Tech Tool of the Month: Edpuzzle Part 1

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Edpuzzle is an engaging tool you can use to transform videos into interactive, self-paced instructional tools for blended or traditional lessons. Choose relevant clips or full videos and add your own voice narration or discussion throughout the video or at the end. For accountability, you can also see if students have viewed the videos and … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: TimelineJS Part 2

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In part 1 of this blog, we introduced you to Northwestern University’s Knight Lab: TimelineJS and discussed the application of both the SAMR model and the Triple E Framework to help you integrate TimelineJS into your lessons. Today’s post offers detailed instructions about how to use this timeline tool and shares many classroom use ideas … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: TimelineJS Part 1

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Northwestern University’s Knight Lab: TimelineJS is a web tool you can use to create beautiful and interactive timelines. The timelines use text and media links entered into a Google Sheet template provided by the site – it’s even easier than it sounds. You can add a variety of media sources: YouTube, Google Maps, Twitter, and … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Google Keep Part 2

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In part 1 of this blog, you were introduced to Google Keep. Part 1 of this blog also discussed the application of both the SAMR model and the TRIPLE E Framework as you integrate Google Keep into your instruction. Today’s post offers detailed instructions about how to use Google Keep and also shares many classroom … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Google Keep Part 1

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Google Keep is a device-agnostic tool for note-taking, organizing, collaborating, curating resources, and sharing text, images, websites, lists, voice recordings (on mobile devices, not available on desktop), and more. Google Keep requires you to have a Google account but is free. Notes can be color-coded, and labels can be added. These reminder notes appear like … read more »