Weekly post #48 – The four apps that everybody needs

The four apps that everybody needs

I am not sure where I came across this approach first → You should have four apps, one from each of the following areas: calendar, task manager, notes and read it later. This approach should help you be more (digitally) productive. You could use less than four as there are some really useful apps that … Read more

Weekly post #46 – Cursive, Focus time and teaching with Google Arts & Culture

Focus time

Chromebook users – it’s time to have another look at Cursive Those teachers who are luckily enough to have a C13 Chromebook should take a moment to explore Cursive again. To launch Cursive go to → https://cursive.apps.chrome The initial pen input lag issues that we present at launch seem to have been fixed. Read more … Read more

Weekly post #27 – A digital decency manifesto, rich text in Classroom, breakout rooms in Meet and an audio tour in Google Arts & Culture

Digital decency manifesto

Four things to check out. A digital decency manifesto Do we need a digital decency manifesto? Set up Google Meet breakout rooms via Google Calendar It would seem that this is now available for our @ecolint.ch accounts. Rich text in now available in Google Classroom Alice Keeler is worth following for edtech ideas and updates. … Read more

Weekly post #21 – teaching with podcasts and taking your calendar offline

Google Podcasts

Four things to check out. Using Google Podcasts You can find Google Podcasts in your ‘waffle’. This is a great option if you want students to listen to podcasts without having to download or subscribe to a service or application. classtechtips.com has a great article about ‘How to Use Google Podcasts with Students‘ here. Using … Read more

Weekly post #14 – Read&Write, Google Chat, Kahoot and Google Sheets

Schedule Google Calendar events from Google Chat

Four things to check out Read&Write for Google Chrome All staff and students at Campus des Nations has access to Read&Write for Google Chrome. For the extension to appear and be available – you need to be logged into Chrome using your school account and have sync turned on. Check out the video below for … Read more