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Bob Cornell Jul 15
We all had our own floppy disks to save our work on when I was in school. My fourth graders who save thing to Google Drive would laugh at those if I pulled them out today. ,
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Nathan Stevens Jul 15
Welcome to . Go ahead and introduce yourselves and is Prime day YEAH or YAWN
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Theresa Turner Jul 15
A2: Versatile, user-friendly, adding features and growing with the progression of technology without compromising ease of use.
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Nathan Stevens Jul 15
Ok it is time to get this chat rolling
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Craig Yen Jul 15
A4) I look at the financials of all companies that I choose to work with so that I'm not in a position of supporting the wrong horse.
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Alyssa LaFever Jul 15
A2: I'd say ease of use and the intuitive nature of the interface. If I have to read 7,000 help forums to figure it out, I'm not using it!
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Theresa Turner Jul 15
A4: If you focus learning on your purpose not a shiny new tech tool, it is easier to keep your eye out for other tools that have similar usability.
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Twinkl Go! 17h
Did you know about easy child access to Twinkl interactive resources? This blog tells you all you need to know:
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Sarah Hanawald Jul 15
Replying to @nathan_stevens
I think that the every teacher who ever had a trapper keeper and a locker needs to spend enough time with OneNote to understand just how powerful it is for students and adults.
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Lauren Peppers Jul 15
A3: flash drives since the drive saves work automatically! I love it! That way I don’t have to worry about not saving something!
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Debbie Tannenbaum Jul 15
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Mr. Heath Ahnert Jul 15
Doctopus is hanging on injesting Google Classroom assignments. Who changed? My district’s domain? Classroom? The Doctopus add-on? Help! All grading has come to a halt!
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E Orf Jul 15
Replying to @nathan_stevens
My SMARTboard and doc camera
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Bob Cornell Jul 15
Q7 As a public school teacher the change in the cost of a tool can make all the difference in the world as to whether it stays or goes. It's got to fit the budget.
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Debbie Tannenbaum Jul 15
A3: Clicker 5 and Netscape Navigator
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Bob Cornell Jul 15
Q4 Like anything with teaching you have to be flexible and adaptable. This is true for technology and everything else in the classroom. ,
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E Orf Jul 15
A5: All things Google (forms, docs, email...etc), youtube, PhET Simulations
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eCubed Training Jul 16
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GrammarFlip Jul 16
Save time in class and flip your grammar instruction! Try GrammarFlip for free!
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askMyClass Jul 16
The technology is here. How are we preparing our students?
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