As I sit here waiting for Hurricane Dorian to make its turn away from my home in South Florida, I was thinking about all the different people, hashtags, and groups I follow or am a member of that have to do with #edtech. Each day I read about ideas, projects, etc. My favorite thing is to read tech tips. From the simplest key stroke combinations, to an app that someone loves, tech tips can be transformational in the classroom.
So many of us have friends we pass tech tips between. My buddies, Jenny O'Sullivan and Nicole Rubin (aka #ThreeTechieBirdies), are two of my favorites to chat with. We always pass tech tips back and fourth. So in an effort to be more in the moment and to #StopTalkingStartDoing, I decided to take this extra time I have been given to make a resource that I hope will build into something that can have an impact beyond my classroom or school walls. I made a Google Form where anyone can add tech tips. and I want to use #techtipsforteachers to get even more teachers connected.
Remember, this resource is only as good as the tips that are submitted. Please share all your tips! I can't wait to learn with you all the tech tips that people have!
ADD YOUR TIPS HERE --> bit.ly/addtechtipsforteachers
Then once you add your tips, be sure to check out the results at bit.ly/techtipsforteachers. Now back to waiting for Hurricane Dorian to make up his mind where he wants to turn.... #FloridaProblems