Getting the writing process started is difficult. Keeping it going is even harder. These online tools should help you out! The post 6 Online Tools That Will Help The Writing Process appeared first on Edudemic.
This evening I received an email from a teacher that was looking for a survey / poll creation tool that her students can use without having to create an account. Here are two options that fit that bill.
100 Google Chrome Tips for Everyone The ebook had a section on Chrome OS and Chromebooks. Since I have a new page here for Chrome OS and Chromebook tips, this page will replace those Chrome OS tips with new Chrome tips.
“ Asking how to improve your email writing? Use these formal and informal email phrases to make your business emails and general emails look great! From opening to closing. All in one place!”
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This guide takes a stroll through the alphabet to familiarize you with the A-Z of edtech terminology and online learning trends The post The A to Z Guide To Top Online Learning Trends appeared first on Edudemic.
Second-grade teacher Erin Klein wanted a classroom where students could move around freely, sit comfortably, and work together. So she got rid of her desks. (Rethink: To Foster Productivity and Creativity in Class, Ditch the Desks!
Goal 25: Be a Guest Blogger, Moderator, or Expert of The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators “In vain have you acquired knowledge if you have not imparted it to others.” ~ Deuteronomy Rabbah This year’s 30 Goals Challenge theme is, “This is MY...
Many iGoogle alternatives have popped-up on the web over the last eighteen months or so. I was never a big iGoogle user so I didn't miss it when it went away. That said, iChrome is an iGoogle alternative that I can see myself using on a daily basis.