Many of our school buildings have created a links homepage for students in FirstClass. As we transition into Google here is a simple way to recreate that homepage in a matter of mere minutes!
The final installment of the Going Google Staff Toolkit video series features the 301 versions of Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Classroom, and Google Drive. These videos will show advanced features, skills and processes of the Google Apps for Education suite of applications. Gmail 301 Google Calendar 301 Google Classroom 301 Google Drive 301
Whether you’re a newbie or expert, the following infographic from GCFLearnFree may very well be worth printing out and posting in your classroom or teacher’s lounge. It briefly details the 3 top things you can do with popular Google services. Some are basic tips and some might pique your interest to learn more. For example, have you [...]
In the first installment of the Going Google Staff Toolkit we introduced viewers to Gmail, Google Calendars, Google Drive, Google Classroom, Google + and Google Hangouts. In the second installment we will dive deeper into Gmail, Google Calendars, Google Drive and Google Classroom. Gmail 201 Google Calendar 201 Google Drive 201 Article - 25 Google [...]
Welcome to the first installment of the Google Staff Toolkit. This 101 version of Google Apps for Education will be a basic overview and introduction to Google Mail, Calendar, Classrooms, Hangouts and Google+. These videos will give staff members a basic understanding of each of the areas and information about how to transition some of [...]
Every week Apple releases a best selling app for FREE. This week's app of the week is Things. Things is a delightful task manager that's easy to use, yet has all the power when you need it. Projects, tags, repeating tasks - all at your fingertips. And no matter what device you're on, Things Cloud keeps [...]
In this week's technology snapshot video I discuss three new iPad apps, ClassDojo, Endless123 and an interactive book titled The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore. And as a bonus this week, I have created another technology snapshot video discussing some of the basic tips and tricks of the iPad.
I would like to introduce you to Pickerington On the Hub website: http://pickerington.onthehub.com This website gives all of our full time staff members (both certified and non-certified) the ability to purchase software at very discounted prices. For example you could purchase Microsoft Office at the Apple Store for $139.95, but through Pickerington On the Hub [...]
The PLSD Technology Committee has created a list of suggested apps for the iPads that have been evaluated and tested. Most of these apps are free. Please feel free to add apps to the list as you find good ones! Click here to access the iPad apps list