Technology should empower our students to seamlessly create, express, and share their ideas.
Catch up on everything new in G Suite for Education from January 2019, and see great ideas and resources!
I am excited and honored to be presenting at the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC 2019) in Orlando, Florida this January 27th through 30th.
Over the years I have come across and/or created a wide range of fun and creative ways to use Google tools with primary aged students.
Chrome Music Lab is a collection of 13 interactive "experiments" that let users create, play, and learn with a wide range of music concepts.
There are several tools that can be used for this sort of self-assessment. One great option is to use Google Sheets with conditional formatting.
It's simple to use, has lots of nice features, works on Chromebooks, and is free for videos up to 10 minutes long.
Catch up on everything new in G Suite for Education from October 2018, and see great ideas and resources!
I recently came across an awesome tool that can take a Google Slideshow and save it as an animated GIF
Technology has allowed me to make amazing friends from around the world, improve education for children, and have a rewarding career. But we need margin in our lives. We need time that is not committed.
What we need is an easy way for students to work independently when writing, but collaboratively when giving feedback. We need a tool that lets them work "collabordependently."
I do believe in the power of self-talk, both positive and negative, to have a great impact on our thoughts, feelings, and attitudes.