So you have a Twitter account. Now what?
For teachers, Twitter is part of an essential 21st century toolkit, but many people don’t know how to use it well. Here are six ways to get more out of Twitter.
Kiddom: Standards-Based Grading Made Wonderful
Standards-based grading can be time-consuming. By instantly crunching the numbers, Kiddom gives you that time back so you can focus on personalized instruction.
BoomWriter: A Fun Twist on Collaborative Writing
Take a look at BoomWriter, a collaborative writing tool that will bring more experimentation, craftsmanship, and fun to your writing instruction.
6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2016
Each of these tools can make your teaching more efficient and effective, and your students’ learning deeper and more engaging. Come take a look.
What’s so great about Google Drive? And why should my students be using it?
Google Drive is much more than an online file cabinet. It’s loaded with free tools students can use for serious academic work. Let’s look at what it can do.
What Is the ISTE Conference, and Why Should You Go?
If you’ve never been to the ISTE conference—or if you’ve never even heard of ISTE—this overview will help you understand what all the fuss is about.
Organize Your Projects with Evernote
Now that we have your calendar sorted out, let’s talk about those pieces of paper you’ve got scattered all over your desk, your kitchen counter, or wherever you stick them. Evernote can get all of that under control.
Organize Your Time with Google Calendar
A few months ago, I decided to give Google Calendar a serious try, and it has been awesome. Once you’ve integrated it into your life, you’ll never want to go back to paper.