The iPhone recently updated it’s calendar to add a new hybrid look where I can see the agenda and month at the same time! I am very excited about this new look as it makes viewing the calendar more efficient.
Thank you Apple!
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
Check out these edshelf Collections:
edshelf is a site that allows users to create collections of web tools (including apps for iOS and android,) rate and recommend them for others. I have compiled my collections and a few others here for you to look at, including STEM tools, Special Education tools and reading, writing & literacy.
I have been radio silent for the past few weeks on the blog but not on Twitter! I have been doing many professional developments for teachers and schools (the presentations can be found under the Professional Development tab) and have done some training on many different apps and web tools. The one I ALWAYS show and spend time on is SymbalooEDU! This amazing and FREE web resource allows teachers to create Continue reading
60 Educational Apps in 60 Minutes
This was a Prezi that a colleague of mine stumbled upon and shared with me and I thought I’d share with you! Continue reading
5 fave apps that all teachers, students and administrators need!
Evernote is an app that keeps everything organized for you using tags and a notebook based filing system. This app is available on ANY device (computer, web, smartphone, tablet) so if you have an internet connection you can access your data. You can type directly into Evernote, upload documents, insert pictures, record audio, clip from a web browser and more. For more information on Evernote see my other posts. Continue reading