When it comes to a student completing his or her homework, some challenges will always remain the same. Especially when it comes to time management and minimizing distraction. It does not matter if the work is completed on paper or Continue reading Set Students Up for Success With Screentime Settings
It was recently brought to my attention that our staff, who are using Outlook Mail through the web (OWA), have Reply All as their default setting. This may cause annoyance if you’re in a hurry and accidentally reply to everyone in the Continue reading Changing Reply Settings in OWA
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
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
For those of you that are using the New Google Sites with your students and your students are using iPad 4’s or haven’t updated to the latest iOS, then you might find that your students cannot navigate within your site Continue reading Are Your Students Having Trouble Navigating in the New Google Sites?
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
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
•clean up that computer desktop- Click on FINDER (the face at left of your dock) drag every item on your computer desktop into the folder that best suits it’s description. •Run computer tune up! From self-service on your computer, choose the “red Continue reading Start the new year off right