Feedback can improve learning if done correctly. You can get a copy of the document that has helped facilitate quality student-to-student feedback in my classroom.Read More
Get schooled on emojis! Emojis can play a role in communication, productivity, creativity, and learning. When you think of emojis as pictures you can type, you can begin to picture the possibilities! Check out some great emoji tools, resources, and ideas.Read More
I'm sharing several teaching tips for Google Classroom. I will continue to add more as I create visuals for things that are handy to know about Google's free service for connecting learners and teachers.Read More
A web widget is a bit of code you can add to your website (or blog or wiki). The code can grab content from one website and insert it into another site. Explore dozens of categorized widgets–widgets you might consider adding to your own website.Read More
Step right up to see impressive iPad and iPhone tips and tricks! Learn stunts like annotating photos without an app, compelling Siri to flip a coin, conjuring up keywords on a page, hearing highlighted text, making clutter on web pages vanish, closing all Safari tabs in the blink of an eye, and more!Read More
An iPad can be a teacher’s very handy assistant! Check out the infographic all about what can be done by Pad-using educators, whether or not their students have iPads. It has seven sections full of suggested apps, websites, and tips.
I learned a lot from teaching a six week online class for educators in Google Classroom. Now I’d like to share tips and advice for using Google Classroom for professional learning, including the fundamentals of Classroom, a cheat sheet for post options, and the workflow I used with the adults in my class.Read More