My post back in December where I reviewed my Chromebook (Samsung Series 3) talked about how as a teacher I like to do screencasts to record my lesson for online courses (or Flipped Lessons.) The Chromebook had no decent option at that time. Well the time has come, screencasting on a Chromebook is now a real option.
Here is my 2nd attempt at a ThingLink interactive image.
This is about Open Educational Resources for teachers.
Here is my first ThingLink creation.
Know What You Can Use! Creative Commons.
Know Creative Commons by Shannon N. Tabaldo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://www.thinglink.com/scene/546529633848262658.
There is TONS of great Ed Tech content out on the Internet these days and sifting through it is time consuming and can even be futile. If you have Ed Tech idols that you follow on Twitter or that blog you may find that they also have a Pinterest account as well. If you are not Pinning or at least following Pinners you should be. It is simple, just create an account at Pinterest.com (it can link to your Facebook if you want) and start following some of your favorite people by clicking on the Pinterest logo from their blog or website.
Here are a few of my favorite boards:
I have to say…I’m Impressed
(this post was made on my Chromebook to a Word Press site.)
I have had this Chromebook less than a week now and I have tried to use it in place of my Macbook Pro. Continue reading
This is the second post in a series of posts with videos on getting familiar with Evernote. If you have been thinking of a tool for managing your work flow, or just need a tool to help you with all your paper, or maybe you want a collaboration tool, or maybe you just want to be paperless, then Evernote is the tool for you! Continue reading
A Series of “How-To” Videos on Evernote
At the recent Hack the Classroom Event, I did a session on Evernote. As we know Evernote is so robust that a 25 minute session is just not enough time to do it justice. I promised the session attendees that I would create a series of videos to get the most out of Evernote. Well here they are. Continue reading
I wanted a bluetooth keyboard for my iPad mini and I finally found THE one!
I felt like Goldilocks looking for the perfect keyboard. One was to long, one was to small, and one was just right!
I use a MacBook Pro as my primary device and I needed a keyboard that I could take to meetings with my iPad mini and I really felt that the proper keyboard was a necessity to my workflow and productivity. Continue reading