Moving Slides in a Presentation

When using presentation tools such as Google Slides or PowerPoint you can rearrange the slides by clicking on one of the slide tiles on the left hand side. Click and hold down on the slide tile. Drag your mouse up and down to move the slide. Moving Multiple Slides...

A Call to Math Teachers: Use Spreadsheets

As more classrooms move towards 1:1 it is now feasible for students to be regularly creating spreadsheets. Almost any managerial position requires spreadsheet knowledge. When students ask “When are we going to use this?” The answer could very well be a...

Get Your OneNote Avenger Cape

This morning my daughter Bacon (not her real name, but what she goes by) saw that I got a Microsoft Avenger OneNote cape at the SXSWedu event. She was very jealous and I hope I can get it back from her. If you need your own OneNote avenger cape you can order them...

OneNote: Pin the Ribbon

By default the Ribbon in Microsoft OneNote collapses to provide extra screen space for taking your notes. If you want the Ribbon to stay expanded to give you quick access to the functions you use most you can pin the Ribbon down. Bottom Right With the Ribbon expanded,...

Office 365: Getting Started with PowerPoint

As 21st Century teachers we need to ensure that our students learn the new literacies. Check out Kathy Shrocks guide to the new literacies. Having students create presentations is a great way to improve their visual literacy skills and also to address the Common Core....

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