Nureva Span – Exponential Student Engagement!

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend a Nureva Educator Event in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  During this workshop, I was able to collaborate and share ideas with other teachers about the use of the Nureva Span Wall System.  If you are not familiar with the Nureva Span system, you have to check it out.... Continue Reading →

New Features of Google Classroom

This article outlines some of the new features that Google has added to Google Classroom.  Some of the top features that I know you'll love include: The ability to display the class code in full screen An At-A-Glance view of student assignment submissions. Drag and Drop to Re-Order Courses on the Classroom Main Menu Transfer... Continue Reading →

Great EdTech Charging & Storage Solutions

As a Professional Learning Trainer, and Instructional Technology Director, I am always looking for great charging and storage solutions for classroom technology.  While at #ISTE17, I visited several vendor booths and found some great products.  If you are looking for classroom carts for mobile learning, take a look at these shown below in no particular... Continue Reading →

Flipping for FlipGrid

Summer will be coming to a close soon, and like many teachers, you'll be gearing up for back to school.  So to prepare, you are likely looking for that one awesome new tool to use with your students. If you are looking for the perfect tool for...  Increased Engagement The Flipped Classroom Discussion Professional Development... Continue Reading →

Creating Digital Portfolios with Google Sites – ISTE 2017

This week I had the pleasure of attending ISTE 2017.  More on that later, including some great new tools I found!  But while there I presented a 1-in-3 Session on Digital Portfolios.  Basically, I had 3 minutes to talk about my topic.  Specifically, I talked about the use of Google Sites in creating Digital Portfolios... Continue Reading →

Creating A Culture of Digital Learning

First, let me say that this article is less of an instruction manual on creating a culture for digital learning, as much as a cry for a need in culture-shift.  While I will be sharing some resources here, I am mostly trying to lead the charge and empower readers toward building that culture in their... Continue Reading →

Summer Project – Getting Started with Hyperdocs

It was about a year ago this month that I sat down to develop a 3-day workshop on Chromebooks for our Science teachers.  At that time, I had just spent the previous year working with our ELA teachers on Chromebook deployment in the classroom.  As I was  working on curating resources for teachers, I ran... Continue Reading →

Make-Up Work, Google Slides & Google Sites

As teachers, we all know the inevitability that is make-up work. No matter how much you prepare, or provide assignments ahead of time, there will always be the student that misses class and needs access to make-up work. PBS Digital Innovator, Jared Morgan shared this tip with me at a Google Educator Level 1 Bootcamp... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday – TEAM DRIVES

This is a video I posted a few months ago, outlining Google Drive Team Drives.  This is a great tool for Faculty, Staff, and students who want to share files with a group, but without losing access if someone leaves the organization. Take a look...

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