What are spreadsheets again? In my last article I talked about the basic layout of a spreadsheet. I also mentioned a few of the most common uses for teachers and educators. Based on my experience, teachers have used spreadsheets primarily for the following: 1. Lists: tasks, items in an inventory, birthdays, emails, attendance 2. Grades: […]
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This is the first part in a series on beginner tips for using spreadsheets to help teachers be more efficient in the classroom. Common Digital Tools Teachers understand Google Docs & Google Slides, but not so much with Google Sheets. Word processing documents, presentation software, spreadsheets. As teachers, these are digital documents that we use […]
photo by lukas blazek on unsplash Overview Collaboration, communication, creation, workshops, conferences, professional development. These are all concepts that go hand-in-hand with teaching. Teachers are used to workshops and conferences where they are able to connect with other educators on current best practices in education. These opportunities allow them to improve on their own teaching […]
Here are a few ways to make learning maps and geography fun for students using digital resources on the iPad such as the Datawrapper website.
If you are an instructional coach, technology coach or data coach in a school or district, the following scenario might sound familiar to you. In my role as a technology & innovation specialist I am the point person for 28 classroom teachers, 22 instructional assistants and 630 second grade and third grade students. In addition […]