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Tech Tip of the Week

  • Managing Class Sets of Chromebooks
    I frequently get asked how teachers can organize their class set of Chromebooks to make class life more efficient. I recently came across a teacher website that lays out a very detailed process that works with students as young as TK.  If you're a teacher looking for a better way to manage your class Chromebooks, please take a peak at this site. Thanks Christine Pinto for sharing  #GAfE4Littles, @pintobeanz11  (click the image to visit the site)

    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 9:53 AM by Stephanie Toporcer
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More Tech Announcements

  • Illuminate Updates & Reminders
    • *Please don't forget to update the naming conventions of your Illuminate Assessments.  Also, the sharing rights need to be updated to common assessments. Naming Convention & Sharing Rights Reference Sheet 
    • *Two new handouts have been created and placed in the Assessments folder.  They are "Creating an Item for the Itembank" and "Creating a Passage in the Itembank"
    • *Illuminate syncs nightly with DASL.  If there is an error in Illuminate then it is also in DASL, so please let me know if you find any errors.  Also, if a student cannot sign in, it is typically a problem with their Google Account, please email the names of these students and I will have their accounts reset. 
    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 9:53 AM by Stephanie Toporcer
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Recent Google News

  • Differentiation with Google Forms!
    Check out this post by Kasey Bell of Shake Up Learning!  She breaks down how teachers can use Google Forms to differentiate!  

    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 9:54 AM by Stephanie Toporcer
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Cool Stuff!

  • History & Social Studies Sites
    Here are some cool websites for Social Studies and History teachers.

    This Day in History sponsored by the History Channel.

    History Pin: Find local history about any location you look up. Historic pictures, news articles and explanations.

    History Scene: A great site where students "investigate" history using primary sources




















    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 9:54 AM by Stephanie Toporcer
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Web 2.0 Tools

  • More fonts...
    If you want more fancy fonts for your Google docs, simply get the add-on Extensis.  Open a Google doc and click Add-ons.  Scroll down to "Get Add-ons"  Search for Extensis and add it to your Google Docs.  To use it simply open up the Add-on and start searching the column on the right side of your screen! 
     
    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 9:54 AM by Stephanie Toporcer
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