Si no has escuchado de If This, Then That (IFTTT.com) te lo recomiendo. Este sitio ofrece varias fórmulas para automatizar varias cosas en tu vida. En tu vida personal, puedes mantenerte al tanto con noticias que te interesan, que te llegan directamente a tu correo. Pero, ¿cómo te puede servir de maestra o maestro? ¡De … Continue reading ‘If This, Then That’ – Fórmula para Automatizar tu Vida
I’ve mentioned ‘If This, Then That’ before in a previous post, as the ‘Master of Automation’ but what if we put this master of automation to work in our classrooms? If This, Then That (IFTTT) is a great tool that allows you to use “applets” that follow the basic logic their name suggests. One … Continue reading If This, Then That: Track #hashtags
Whether we like it or not, keeping office is part of our job as teachers. It’s important to keep organized and know how to make the most of the tools available to make efficient use of time, since there is always so much to do. One great way is by making use of the templates … Continue reading Business Templates – Professional & Pretty
Whether we like it or not, keeping office is part of our job as teachers. It’s important to keep organized and know how to make the most of the tools available to make efficient use of time, since there is always so much to do. As a teacher, it is not uncommon to advertise office … Continue reading Office Hours with Google Sheets
For those who use a reading log in class, a Google Sheet is a great way to keep track of this. Each student can share their own reading log with the teacher, to be filed in a folder specific to the class and section, or if your class size is small, you could create one … Continue reading Keep Record with Google Sheets
Google Drive has always allowed for the use of templates--but the template gallery before was an endless repository of not-so-great looking designs that were difficult to sift through. Now, Google has updated with some professional looking designs for all of its apps: Docs: docs.google.com/ Sheets: sheets.google.com Slides: slides.google.com Forms: docs.google.com/forms Personally I love these new … Continue reading G Suite Makes Things Easy!
One great way to use Sheets with teachers or others who may not have or use Google Drive is to share with them using the “Anyone with the link can edit--no sign-in required”. This way, the individual will not even need a Google account in order to access and edit alongside everyone else. It’s a … Continue reading What to do with G Sheets?
Google Sheets can seem pretty boring and flat, but it can allow for dynamic activity with students. One easy way is to use Sheets to log data collected from class surveys, lab results, or other information gathered. Students can learn to take control of their lives and their schedules using premade templates in Sheets that … Continue reading Engage Students with Google Sheets
Flubaroo is an add-on provided in Google Sheets, that works directly with Google Forms. When you designate a destination for your Google Form results, adding Flubaroo is a cinch. Simply search for it in the add-on menu, and then activate it for your particular sheet. First, you will need to find the add-on menu, and … Continue reading Google Sheets: Flubaroo
Technology has always appealed to me, though as the online world has grown, so has my love of and use for it. After becoming a teacher, I find even MORE ways to use tech tools every day, to help me and to help those with whom I work. That means other teachers, my administrators, my … Continue reading Tech advantage #1