Going paperless is a lot of work. I am not joking. But the payoff? Never having to teach with paper again. Imagine…you will never have to print out another copy of a worksheet, test, email, reminder…yeah, anything. I basically haven’t had to print a thing since 2014. It is no secret that having 1-1 Chromebooks makes
I am awesome at finding the right technology for my classroom. Finding a good mind mapping tool for teachers was an epic failure. I have tried the big names like Mindomo and MindMeister. I wanted a way to quickly create a workflow chart for the online graduate course I am taking on designing online courses.
Your to-do app does its job, keeps your lists the stuff you need to get done. Are you asking your app to do everything you need it to? Probably not. Have you chosen the best to-do app? Are there are often features that are included in apps that you are not already using but
Ideas for lessons can come anytime. It is best to keep everything organized in one place you can trust. Lesson planning with Evernote solves that problem. When I first started teaching, I lesson planned with binders and formally written lesson plans. My college classes taught me to fill out formal lesson plans for every lesson.
I hear many teachers frustrated about the lack of student organization. As a teacher myself, I completely understand. Organization: A Common Frustration Us teachers take the time to find the best educational material, spend hours creating lessons, go through the trouble or copying/posting assignments all for students. It can then be frustrating when students don’t