Did you know that you can now find printable and digital resources on Amazon? This is fairly new, but a bunch of teachers have started to upload lesson ideas, supplements, and resources to Amazon Ignite, a new branch of Amazon that is just for teachers. The site is very similar to other platforms, except for the fact that it’s on… Read More
Have you ever been to an escape room? My favorite escape room ever was a Harry Potter themed room, which included multiple Hogwarts themed clues and riddles in order to escape. When I first went to that escape room, I decided I needed to create escape rooms for my students! With the current situation that we’re in, I decided that… Read More
Seriously, distance learning is HARD! And, that’s coming from a tech guy! We all have our challenges from meeting with students, to making videos, to dealing with tech issues when things are not going as planned! Below are 7 resources that may make your life just a LITTLE bit easier! But, first, here are the winners of the $25 gift… Read More
Looking to have your students write on top of those old PDFs? This explains exactly how to have students fill in PDFs using Google Slides and Classroom.
I have had a ton of people asking me about the best way to have a live meeting with students. I am going to suggest if you want this to be truly LIVE that you use Google Hangouts Meet, and here’s why: 1. You can meet with up to 25 people at once. So, you plus another 24 kids. I know… Read More
Have you used the app Chatterpix in the classroom? If not, it’s a must try, for sure. The app allows you to make anything talk…that’s also their tagline. You can take or upload a picture of anything, which you then draw a line on. After you draw the line, you can record for up to 30 seconds. The spot where… Read More