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Share the love in a Newsletter!

Posted in Docs, G Suite, Lessons, and Slides

Are newsletters outdated?  That was a question that came up in a recent leadership meeting as we discussed best methods for celebrating our amazing teachers…

Attention Getting Google Slides

Posted in G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, Presentations, Quick Tips & Troubleshooting, and Slides

Grab the attention of your audience without saying a word! Effective presentations are more than just the tool they are created with. With the right…

Google Slide “Must Know” Hacks!

Posted in Chromebook, G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, and Slides

Google Slides… built for collaboration, easy offline access for editing AND presenting, simple and easy design features, easy publishing, and available on ANY device!  Students…

Easy Photo Sharing – iOS to Drive

Posted in G Suite, iPad, Lessons, and Quick Tips & Troubleshooting

Every year about this time, the yearbook committee would send out the email requesting our class photos.  Before Google and I became best friends, getting…

LOVING the new Google Slides Updates

Posted in G Suite, and Lessons

So I don’t know about you, but I hadn’t checked out the new updates in Google Slides… until today.  I am LOVING the new updates!…

The 800-pound Gorilla Named YouTube

Posted in G Suite, Lessons, and Presentations

Of course, the 800-pound gorilla hanging around any conversation about online video is YouTube.    ~TeachThought YouTube is often thought of as evil, especially in…

Graphic Novel Projects

Posted in G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, and Presentations

The Graphic Novel Project is a great example of what can happen when students are given the reins.  The student work attached came from sixth…

Never Skip the Unit Launch Again!

Posted in G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, and Think Central

Using HMH Journeys?  Ever skip the Unit Launch due to the time factor?  There’s hope.  Let’s face it, time IS precious in the classroom. Every moment has…

The Flipped Classroom

Posted in Chromebook, Doceri, G Suite, Hyperdocs, Lessons, and Presentations

Students come in ALL shapes and sizes AND require varying modes of instruction… differentiation needed, DUH!  But in the classroom, with limited time and intermittent…

Student Created Digital Book Trailers

Posted in Chromebook, Lessons, SAMR, Software, and WeVideo

A Digital Book Trailer is a project created by Connie Costa as a new take on the old school book reports.  21st Century demands a different…

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