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Jul 25, 16

Several years ago, I had a co-worker—we’ll call her Jane—who was assigned to work with our SVP’s office on a high-profile event. via Pocket

Jul 25, 16

Google Forms is one of the easiest ways to gather data for your spreadsheets in Google Sheets. If you’re not familiar with its ins and outs, this visual guide shows you what you need to know to get started. via Pocket

Jul 25, 16

Ransomware is one of the most chilling type of malware floating around the internet: an attack that locks a user's files hostage behind an encrypted paywall. via Pocket

Jul 25, 16

Last month I received an email from Jeffery Gordon in which he shared with me an online binary calculator that he created for his students. When I asked him for more information about the calculator and what he was teaching in general, he shared ano…

Jul 25, 16

How Can Schools Prioritize For The Best Ways Kids Learn? https://t.co/T0fmqu9q3m #education Want to sign up for a Global project? Check out https://t.co/YpbVyhMTnC #isteglobalpln #globaled #globaledchat #pypchat #globalclassroom via Pocket

Jul 25, 16

Innovation is more about mindset, than skill set.  This is something that I truly believe and focus on in my book, “The Innovator’s Mindset” (Which I think would also be a good part of this list as well!). via Pocket

Jul 24, 16

That swag was fire tonight. Thanks for running th That #gafechat swag was fire tonight. Thanks for running the show @LISDTechie - you rock! via Pocket

Jul 24, 16

Data trends from Edweek. Thank you Patrick for this write up about last night’s impromptu #EduColor chat. We keep building. https://t.co/IsbHlKLR8l Necessary work. #Educolor stepped up. I'm thankful for this community. @TheJLV @EduColorMVMT …

Jul 23, 16

Educators, especially those of you in rural communities—you shouldn’t have to go out and find good professional development on your own. Your state should provide it. But where do state administrators start? via Pocket

Jul 23, 16

Earlier this week I received an email from someone who was looking for clarification on the differences between Google Apps for Education, Google Drive, and Google Docs. That request for clarification isn't uncommon. via Pocket

Jul 23, 16

OpenEd is a service that offers a huge catalog of standards-aligned lesson plans and other resources for teachers. Today, I received an email from OpenEd informing me of their new Google Docs Add-on called Lesson Plan Tool for Docs. via Pocket

Jul 22, 16

This is what I have seen across social media the past few days: One "celebrity" share a secret recording of another "celebrity" on the phone. via Pocket

Jul 22, 16

All software is useless if we don’t invest in the greatest software in the world… the human brain. The software within our children is the most important software being created. We can’t program it. We can’t carve it. But what we put into their mind…

Jul 22, 16

Technologies can transform; even simple technologies can make a significant impact. Here are eleven of the technologies that often affect classroom procedures and workflow. Use this checklist and infographic to make sure you’ve included the edtech e…

Jul 21, 16

July 14, 2016 As we indicated yesterday, Google Forms has recently released a bunch of new features that allow you, among other things, to easily create auto-graded quizzes. As of right now, auto-grading is restricted to questions with multiple choi…

Jul 21, 16

By now, many educators are familiar with Edcamps, also known as unconferences. Hundreds of Edcamps have occurred on the ground and virtually in at least 18 countries since 2010. via Pocket

Jul 21, 16

The world is in constant change due to advances in technology, science, and innovation. What was considered “hot” a year ago may no longer be relevant today. Just look at all the new social media platforms that have sprouted since Facebook was creat…

Jul 21, 16

Whether you’ve just gone Google or have been using Google Apps for years, IT departments always have a need to train new users and keep them up to date on the latest technologies. via Pocket

Jul 20, 16

In previous posts, I showed you where you could get free help with your iPad. Apple has a number of manuals and guides you can access or download. Several of these iPad resources are available in PDF or iBook format. via Pocket

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