Asking the Right Questions about Educational Technology

What people think of as the moment of discovery is really the discovery of the question. — Jonas Salk When we make decisions about the technology we use in our classrooms we very often ask the wrong questions. We think about how we can use the latest, greatest, coolest tools and gadgets available to get students in …

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google jamboard for remote teaching

The Beginner’s Guide to Google Jamboard for Remote Teaching

Google Jamboard is the interactive whiteboard app for Google’s Workspace suite of tools. Of course, there’s also a physical Jamboard you can purchase but many schools are using the web version of Jamboard with their students. Accessible through the Chrome Web Browser, it’s a great tool for remote learning. Here’s our guide to using Google …

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How to Create Drag and Drop Activities in Google Slides

Google Slides isn’t just a handy tool for presentations, it’s also a powerful tool for creating student activities. And, with a little work, you can make your Slides interactive. Here’s some guidance on how to create drag and drop activities in Google Slides that any teacher can start using right away. This post refers visitors …

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How to Add Citations in Google Docs

Open the Citation tool In Docs, open a document. Click ToolsCitations. Select a formatting style. Add a citation source In the Citations sidebar, click + Add citation source. Select the source type and how you accessed the source. Enter the citation details. To add multiple contributors, click + Contributor. If a contributor is an organization rather than an individual, click Corporation/organization. Click Add …

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