Full day workshops are $165.00 at the ICE (Illinois Computing Educators) Conference. The App Creation for Teachers session, led by Jim Shese, covered exploring free and low cost app building sites such as Appypie and iBuildapp and it was fun … Continue reading
I have seen Jennie Magiera (@MsMagiera) speak on a few occasions and she is always vivacious. Her charismatic personality and her love for all students everywhere shines through. One of the things she spoke about during her keynote speech at … Continue reading
Today I saw my first 3D printer and my first RaspberryPi computer. The annual $5.00 Nice MiniConference #niceminicom took place at Niles North High School in Skokie, IL. There were so many choices that anyone was likely to find something … Continue reading
When you take a picture with your iPad it goes into your Camera Roll. It’s simple to then save it in your Google Drive. Here is how to do it.
Many times it is possible for end users to solve their own problems by doing a Google search. For instance, if you see an error or warning message on your screen while in a software program, type the exact wording … Continue reading
I just came across this method of forcing a student to save a copy of a spreadsheet to their Google Drive. I tried it out today, and it works nicely and is very easy to do. Here are some quick … Continue reading
I just downloaded Online Video Converter, a Chrome extension that I think is going to come in handy. It converts formats to MP4 as well as to other formats. Sound can be extracted from video too. If you are using Chromebooks … Continue reading
Photo Pin is a useful source for students to use to find photos in the Creative Commons posted on Flickr. After entering a Search field, a page with photos on that topic appear. You can choose Commercial or Non-Commercial as … Continue reading