Category: Web 2.0

Canva vs. Piktochart: Infographic Wars

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As a visual learner myself, I appreciate being able to see visual representations of text, data, and so much more. As a learner I am better able to digest information…. Read more »

Got Google Slides Game?

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I am a Google Slides fangirl. I use it for everything when I am teaching from created hyperdocs (more about them later), posters, stickers, and so much more. Slides is more than it appears to be.

Bitmoji Virtual Library

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If you know me at all you know I love Bitmojis. They are such a fun online sticker for education. During this trying time adding a bitmoji or two to a students assignment or adding them to my own assignments just gives my assignments a bit of flair. So much so that I created a virtual library a couple of weeks ago.

Student Engagement with FlipGrid

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FlipGrid is a tool that many staff are using to connect with students. Flipgrid is a free, simple way to foster short video-based discussions on classroom topics.

Gamification in the Library

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There are so many ways to gamifiy your library and some of my favorite ways to do this include several relatively new tools.  I like to use scavenger hunts, QR… Read more »

Many Faces of Google Searching

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If you are like me you are constantly using the search function in Google Drive.  You are also a person that uses Google Chrome’s omnibar for everything.  Did you know… Read more »

Live From Olympia

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Project Inspiration: Students are fascinated with Ancient Greece and I thought it would be interesting for students to take their inquiry questions and interest video-making and combine it into a… Read more »

WeVideo & GreenScreen

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With the shutting down of Jaycut quite a few years ago I was crestfallen to be able to edit videos with greenscreen (chromakey) online.  On the chromebooks this is challenging…. Read more »

Google Classroom: Share to the Classroom

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I was very excited about Google Classroom when it first came out and was one of the few that got access pretty early on.  My Tech coordinator was intrigued as… Read more »