EdTech Tip

During this emergency teaching time my social media feeds have been full of personal pictures, mostly from my walks, of cool and unique things in my town.  While I am working a ton, supporting teachers, it is not really pictured worthy work.  So, I’ve decided to start a weekly EdTech Tip. Head to my social […]

Online Whiteboards

Online Whiteboards are a fantastic teaching tool, especially with touchscreen Chromebooks. They can be used to screencast, for digital assessments, to collaborate on an assignment, and much more. Here are some fantastic examples, find one that works for you: Kami- install the Kami extension to open a blank, lined, graph, or music sheet. Saves to […]

Wakelet

Wakelet! I kept hearing about it at ISTE in June and seeing friends and colleagues blog about it, podcast about it, and take over Twitter sharing all the amazingness of Wakelet. Of course, I went forth and explored. I mean, I couldn’t ignore everyone’s advice. I found it to be a fantastic tool for collaborating, […]

Kami

The Kami extension in Google Chrome is quickly becoming one of my favorite tools.  Kami allows you to annotate PDFs, documents, and images. It integrates directly with Google Drive.  You can share and collaborate in a file.  Users have the option to start with a file or begin with a Blank Paper Lined Paper Grid Paper Music […]