Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Reading and Writing Support for Google Users

Kasey Bell over at Shake Up Learning has a great post about reading and writing with Google Apps.  If you are looking for great ways to enhance reading and writing in your classroom, go check out here post: Using Google Apps to support Reading and Writing in the Classroom.
There is a webinar there and a slideshow to help you.  In Stanly County Schools and want tech credit for watching the webinar?  Email Julie LaChance

Creating Comic Strips using Google Slides

Richard Byrne has shared a great video on how to create comic strips using Google Slides.  Really easy and a great way to get your kids to share stories!  Check it out:

And if you're looking for more great info, here is Richard's Website: Free Tech For Teachers

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Geoboard for Math

Geoboard allows your students to stretch virtual rubber bands around pegs to create shapes, angles, segments, etc.  Such a great tool and so easy to use!


Chrome Apps for Learning the States

There are a couple of chrome apps available in the Web Store to help kids practice learning the states and Capitals.  Check them out!

Learn States

Learn States and Capitals

The 50 States Free

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Gradecam and Powerschool

If you are using GradeCam, know that there is an easy way to get the grades into PowerSchool!  Check out this help guide to get started. 

Monday, February 22, 2016


Another great game-based learning resource for your students.  Not only is it fun, but it's competitive!  Give SumDog a try today for math, reading and writing.