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  • Website Wednesday: Free Technology for Teachers

    Posted by STACI SEBESTA on 5/30/2018 6:00:00 AM



    Free Technology for Teachers is an outstanding resource which provides an enormous list of free classroom tech resources.  The site is broken down into a variety of sections and provides advice on everything from starting your own class blog to implementing a 1:1 iPad or Android initiative in your school. I use this website all the time!

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  • Website Wednesday: Edcetera

    Posted by STACI SEBESTA on 5/23/2018 6:00:00 AM


    Edcetera is a pretty impressive Ed Tech site.  They've got news and interviews covering the latest trends in ed tech.  They also offer training and professional development for educators interested in integration.  Plus they've got an "on campus" section for higher learning as well!

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  • Website Wednesday: EduTech for Teachers

    Posted by STACI SEBESTA on 5/16/2018 6:00:00 AM


    A blog run by Jamie Forshey. She has put together an impressive collection of blogs, resources, lessons, PD, project ideas, and so much more.  Her site is definitely worth checking out.

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  • Website Wednesday: Educator's Technology

    Posted by STACI SEBESTA on 5/9/2018 6:00:00 AM


    Educator's Technology hosts an enormous supply of tools, guides, blogs, videos, lessons, ideas, and more.  Broken down into numerous "Top ___ lists" this site has a ton of great programs and ideas to try out in your classroom.  

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  • Teaching Tip Tuesday: Podcasts

    Posted by Amanda Castro on 5/8/2018 7:00:00 AM

    I enjoy listening to podcasts as I work grading papers or planning lessons. I really enjoy listening to the “Google Teacher Tribe Podcast”.  This podcast is hosted by Kasey Bell from Shake Up Learning and Matt Miller from Ditch that Textbook. They are a fun team to listen to and always have such great google tips for you.  Matt Miller also does a 5-min podcast called Ditch that Textbook. The Cool Cat Teacher has the 10-min Teacher Podcast and Every Classroom Matters podcast. Her podcasts consists of interviews with educators, tips and tools for the classroom. Teach Me, Teacher is another great podcast with relevant issues that surround teaching. Lastly, The Cult of Pedagogy is another good one to listen to. Jennifer Gonzalez addresses issues that are relevant to all teachers. She also has a blog that is a good read as well.  You can find these awesome educators on Twitter! I love Twitter and learn so many new things each time I am online. It is a great way to enjoy some PD at your own convenience.

             Amanda Canada

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  • MacBook Tip Monday- Quickly See Desktop

    Posted by Alicia Jordal on 5/7/2018

    To quickly see your desktop, when you have several windows open:

    place your thumb and three finders on the track pad. Moving them to the side will give

    you a clear uncluttered view of your desktop.

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  • Website Wednesday: Edudemic

    Posted by STACI SEBESTA on 5/2/2018 6:00:00 AM


    Edudemic is a powerhouse of an ed tech website.  They've got essays, videos, and pretty much any resource a student or teacher could need.  There is even a section on the latest ed tech start-ups.  If you've never checked out their site, it should probably be your next stop.

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  • Teacher Tip Tuesday

    Posted by Alicia Jordal on 5/1/2018

    Looking for teachers to share a tip!

    Do you have something to share? Let your EdTech know.

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  • MacBook Tip Monday- Paste Text Without Formatting

    Posted by Alicia Jordal on 4/30/2018

    Use COMMAND + SHIFT + V to paste text without using the formatting that changes the text appearance. 

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  • Fab Find Friday: PDF Candy

    Posted by Devon Bradley on 4/27/2018

    Try out PDF Candy for editing PDFs.  And, it's free!

    PDF Candy

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