Email is a great communication tool. You can quickly share teaching resources with other teachers. You can easily get instructions and praise from your principal. You can stay in touch with parents about homework and class activities. You can keep parents updated about their child’s progress (or lack of) in your class. Without email, all [...]
With Google Docs you can easily create an online form that automatically submits the data into a Google Docs Spreadsheet where you can analyze and graph it.
Once you’ve created the form, you can embed it in your Moodle course so students can submit it easily. Students can also create their own forms and post them [...]
Need a handy tutor who is always ready to help your students’ complete tasks with productivity software? What if your students want to make a bar chart from spreadsheet data, set up a three-column newsletter from a document, or add a photo to a multimedia presentation? The Intel® Education Help Guide provides step-by-step instructions for [...]
Most teachers have PowerPoint presentations they use in class to teach with. Many student projects also involve creating PowerPoints to make presentation to the class. You can easily convert these presentations to video and add narration. Then use the BCBE video sharing site to post your presentations online.
Download the free PowerPoint Video Converter
After installing the [...]
One of the most common requests we receive here in IT is for lessons that use technology but relate back to a specific curriculum. While we do have lots of curriculum specific lessons it’s nice to find one that will work with any subject area. The memory game form Atomic Learning is great for all [...]
We are hosting our first of many scheduled Breeze training sessions today. Today’s session is on Organizing Your Inbox with Folders, Rules and Formatting. This is part of a series of sessions on getting things done with Outlook.
Today’s session is from 3:15 – 3:45. I know some people have after school duties until 3:20 or [...]