Partial Screenshot to the Clipboard on a Mac
Taking a screenshot on your computer is a skill you learn early on, alongside the shortcuts for copying and pasting. In lesson plans, emails, tutorials, and other documents, sharing a picture of your entire desktop or a small snapshot of a detail happens routinely. But have you truly mastered the art […]

Master the Art of the Screenshot


Take Teaching to the Next Level
If you want to take teaching to the next level, you have to look beyond the walls of your classroom and collaborate on a global scale. Teachers must model collaboration to students so they in turn can use these skills in the digital world in which they are already immersed. We […]

Take Teaching to the Next Level


Geoboard the Math Learning App
Geoboard was one of my favorite apps for the iPad, and I just found out it is also available as a Chrome App. (It is also in the Windows Store.) Geoboard is very slick, easy to use, and fun for students. Geoboard is a virtual geoboard, so no more rubber band […]

Geoboard – The Awesome Geometry Learning App



Math students are still bound to their trusty graphics calculator. Teachers need to teach students how to use these calculators. The problem is that those devices are tiny and it's difficult to show specific steps to your students. It is much easier to project the steps you take on your calculator for all to see. This is the ultimate guide on how to run a graphics calculator on your computer, and display it on your projector.

Display a Graphing Calculator on your Computer


What is this fruit?
You can use a photo snapped with your phone to do a search with this picture. If you know where to go, it's a quick process. Let's look at how to do a search by image in Google.

Search by Image


Research-Based-Tips-for-Teachers
This week Edutopia published a very interesting list of tips to use in your classroom. I must admit that I respond quite positively to any article which promises me 5, 7 or even 10 wonderful things to read about. This one lists 26 (twenty six!) such tips. The difference with other pieces of advice for teachers you ask? Each of these research based tips for teachers are backed by actual research. I will highlight my favorite 3 tips here.

Research Based Tips for Teachers



Keep your password safe
Today we will review the best ways to keep your accounts safe. The cardinal rule is very simple to follow: use a different password for every single account you own. Sounds impossible? We will look at ways to make this happen without erasing the milk from your mental shopping list. But first, […]

Keep Your Accounts Safe


Certifications can show that you are willing to go further to learn and develop as a teacher. Certifications for a type of technology can show that you are proficient or at least a working knowledge of the software. Here are three certifications you might want to try. Apple Distinguished Educator This […]

Become Tech Certified


Media Literacy 1
A few years ago, I was using satirical news to research the accuracy of news sources. Today, there is an abundance of misinformation online which creates a great opportunity for us to teach our students media literacy with fake news. Develop Students into Knowledge Constructors In 2016, the International Society for Technology […]

Teach Media Literacy with Fake News



Lead, Collaborate, Share 1
To support our Google Reference School application, we created a video highlighting the 3 pillars of our implementation of technology at Kaohsiung American School: Lead, Share and Collaborate. Our tip of the hat this week goes to the team who helped us realized this project and agreed to be interviewed. In order […]

Lead, Collaborate, Share


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The traditional center rotation involves students moving from one area to another, and at each stop they learn something new. Using multimedia in your lessons can guide students towards accessing information they can research on their own. In this article, we will look at 3 easy ways to create media-rich lessons.

Create Media-Rich Lessons


This article might help you if you: Want a faster way to grade Use Google Apps Like to click less Several teachers at KAS are using Goobric — and it is a smooth way to grade your assignments. When asked why someone should use Goobric, teachers who are using it were a […]

Grade Your Google Classroom Assignments with Goobric