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This second grade teacher has new iPads, but needs ideas on how best to use them for learning. Check out all of the resources we provide her.
Mix the best of both worlds by using Microsoft iOS apps on your iPad. You’ll discover innovative solutions for both you and your students. Read the blog at
Playing principal whack-a-mole with problems at school can be draining and ineffective. Learn about some iPad apps that can help. Read the blog entry at
This blog showcases some Chrome add-ons of benefit to young learners. Explore them with your students to support math and language arts activities. Read the blog at
As teachers and students head back to school, here are five tips for Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) looking forward to an incoming avalanche of support tickets. Each new ticket begs the question, “What did we miss fixing or doing this summer?” Just as the tide of trouble tickets ebbs in time, so do the critical relationships a CTO must maintain. New principals and central office staff challenge the status quo of previous, well-constructed relationships. In this blog entry, join me as we explore relationship-building tips for CTOs. Read the blog at
Take advantage of these fun alternatives to share links and text in large font sizes on the screen. Go large or go home when sharing! Read the blog online at
Explore these three tips for infographic creation, straight from the “Infographics Made Simple” session at the 2018 TCEA Chromebook Academy. Read the blog entry at
Making thinking visible is so yesteryear. With new digital tools, we can now make thinking physical by building in virtual space or creating 3D designs. Read the blog entry online at
Five Google Docs Hacks

Five Google Docs Hacks


Ready to hack your Google Docs experience? Start with these five simple hacks and take advantage of some lesser known Google Docs tools. Read this blog entry at
Ready to rid yourself of duplicate files clogging your Google Drive? Then you will want to read this blog entry. It offers tips on removing duplicate files. Read the blog entry at
Educational leaders want their staff to embrace and routinely practice personalized learning. But what’s the best way to make that happen? Read the blog entry at
Learn how teaching humanities with coding can enhance learning and retention for your students using the free tool Twine and some imagination. Read this blog entry online at
Google’s Applied Digital Skills curriculum is available for free. Consider how you can apply the 5E Model to take these canned lessons to the next level. Read this blog entry at
Come along as we continue our exploration of the 5E Model + Technology in the context of a Dust Bowl lesson tied to the ISTE Standards. Read the blog online at
Karen Fuller (Houston ISD), Diana Benner (TCEA) and I recently had the opportunity to share insights into Project Management at a recent event. I hope you don't mind, but I thought you might enjoy reviewing some of the resources. This is a topic that Diana and I cover in the TCEA InfoTech Director Certification course in a bit more depth. You can see our presentation resources at Sign up for the TCEA IT/Director Certification course online at
Innovative teachers empower students through the use of the choice board, either in paper or digital format. Learn how and see examples in this blog.
Recent horrific events have brought to the forefront again the debate about online gaming violence and schools. What is your opinion on this issue? Read blog entry at
Looking for some quick, easy ways to get started with Google Docs or Drawings? You’ll love these Google shortcuts and this handy flyer. Read this blog entry at
Having trouble getting your technology aligned? Learn how to best align tools and objectives in this TCEA Responds blog for OneNote and Google Classroom. Read the blog at
Need to be able to share your educational resources and expertise with educators? Take advantage of these TCEA Responds tips to deepen engagement. Read the blog entry online at .
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