Wednesday, June 20, 2018

*PARENTS: Manage devices at home

I've wanted to cover this topic for awhile, but wanted to do it well. Today I can share with you an EXCELLENT article that does it better than I could. 

Mike Daugherty originally shared "Limits, Locks, and Learning" on October 24, 2017, and I received it today via his newsletter "Help @ Home". This newsletter is free for anyone to subscribe to & I highly recommend it.

I will add that I personally use an app called "OurPact" that allows me to do many of the things these offer. It has a free version (not many features) and a paid-for version ($4.95/month) allowing me to manage all 3 of my daughters devices. The set-up isn't the easiest, but once you are in, it works GREAT! 

Don't hesitate - don't wait ... READ IT then share it and save it!

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

*Google Forms Update! Woot! Woot!

The day has come ... rejoice!!! If you are like me & you've been hoping - one day - Forms will allow you more control over the font of your Form and the colors of the Form ... the day has come!!!! G Suite users will soon (if not already available in your account) be able to do all of these things.

Click HERE to read the official announcement from G Suite.

Click HERE to go directly to the Docs Editor Help page which explains the "how to" do all these things.

Woot! Woot!

Monday, June 18, 2018

Every Kid in a Park


I saw this shared on Twitter. How cool is this for 4th graders? 

Teachers - give your students an awesome FREE gift! (FREE printable activity guides are available)

Students - check out US treasures in your backyard & beyond. 

Parents - Fun family adventures are a guarantee with this!

Friday, May 11, 2018

An Intro to Google Forms

HELP DOC → An Intro to Google Forms

Forms is your answer to the collection of data of all shapes and sizes. Forms will neatly organize and display data for easy analyzation.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

An Intro to Google Chrome

HELP DOC → An Intro to Google Chrome

Learn why Google Chrome should be your internet browser of choice! Once you see everything you can do, you won't want to use anything else.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Gaming in the Classroom

HELP DOC → Gaming in the Classroom

The idea of games in the classroom isn't new. Games are great additions to any classroom. Games can introduce or support any content.

Or if you want to jump right into a more detailed presentation, check this one out ↝

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

An Intro to Digital Breakouts

Have you ever "broken out"? Learn how to turn this critical thinking game into a real classroom activity. You will be pleasantly surprised! I've written more details about digital breakouts on my other blog. Check it out HERE.  

I've written a more detailed blog HERE on "Tech You Can Do" as to how & why you'd utilize a digital breakout in your classroom.