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Ditch Summit: A FREE online conference for educators

Binge on FREE #DitchSummit video presentations in December What if you had access to a sort of Netflix for really good online professional development? You know, not boring videos of stuff that you’ll never use, but practical ideas. Inspiration. Plug and play activities you can use in class tomorrow. And from speakers you KNOW you’ll love to listen to. free… Read More »Ditch Summit: A FREE online conference for educators

Make Badges with Google Apps

Gamification Works!! We know when we gamify activities it increases student engagement and increased engagement increases student learning. In my webinar today I went over how to create digital badges using Google Slides and Google Drawings. Make Badges in Google Slides I have created a template in Google Slides to help you to quickly create digital badges. Create a copy… Read More »Make Badges with Google Apps

#DitchSummit: The FREE Netflix of online professional learning

Binge on FREE #DitchSummit video presentations in December A Guest Post by Matt Miller What if you had access to a sort of Netflix for really good online professional development? You know, not boring videos of stuff that you’ll never use, but practical ideas. Inspiration. Plug and play activities you can use in class tomorrow. And from speakers you KNOW… Read More »#DitchSummit: The FREE Netflix of online professional learning

Make a copy from Version History

Google Docs: Copy a Version

Extract a Previous Version as a New Document In Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings versions are automatically saved. There is no save button because Google Apps saves for you! Back in the day when I used Microsoft Word I would frequently make copies as I worked just in case the file I was currently working on got corrupted or… Read More »Google Docs: Copy a Version

Name your google Apps

Google Docs: Name This Version

Get in the Habit: Name This Version Version history is an essential component of Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings (sorry no Forms.)  One of the advantages to Google Apps is NO SAVE BUTTON. The reason there is no save button is because Google Apps periodically saves for you. Version history shows you those periodic saves. You can go back… Read More »Google Docs: Name This Version

tie dye google classroom header by alice keeler

Tie Dye Your Google Classroom Header

Tie Dye Your Google Classroom Header In Google Drawing and Google Slides you can now customize the gradient to create a “tie dye” effect. Use my Google Drawing template for Google Classroom headers to create a tie dye effect! Note: this does NOT work on mobile devices. Google Drawing only works on a Chromebook, Mac or PC. Template alicekeeler.com/gcheader Steps… Read More »Tie Dye Your Google Classroom Header

Resize the Google Drawing Canvas

Google Drawing: Resize

Resize a Google Drawing The default size of a Google drawing is 960 x 720 pixels (10″ by 7.5″). There are many reasons to need a different sized canvas. For example, when creating an image for Twitter the image needs to be 400 x 200 pixels. When I want to create badges I will use 500 x 500 pixels. (FYI:… Read More »Google Drawing: Resize

Twitter Image Template in Google Drawing

Add an Image to Your Tweet

Add an Image to Your Tweet How do you find new ideas; not just for using tech but that too? Twitter is full of innovative awesome educators who share! Create a Twitter account just for teaching and only follow educators who share, give free lesson plans, and free moral support. Follow @burgessdave @jmattmiller @shakeuplearning @ericcurts @jenroberts1 @lisahighfill @catlin_tucker @jcorippo @burgess_shelley @thomascmurray @marvelousmcc @shfarnsworth… Read More »Add an Image to Your Tweet