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Automate – Share Calendar Events With Yourself

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Recently I started a new part time job at http://schoolytics.io I’m super excited about the new job, but this means having multiple Google Calendars to check and make sure I’m in the right place. I have coded a way to automate my Calendar events to auto add myself. See below to grab the script. Google Apps ScriptYou can code Google Docs, Sheets, Slides,… Read More »Automate – Share Calendar Events With Yourself

3 Ways to Begin Using Private Comments in Google Classroom

Assign Students to Respond in the Private Comments When I first started learning from Alice Keeler, I thought it was strange how she always talked about assigning work in the private comments of Google Classroom. If you are an advanced Google Classroom user, you may be thinking “DUH,” but as someone who isn’t naturally fluent in edtech, this wasn’t a… Read More »3 Ways to Begin Using Private Comments in Google Classroom

5 Traits Student-Centered Classrooms Have In Common

Free registration requires signing up for a free OTIS account. Register to attend live or to access the recording after the event. Tech Allows Us To Do Things Differently The first time I met Alice Keeler was in San Antonio for ISTE17 and she signed 50 Things To Go Further With Google Classroom. Her inscription said, “To Melody, tech allows… Read More »5 Traits Student-Centered Classrooms Have In Common

Are you tired? Your brain needs a break!

For many of us, summer break is here, and for others, it’s right around the corner. How will you spend your time? Whatever you decide to do, make sure it brings you a sense of peace and empowerment.

5 Jams for Beginners

If you aren’t familiar with Jamboard, it’s a whiteboard feature that is compatible with Google Classroom.  It’s great for remote learning or face-to-face.  It’s interactive and collaborative! Once you start using it, it might become your BFF in edtech tools!

Clear Frame – Google Jamboard

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Brainstorm and work through ideas with students. Use Clear Frame in Google Jamboard to remove all notes, textboxes, and pen strokes.