One Tool That Gets Me Through It All

Nearpod. Flipgrid. Jamboard. Canva. I hear so many tech tools being touted as the “best” tool for my classroom. Most of us have identified our go-to tool and we even get slightly offended if others disagree or believe there’s another one better out there. Every tool serves a purpose and we, as instructional designers forContinue reading “One Tool That Gets Me Through It All”

Add Borders to Your Google Docs

The Google Suite – Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc. – has been a life-saver throughout my pandemic teaching. Along with Google being my go-to, there are still some features it is lacking. One such feature is the ability to add a border around my Google Doc. While I know I can already do this in MicrosoftContinue reading “Add Borders to Your Google Docs”

Ideas for Using Word Cloud Generators in the Classroom

Word Cloud generators have been around for a long time. I remember in my early years teaching I would use a word cloud generator (the name eludes me now) where I had to type in all of my students’ words/phrases to come up with a generically shaped cloud of words. Word Cloud generators have comeContinue reading “Ideas for Using Word Cloud Generators in the Classroom”