REPLAY: Flipgrid Do’s and Don’ts

Flipgrid has published a list of Do’s and Don’ts for getting started using Flipgrid in your classroom. Do’s Do read Flipgrid’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use Do follow your school policies around using the application and sharing with other schools Do clean up the student content when you no

REPLAY: Social Media Dos and Don’ts for Educators

If you are looking to enhance your classroom experience for your students through social media, here are some quick dos and don’ts in that practice: Dos Do use separate personal and professional social media accounts. Putting a boundary between school and personal life is good for your career and less stress

IM Creator

If you are looking for a simple, easy to use, free place to design, publish, and host a website then you need to check out IM Creator. IM Creator makes is really simple to design a website from one of their many free templates that are responsive and intuitive. They

Senate Bills 632 and 238

Senate Bill 632 provides for surveillance cameras to be placed in special education classroom under very specific criteria. The request must be made from a parent or guardian of a student in the classroom, an educator or aide working in the classroom, or a member of the school or district

Fix OneNote Class Notebook Permissions

If you use Microsoft’s OneNote Class Notebook with your students and have encountered issues with the section permissions there is a simple fix for that. Mike Tholfsen (@mtholfsen) recently shared a link (see his Tweet here) that will allow you to quickly, and easily fix those permissions with the click

Senate Bill 1

In the most recent legislative session, the West Virginia legislature passed several bills directly related to education. Senate Bill 1 provides for a tuition free education to obtain a certification or associate’s degree at one of the state’s public community and technical colleges. In-State residents who meet specific criteria would