Topics covered during Tech Talk Wednesday
Held in Faculty Room during lunch blocks
In order to develop World Class Learners we need to reach outside the four walls of our classrooms. Microsoft offers a wide variety of free courses and resources to help you expand your classroom. Check it out!
Interested in creating a Google Site for your Classroom? Google has really simplified the process of creating a Site. This is a great option if you have an abundance of information for students in the about section of Google Classroom. Now you can link your Google Site to your About section and better organize your information.
Watch the video below:
DId you ever think to create a form for yourself to collect student data? You can also create surveys, a quick student poll, sign up sheet, lesson plan or . Below are links that will elaborate on the many uses of Google Forms.
Don't underestimate the power of Google Forms!
Create easy videos with the Screencast-O-Matic Pro Version. Videos can upload directly into your Google Drive.
Click the link below to see a video on how to get started:
If you love it and would like to upgrade to the Pro Version, email and let me know. I will send you the link for the upgrade!
Document Scanning Apps
o Office Lens – turns your device or phone into a fast, efficient scanner. Take a picture of a document then import directly into OneNote.
o Text Fairy – OCR Text Scanner (Sorry you Apple Users – this is currently only available as an Android App.) Take a photo of a doc and convert it into an editable/searchable text.