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Getting Organized with Cloudbased Storage

In my last few posts, I’ve shared how I’m organizing my math ISN. (You can click here to read that post if you missed it!) Today, I thought I would share how I organize my folders with cloudbased storage. I… Continue Reading →

What is Symbaloo?

Symbaloo is a free social bookmarking tool. It is great for teachers who want to direct their students to specific websites. You are able to organize and store digital links in the cloud so they are available anywhere and on… Continue Reading →

Pinterest a Social Network for Teachers

  Everyone loves Pinterest and there are a lot of us that are addicted to it!  Pinterest is a great social network for teachers to organize and present information to students.  It is also a great way for students to share… Continue Reading →

Free Handwriting Fonts!

I LOVE fonts!  I love fat fonts!  I love skinny fonts!  I love wispy fonts!  I love free handwriting fonts!  I love wingding fonts!  I LOVE ALL FONTS!! There are a ton of places on the Internet to find cute fonts…. Continue Reading →

Teacher Productivity Apps

My Favorite Teacher Productivity Apps

ELL Apps

Student Apps

Reference Apps

Presentation Apps

Create a Pinterest Collaborative Board

A Pinterest collaborative board can be very useful to teachers.  You can have students create boards on specific topics, have them work in groups, create presentations, and so much more! Ideas for Using Pinterest Collaborative Boards for Teachers Planning – are… Continue Reading →

Create a Teacher Pinterest Account

Pinterest is WONDERFUL! It can be used in so many different ways from your personal life to business to education. There are so many resources on Pinterest, you will want to create a teacher Pinterest account!  Let’s do that now!… Continue Reading →

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