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Category Archives: Patrick Cauley
Teacher Made is a website that will take a PDF, JPG, PNG, GIF or DOCX (Microsoft Word file) and add interactivity to it such as text boxes students can fill in, multiple choice questions and more. It basically allows you … Continue reading
UPDATE: I’VE INCLUDED THE LINK TO THE CALENDAR, THE GOOGLE FORM AND THE ZAP AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST Here is the problem. Our teachers want to have a shared assessment calendar. That way they can see what tests … Continue reading
Hey are you looking to buy bridge? I mean who doesn’t need a bridge? I’ll sell it to you and you can charge a toll for all the cars, bikes and people that will cross it and before you know … Continue reading
Normally, these are done in person and occasionally over a phone call, but 2020 is definitely not normal and now schools are looking to do these through video conferencing apps such as Zoom, Google Meet and Microsoft Teams (Skype). I … Continue reading
READ ALL THE REVIEWS ON THIS PAGE – STREAMING IN THE CLASSROOM SERIES This is the final post of this series. I’ll link all the reviews at the end of this post and link them all on their own page. … Continue reading
I applaud Google and Microsoft for their efforts for beefing up Google Meet and Microsoft Teams respectively, but honestly speaking, if you are looking for a video conferencing application for your school or district, then Zoom is still your best … Continue reading
READ ALL THE REVIEWS ON THIS PAGE – STREAMING IN THE CLASSROOM SERIES Not too long ago I reviewed the Barco WePresent and found it pretty good especially at its price point. Now we are taking a look at the … Continue reading
I am sure many of you are teaching from somewhere other than your classrooms. If that is the case, then flexibility and leveraging other websites for services and content is something you are keenly aware of and possibly in search … Continue reading
Like many other schools around the world we have closed due to the Coronavirus. In light of these circumstances I thought I would share our school’s Distance Learning Plan. I’ve embeded it below, but if you would like a link … Continue reading