Category Archives: EdTech

Tech Tip: ClassroomScreen.com

My school’s technology specialist recently introduced me to a neat little tool: ClassroomScreen.com. It is designed to be projected on your whiteboard and offers a number of useful widgets: a timer, a clock, a random name picker, a QR code … Continue reading

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EdTech Conference Takeaways: Edmodo vs. Blackboard

I attended a session on Monday on Digital Assessments. The presenter went over Plickers, and then showed us how she uses Edmodo. I was really impressed with how much mileage she gets out of the Edmodo platform – posting class … Continue reading

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EdTech Conference Takeaways: Plickers

First, let me say this: I cannot wait to use Plickers in my classroom! Do your students love Kahoot? Then I bet they will love Plickers too! Bonus: the only devices required for Plickers are the teacher’s: your computer, projector, … Continue reading

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EdTech Conference Takeaways: Classflow

I am attending my county’s annual Ed Tech conference this week and have already learned so much! The first session I attended today was on Classflow, which is a lesson delivery system similar to Near Pod – slides can show … Continue reading

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Five things I love about Quizlet

One of my favorite tech tools is Quizlet.com, an online flashcard creator. A couple of features I love: 1. Searching for other sets. Instead of creating a new set of words, I often run a topical search and find a … Continue reading

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