries. These homes have been categorized on a street continuum from poor on the far left to rich Continue reading Dollar Street

Mix ‘N Mingle Book Talks at MVHS

I had the opportunity to visit Mountain View High School (MVHS) Library where they are having some of their freshman English classes come in for Mix ‘N Mingle book talks. Now, book talks themselves might sound boring for some, but Continue reading Mix ‘N Mingle Book Talks at MVHS

OBOB Titles Nominated for 2019

Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB) is a great program that most of our schools participate in. Students in grades 3-12 form teams and avidly read a set of books in their division. They then compete against other teams within Continue reading OBOB Titles Nominated for 2019

File Upload in Google Forms

Google Forms has a great feature that allows for file uploads. This is a fantastic tool for you teachers that don’t use Google Classroom, Canary, Edmodo, etc. For the most part, you are not worried about collecting assignments or projects Continue reading File Upload in Google Forms

Use Lightshot to Markup a Screenshot

For you Chrome users, here is a great extension tool that will allow you to quickly take a screenshot, mark it up and share it in an email, document, Google form, or even through social media. Here’s how you get Continue reading Use Lightshot to Markup a Screenshot