Looking for something fun and easy to do with your students? Try Quizlet! Here are 5 easy things to do with Quizlet. Get started quickly and easily
Are you wondering “How are click here made?” You see “Click Here” in many websites or emails. Here are the steps for how to create your own hyperlinks so people can click here.
Digital Math Manipulatives are free and easy. Check out how to provide students with the digital tools they need to explore mathematical concepts.
Many teachers love using Bitmoji, it makes your digital interactions more personal. However, how do you get started? Check out this lesson in Bitmoji for a Bitmoji tutorial for teachers.
Use a FREE Spaces EDU account to engage and interact with students. Here are 5 steps to get started with Spaces EDU
Let’s connect at #ISTElive 22 Here is the official hashtag and tips for getting the most out of ISTE even if you are #NotAtISTE
Educator Melody McAllister shares how you can use the Spaces platform to create conversation, clear up misconceptions, and continue to build classroom community around learning targets that need to be revisited in preparation for assessments.
Guest Blogger, Melody McAlliser uses Spaces with her students because it allows for voice and choice, teachers can tag curriculum standards to learning artifacts, and students can build their digital portfolio without leaving the platform. Blast the Boring out of Book Reports with Spaces Edu!
How to Split Screen on Your Phone. You can use 2 apps at the same time! How to split screen on an iPhone. How to split screen on a Pixel. How to split screen on a Samsung.
If you missed TCEA 2022 in Texas here are the live snippets I shared. Technology connects us and brings us together. Sharing the learning is how we can all benefit even when we can not be together in person.
How To Participate in an Instagram Live. Learn from educators anywhere in the world as they share on Instagram.
Learn about supporting struggling readers with digital tools with Anna Hartranft
Feedback is really time consuming but important. Give students faster feedback with these 5 tips.
Alice Keeler was a guest on the edufuturists podcast. Check out episode #159 for how EdTech can make life better.
Students cheat with Google Translate or Photomath or a variety of tools. Do not fight it, embrace it!