Category Archives: Tools for teaching

There are so many digital tools and objects on the web that it can sometimes be overwhelming. This category helps to sieve through the abundance and can be assumed that it has been trialed and found useful.

Helpful for teachers and students too!

Short post…finding this blog was like finding a treasure box! Ideal audience = teachers BUT students or anyone trying to get their head around Google Drive will love it! Why boast about this blog? Well, they followed mine first and … Continue reading

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reflections on e-teaching and e-learning

reflections on e-teaching and e-learning. I can really appreciate that this blog and the writer share a raw honesty and that both are also founded on sound pedagogy that drives that passion to be the ‘best’ teacher that one can be! … Continue reading

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Resources for Developing Online Interaction

Resources for Developing Online Interaction. A gem to keep and refer back to! Thank you Debbie Morrison (http://en.gravatar.com/onlinelearninginsights). How often do we (as teachers) search the web for helpful sound information to inform our teaching, to support the learning of … Continue reading

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iMovie trailers – A Fun & Easy Icebreaker!

Originally posted on teachingwithipad.org:
iMovie trailers on iPad/iPhone/iPod touch Here is a great ice breaker activity for you if you have a few iPads to use in your classroom. You will need around one iPad per group of 2-6…

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Thoughts About Classroom? Share Them Directly With Google!

Originally posted on Jennifer L. Scheffer:
I am beyond excited for the first face to face event for members of the Massachusetts Google Educator Group! Our event is taking place tomorrow, August 28th at 3:30 at the Google Office in…

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