This past Friday I attended EdcampCT and had a great time learning, sharing, and meeting new people. I facilitated a discussion about Evernote and one of the questions I got was “why not just use Google Docs for notetaking?” I went on to explain all the features of Evernote but wanted to expand on it a bit.
I’m a huge user of Google’s many apps and services. I use Sites, Blogger, Chrome, Chromebook, Android, Search, Reader, Calendar, Gmail, Tasks, and much more. While I have shortcuts on my new tab page in Chrome and on my Chromebook, I can’t fit all of them on one page. iGoogle is also being shutdown so I won’t have
School is starting soon, or has started in some places, so I thought this would be a good time to share a bunch of great resources for new teachers. Us veterans can use these too! Please share with your colleagues. Here is a collection of resources for New Teachers: New Teacher Advice and
13 Free iPad Spelling Apps to Easily Teach Kids to Spell Correctly Tags: no_tag Digital Classroom Savings Guide – How Much Can You Save? Did you know that the average American teacher spends $443 of their own money each year on classroom supplies and teaching materials?How much did YOU spend last year? Tags: classroom, savings,
Enjoy the DEN Weekly Update for August 17, 2012.