Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Protect Your Digital Identity!


WIRED Magazine published a great article by Lo BĂ©nichou
How to Protect Your Digital Self

Check out the eight easy steps you can take 
to build your own personal protection plan.

See the full article HERE!

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Google Slides Freebie! Scientific Method Digital Workbook

Google Slides Freebie: Scientific Method Digital Workbook
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The link below to the template is VIEW ONLY. This means you will need to create a copy IN YOUR OWN GOOGLE DRIVE to be able to edit the file and share the file with your students. To do this use the following menu path:
File > Make a copy…

Access the workbook HERE

Friday, May 12, 2017

Make Grading Comments Easier!

Yet another great tip 
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Are you tired of copying and pasting comments from another doc into Google Docs? Now that Google Keep is integrated into Google Docs, anything you record in Keep can easily be accessed in the panel. 






Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Google Forms: Student Peer Group Evaluation Template

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Teacher Tech with Alice Keeler

1. Alice shows you how to use the drop down question type to paste your student        roster in order to avoid them typing in names (which would result a messy set of data).

2. Step-by-step, she guides you though generating a spreadsheet and formatting 
the columns to automatically update the rules.

Click HERE for the instructions!
Click HERE for the template!


Friday, April 28, 2017

Jeopardy Game Templates for Google Slides

"Google Slides for Interactive Stories, Quizzes, and Games" webinar 
presented by Eric Curts
from: 

Check out the video and Eric's resources below:





Templates

You can open the Jeopardy Game Templates with the links below. Note: The templates are view only, so you will have to make your own copy to be able to edit them. Simply click “File” then “Make a copy

 Jeopardy Game - 5-topic Template - Google Slides link
 Jeopardy Game - 6-topic Template - Google Slides link 
Example
As an example of a completed Jeopardy game created from these templates, below is a link to a Math Terms game.
 Sample Jeopardy Game - Math Terms - Google Slides link
Tutorials
If you would like to create your own interactive slideshows, detailed directions can be found below in my recorded webinar training and in my help guide and slideshow linked below.

 Slideshow - "Google Slides for Stories, Quizzes, and Games" - Google Slides link
 Help guide - "Creating Interactive Google Presentations"  - Google Document link
 Training video - "Google Slides for Stories, Quizzes, and Games" - YouTube link

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Create Ordering-Sequencing Questions with Google Forms

A great tip on how to create randomized sequencing questions using Google Forms 
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You'll find the step-by-step process at the link above
-or-
view the video!



Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Canva - Awesome Online Graphic Design Tool

Want to create professional-looking graphics and documents? Canva offers gorgeous free templates, graphics and fonts. After signing up, I tried out the infographics educational section and couldn't believe how many quality templates were available! There are also cards, posters, blog graphics, presentations, eBooks, flyers, business cards, invitations, banners social media designs, and more. Wow!