Archive for the ‘Communication’ Category

#TeachersBeLike Hashtags for Instagram Teachers

It’s finally here! I have put together the 2017 list of hashtags to use if you are a teacher that uses Instagram already or maybe someone that wants to start today! Enjoy! If you know of another popular # hashtag on IG, please comment below and I would be happy to add it!   #teachersfollowteachers…

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Individual assignments on Google Classroom!!!

Google classroom now allows you to assign work or announcements to individual students! If you are using Google Classroom currently, this is very exciting news and hopefully it will make your job a little bit easier! This is perfect for individual learning, enrichment, reteaching, small group assignments, and differentiating. I found out they made the update…

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Certificate Magic!

If you or your school is looking for a quick and easy way to create personalized certificates, you are in luck! This amazing website does them for you in an instant! You enter your information and then download your personalized certificate as a PDF! The best part is…. you can use it as many times as…

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Classroom Attention Grabbers for students

Need some different and fun ways to get your students attention? Here are some quick and easy ways to get the attention of your students. Print this FREEBIE and hang it in your classroom for your students to see. I teach them a new one each week and then I mix it up throughout the…

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State Education Hashtags

Would you love to connect to educators from around the United States? I have a great list of education hashtags from each of the 50 states!  The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can…

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Technology in Education Hashtags

Need to stay on top of the technology education world? The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can use hashtags to find the newest of the new, participate in Twitter chats and advance your profession. I…

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Ever use Scoop it?

Scoop.it is part content curation tool, part social network. This website allows you to create boards of curated content based on topics you choose, share your thoughts on that content, and connect with others who have similar interests. Check out my YouTube channel, I have lots of tutorials on how to get started with technology…

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Education Hashtags – Elementary & Secondary

Want to stay on top of the elementary or secondary education world? The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can use hashtags to find the newest of the new, participate in Twitter chats and…

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Education Hashtags – General

Want to stay on top of the education world? The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can use hashtags to find the newest of the new, participate in Twitter chats and advance your profession….

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Managing Your Google Classroom!

I used this attached checklist to help gauge where PD participates were at in their knowledge of Google Classroom. Tools that can be used with you Google Classroom Create a Quiz using Google Forms: Google Forms is a powerful tool. With a few mouse clicks, teachers can easily create a quiz for students. Google Forms allows…

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Parent/Teacher Conferences are coming!

I have put together some quick tips on Parent Teacher conferences. First, my school uses an awesome website called Sign Up Genius! You are able to build a custom sign up page, invite your group, sign people up online and then THEY send the reminders! It’s easy and simple and solves your parent/teacher conference sign up…

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Certificate & Newsletter Generator

Happy Text Tip Tuesday! This week you can check out the attached PDF to access a website with FREE templates to create certificates and newsletters. I created a quick example pictured below on the Golden Spoon Award. I hope you find a quick and easy way to use this in your classroom or to communicate…

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