Tag Archives: QR

The Writing on the Wall and Other Things They Took Away

Twitter for Educators Last week at the request of one of our teachers I led a collaborative session about using Twitter to create your PLN (Personal Learning Network). I’m an enthusiastic Twitter user and love sharing and receiving information. Twitter … Continue reading

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How Does Your Google Form Look on a SmartPhone?

A great way to get students to quickly take a survey at your school is to post a QR code in your classroom, gym, or library. They can scan the code and quickly get to the survey. I’ve created a QR … Continue reading

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I-nigma is Lightning Fast and the MùltìSac is Featherlight

Last weekend I bought a MùltìSac Handbag (misty nylon-style) for two reasons. It is very lightweight–I hate heavy bags–and it has a special compartment for my iPad. It was $18 at an outlet store, a good price. After using it for a … Continue reading

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I have found that as I introduce Twitter to staff members, they are usually amazed at the amount of K12 information available to educators and support staff. They can quickly become overwhelmed with so much relevant information coming in. It’s … Continue reading

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