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First Blog Post: Quizizz

Hey, Y’all!

This is my first blog post ever(other than my 20 different Xangas I created in middle school). I have been wanting to start my own blog for awhile now, but I have been hesitant. 589 more words

Tech Tools

A Great Way To Use Tech To Help Teachers Meaningfully Engage With Families

Strong parent-teacher partnerships are key to student success in the classroom. In fact, parental engagement is very effective at predicting student achievement. When teachers and parents are in regular contact about students’ needs, progress, and successes, students feel supported and motivated to try their best in school. 457 more words


Using Google Forms for Walkthroughs with Email (Updated with autoCrat)

Google Forms have been extremely popular amongst schools and school leaders.  Using Google Forms to do walkthroughs has been my practice for several years.  One of my first posts on this site was a tutorial on how to use Forms to collect walkthrough data as well as to provide emailed feedback to teachers.    484 more words


An excellent online tool for making posters and other graphics

Easel.ly is a great tool for creating amazing posters and infographics online.

Have a look at my walk-through video to see if it would be useful for you 👍 15 more words


How to Leverage Technology Tools for Tutoring (sponsored post)

The conversation around how technology can enhance education can be a controversial topic, and that carries over into the tutoring industry as well. Virtual tools and course work that “replace” the individual tutors are introduced to the market constantly; making tech a complex subject to navigate in the tutoring industry—one that can sometimes raise more questions than answers. 1,888 more words


Tech Tools for Student Products

It’s been a while, but I made a thing! This is a menu of technology tools that students can use to create digital products. All of these items have free options, if not being entirely free to use. 60 more words

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Tech Tip: ClassroomScreen.com

My school’s technology specialist recently introduced me to a neat little tool: ClassroomScreen.com. It is designed to be projected on your whiteboard and offers a number of useful widgets: a timer, a clock, a random name picker, a QR code generator, as well as  a text box for posting announcements or instructions. 12 more words