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Use the Present Moment Counter to help focus your awareness on the present moment. It helps remind you to be mindful and it keeps track of how many times each day you bring in awareness.

Mindfulness Tool Present Moment Counter

Use the Present Moment Counter to help focus your awareness on the present moment. It helps remind you to be mindful and it keeps track of how many times each day you bring in awareness.

Factile Gameshow Style Online Quiz Game Guide

• Quickly create an online quiz board game • This step-by-step guide introduces teachers to the Factile website and how to create games so they can enjoy playing it with their classes TOPICS 1. Creating an account 2. Introduction 3. Creating Questions and Answers 4. Adding images 5. How to play Total Pages: 14 pages ********************************************************************* Created by Gavin Middleton © TeachwithTech Product names, logos, brands, and other trademarks…

Google Keep Guide Notes Lists Pictures

• Quickly capture what’s on your mind and share those thoughts with students and teachers • Speak a voice memo on the go and have it automatically transcribed • Grab a photo and easily organize or find it later in search • You can create, share, and work with others on notes and lists with Google Keep • Use Google Keep on your phone, tablet, computer, or Android Wear watch • Google Keep syncs across all of your devices, so your notes and lists are available wherever you are • Use Keep on a…

Google Quiz Feature in Google Forms

Google added a feature to Google Forms for teachers so that you can now create a quiz directly in Google Forms. This guide shows you how to use this new feature through easy to follow step-by-step instructions and screenshots. • You can create a quiz with correct and incorrect answers for questions with multiple choices, checkboxes or drop-down options • Give students quick feedback with auto-marked questions • Useful insight into class performance (Average, Median and Range) TOPICS 1…

Google Drawing About Me Poster

Students will create a poster about themselves in Google Drawings. TOPICS 1. Accessing Google Drawings in Google Drive 2. Using Google images to find and save images to computer 3. Word Art 4. Fonts, Fill Color, Line Color 5. Uploading Images 6. Text Box Note: Students exemplars and a teacher recording sheet are included. Rationale • Getting to know students in a computers class can sometimes be more difficult than a regular classroom • Students will create an “About Me” poster in…

Google Sites Website Builder Activity

• Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share websites • No technical programming skills are required • Collaborate with others to create and refine sites, just like other Google Docs • It’s surprisingly easy to make a high-quality website NOTE: These instructions are for the New Version of Google Sites TOPICS • Accessing Google Sites • Use the insert menu to add content to your site • Move content, change the size and crop images • Organize the site, drag the content to…

Bouncy Balls Classroom Management Tool

Bouncyballs.org - Use this website as a fun way to monitor classroom noise levels! Show this website with the use of a projector to your students as they are working. The balls bounce higher as the volume of the classroom increases, giving students a visual indicator to lower their voices. Note #1: You will need a microphone installed on your computer for this to work. Note #2: This website is best for Elementary students. Using it with Middle School students can be counter-productive as…

EdTech Websites by Category

This resource contains a collection of over 50 educational technology websites divided into categories An image, domain name and description of each website is included Over the past 12 years, my students have successfully utilized most of these amazing websites to enhance their learning Links to TeachwithTech lessons and activities that can be used with the websites are located at the bottom of each of the description slides Use this guide as a reference for finding the appropriate…

Google AutoDraw Guide

Google recently launched this new drawing tool that pairs machine learning with drawings from artists to help students create images quickly. It is really simple to use and fun for all ages. "Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that provides computers with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Machine learning focuses on the development of computer programs that can change when exposed to new data."…

Google Drive How-To Share Video. This is part of the Teaching Tech with Toys YouTube Video Series.

Google Drive How-To Share // Teaching Tech with Toys 008

Google Drive How-To Share Video. This is part of the Teaching Tech with Toys YouTube Video Series.

Free Technology for Teachers: A New Vertical Ruler and New Margin Settings in Google Docs

A New Vertical Ruler and New Margin Settings in Google Docs

Google has added two new formatting features to Google Docs. First, there is now a vertical ruler that you can use to evenly space the rows in tables in your Google Documents. Second, you can now adjust the size of the margins in your headers and footers. Both of these changes will be helpful to those who use a lot of tables and charts in their documents. I wish that the vertical ruler feature had been available last week when I was trying to format a table to align to a sheet of name tag…

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Insert Equations and Special Characters Into Google Documents

How to Insert Equations and Special Characters Into Google Documents

How to insert equations and special characters into Google Documents

The best free technology for resources for teachers and students. Written by award-winning educator, Richard Byrne.

Supercharge Student Self-Editing Skills with this Writing Checker for Google Docs

Analyzing your own writing with a critical eye can be hard to do. I know, I try to do it every day and I still miss things that a fresh set of eyes quickly picks up. Like me, students often struggle to critically analyze their own writing. Peer editing is one solution to that problem. Another solution is to use an online writing checker the one that JoeZoo offers as a Google Docs Add-on. JoeZoo's Monkey Checker is a customizable tool that students can use to evaluate their own written work…