Gmail Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

I don't know about all of you, but Gmail is my best-friend. It's where I get all my emails, where I chat with my friends and family, and how I procrastinate when I have way too much going on to waste time. So, naturally, when I came across this cheat sheet from the fine people … Continue reading Gmail Shortcuts Cheat Sheet


Free App of the Week: Mathmateer

This week's free app is Mathmateer, which is essentially a space-themed game for students to practice basic math functions. With tons of mathematic challenges in the free version, Mathmateer provides a robust application for engaging elementary-aged students with topics like counting, recognizing 3-dimensional shapes, telling time and working with money. As students complete challenges, they … Continue reading Free App of the Week: Mathmateer

VideoNotes: Take Notes While Watching Videos!

I learned about VideoNotes from Richard Bryne's incredible blog, and was excited about the possibilities it holds for students and flipped learning. Basically, VideoNotes is an online tool that allows students to take notes while watching videos on the same screen, side-by-side. You can load a video on the left side of the screen by inputting the … Continue reading VideoNotes: Take Notes While Watching Videos!