App Spotlight: iorad (video)

When I’m trying to teach my students how to use any kind of ed tech, I inevitably have to put together some kind of tutorial to walk them through the process. I spent a lot of time taking screenshots, typing instructions, and organizing it into an easy-to-follow tutorial. It took a long time.

3 Steps to Add a Table of Contents in Docs (Video)

If you’ve ever created any kind of lengthy Google Doc, then you know how annoying it can be to try to scroll through a long document to find a specific page. Google Docs will create a table of contents for you in just a few simple steps.

Using Various Question Types in Google Forms

Google Forms is a great app that you can use to gather information from students, parents, and colleagues. Forms has several different types of questions that are useful in many ways. Here are a few ways you can use each type of question in Forms.

Twitter for Education: Using Social Media to Expand your PLN

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, you name it, there’s a social media app to go along with it. Social media has saturated our culture, for better or for worse. Whether you like it or not, this is a part of our culture. And like many things, it can be both beneficial and harmful.