Creating a Mystery Spot in Google Jamboard

I have found a way to hide objects in a Google Jamboard Jam. Create mystery spots in the Jam so students pull out hidden objects. Pen Stays on Top The key to a mystery spot is understanding that in a Google Jamboard Jam the Pen tool is always on top of objects. So if...

Google Jamboard: Pull a Rabbit Out of the Hat

In Google Jamboard if you have wanted to have students pull out images, pictures, or text from an object for an element of surprise try my Pull a Rabbit out of the Hat template. alicekeeler.com/rabbitjam Add Images, Text, or Sticky Notes On the Jam insert Images and...

Twitter 101 for Educators – Getting Started

Posted by Erin Whalen Are you an educator who strives to be better each day? The type of teacher who is always seeking new ideas? Maybe you’re the only teacher in your school for your grade level or content area and need colleagues beyond those four walls? Enter...

Google Calendar Find the Trash

Today I accidentally deleted an event on my calendar. I’m still not sure how I accidentally did that. So I needed to go to the trash and recover the deleted event to put it back. The trash however is not easy to find. Settings Cog Look in the upper right of...

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