• Create accessible PDFs with the Adobe Scan App
    Many teachers use the copy machines to create PDFs from printed material.  These copies are not very clear or accessible (i.e. text to speech readers are unable to read these pdf’s) Did you know that you have the ability to create accessible PDFs using the Adobe Scan App on your iPad?  AND you can do… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Tech á la Carte 2021
    The following workshops will be opened for registration when we return from the break. More details will be shared on Monday, January 4th. In the meantime, please take a look through the offerings and enjoy your vacation! Manage & Organize Your Seesaw Life with Jackie Hoglund 1/13 & 1/20, 4:00pm-5:00pm Learn to assign and schedule activities, use folders for subjects, provide… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Create and Work with Multiple Page Orientations in Google Docs
    Google has made it easier to create and work with documents that require multiple page orientations in Google Docs. Starting as soon as December 10, 2020, you will be able to change the page orientation on a per-section basis in a Google doc. This will allow you to make room for wider content such as… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Customize text style and appearance in Google Sites
    Coming this month: you will be able to adjust text size, color, font, spacing, and more while typing in a text box in Google Sites. This will provide customization of individual words, paragraphs, pages, and sections within your sites. In 2021, Google will add the ability to create themes, which will allow you to easily… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Computer Science Education Week- December 7-13, 2020!
    December 7-13, 2020 is Computer Science Education Week!! During this week students across the globe will be participating in The Hour of Code organized by Code.org., a non-profit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in more schools. While this may look a bit different this year, it is still possible… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Grant access to Drive files directly from Gmail
    Ever forget to set the correct sharing permissions for Drive files? Google Workspace has made it easier to manage the access requests you may receive by allowing you to respond to requests within Gmail. Now you can review the request, choose the access level (i.e. edit, comment or view) and grant access directly from the… Continue reading Our Blog
  • 3 Ways to Share YouTube Links With Less Distraction
    Looking for ways to share YouTube videos with less distractions for students? Please watch this 7 minute video for 3 ways to accomplish this or watch short demos of each option: share>copy embed link type_popup after “watch” replace /watch?v= with /embed   3 Ways to Share YouTube Links With Less Distractions share>copy embed link type_popup… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Book Creator
    You can use Book Creator to share student writing & record student voice, then share class books with students and parents. Step by step directions with video clips are included in the slides below. 
  • Kialo
    Looking for an online public discussion platform designed to facilitate debates about any topic?  Try Kialo!  Kialo allows educators to create and curate focused spaces for students to work through any topic together.  It gives students and teachers the space to ask questions, discuss, and evaluate new ideas. The interface makes it easy to visualize… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Nearpod
    Ever heard of the expression, ‘what’s old is new’?   That’s how we feel about this week’s online tool! So here’s the NEW and UPDATED Nearpod! Nearpod allows you to create interactive lessons in minutes.  You can save time by importing existing lessons (pdfs, jpegs, ppts) and adding Collaborate boards, Quizzes, Polls, Matching Pairs activities… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Google for Education – Tutorials, Training & Certification
    Training videos delivered to your inbox each week to get you started using G Suite for Education Interested in the FUNDAMENTALS of Google for Education? Want video-based tutorials on Drive, Docs, Classroom, Forms, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, and Gmail? Willing to spend less than 15 minutes a week to learn new digital skills? Here’s your chance:… Continue reading Our Blog
  • Wakelet
    Wakelet is a FREE resource if you are looking for an easy way to collect, store, and share content with your students and colleagues? THIS visual content curation tool allows you to compile links (including google drive), tweets, images, text, videos, and pdf’s in one place . Each collection can then be shared via a… Continue reading Our Blog
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