Certify’em Has New Options for Automatically Issuing Certificates from Google Forms

Certify’em is one of my favorite Google Forms Add-ons. With Certify’em activated you can automatically issue certificates to students when they get a passing (or better) score on a quiz in Google Forms. You can see a demonstration of how it works right here. This week the developer of Certify’em, Dave Abouav, added some advanced […]

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Flipgrid’s Mobile App Now Has Basic Editing Options

Buried in amongst the other Microsoft EDU announcements that were made this week was the news that Flipgrid’s mobile app was updated. The latest version of the Flipgrid mobile app has a basic editing function that will let students trim the beginning and or end of a video before submitting it to a grid. Additionally, the […]

SpeakPipe Adds New Landing Pages for Gathering Voice Recordings

SpeakPipe is a service that I have used and recommended for many years. It’s a service that provides you with the ability to collect voicemail messages through your blog or website. Simply create a SpeakPipe account, place their widget in your blog, and then visitors can click the widget to record and send you a […]

#GAFE Resources From Fresno Workshop

I’m in Fresno, CA right now, having spent yesterday training another district on GAFE. As I promised, I’m sharing the digital resources from the presentation, as well as some of my other Google resources.  Please feel free to use and share. Workshop Handbook – Make Best Use Of Free Google Apps And Tools To Enhance […]

Gotta Catch ‘Em All….In The Classroom?

Yesterday I attended Edcamp Leadership South Jersey for another great day of learning with fellow educators.  As usual, there were a lot of fascinating sessions to attend.  While we were watching the session board fill up, I was chatting with Brian Costello about the world’s obsession with the new Pokemon app.  I have never been […]

Student Guest Post 4 – Shayla

For the project in STEM lab we had a challenge. We had to make a design for a ninja who was a secret rock star. Mrs. Martin gave us what we had to make.  The challenge was that we had to make something for a ninja that was not invented. Our team decided to make […]

Student Guest Post 3 – Hannah

Ms. Martin did a “Design Challenge” for all the students in JMT. I enjoyed it, especially the posters because I love drawing. It was nice to use different materials, such and styrofoam and clay, to build different machines. You got to work with other classmates, maybe ones you don’t hang out with much. My team […]

Student Guest Post 2 – Danielle

My extraordinaire project was a flying- recliner chair for a wizard. Though I was the only girl, I had fun because everyone pitched in and agreed on almost everything. The recliner chair turned out great.   This is what how it turned out. This project was the funnest one I’ve ever had to do. All […]