Chris shows off his sheets skills as well as his leadership guiding the group through a fast ‘cast this week including neat tips for sheets. The new Google Maps page is hiding “My Maps,” but they’re not really gone. Fred reports on new museums added to the Google Art project and Kevin Questions the use of Google Translate and finally the gang takes on a search challenge in GooglePlus.
Finding a new and creative way to challenge my broadcast technology students for a final project is a fascinating journey for me each semester. I push myself to never offer the exact same project to the students. For the past 16 semesters, I have been successful, with only a few brain freezes along the way.
This show is designed to help with ideas for summer journaling. Keep those writing and reading skills going all through the break! These suggestions can be applied for just about any age level. Use your iPhone or iPad or any paper book and journal your way through the summer. Add some photos or a video for extra creativity!
Te@cher Tech T@lk #08 – Touch His Freakin Heart And Other Rants Chad and Judi are joined by guest Scott Meech for this episode. We share about the recent Google announcements and discuss the impact on education. We also dissect the recent “Touch His Freakin Heart” student rant at a teacher that made the rounds on the ‘tubes.’ We share some classroom connections including piloting 1:1, Rollercoaster STEM and using spreadsheets with students. Our coolest things of the week get a [...]
We showed in the past how to add advanced features into iMovie ’11, but did you know you can also customize the look of it? Here are two easy ways to change to look of iMovie ’11. iDig Video Quicktips is a quick look at some of the great video tips we have mentioned on the show. We also showcase some of our favorite tips and tricks to work with video effortlessly.
As people flock to Williston, N.D., for jobs in the booming oil industry, the public systems struggle to keep up, converting one-room school houses to accommodate the rapid rise in student enrollment. Like much of Williston’s infrastructure, there are financial hurdles to meet needs of teachers and students. Ray Suarez reports.
Join the crew this week as we dissect all the latest news and events from the last week in Google education. Tons of announcements from Google I/O as well as a bunch of new stuff that was released the day before. Images in Forms, unified Google storage limits, new maps, new scripting tools, Images Easter eggs, and lots more this week!