OneDrive on the iPad

There was a day in BV where the iPad would not work inherently with the iPad to view and edit the users working files (Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Well, that day o365-in-ipadis gone!  If you have your working files in OneDrive, then you can also work with them on an iPad (and other devices, but that is a different post)!

If you still have your working files on the HDrive, what are you waiting for.  Move them to the cloud!  Directions

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Techie Teacher – Julia Fulbright

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JULIA FULBRIGHT

It became clear during new teacher week that Julia is an excellent teacher.  She could be found well before and after hours getting ready for her students. She was invariably doing something that I thought would be interesting to her students.  If you see Julia, you will see a pleasant smile on her face which shows how open she is to just about anything, technology included! Here are some of the technology integration web2oOLS that you will see in Julia classroom:

  • Nearpod– she did an amazing job of training a group of us in March.
  • Google Drive – she uses ALL of Drive!  Her latest revelation is rubric scoring on forms with NO PRINTING!
  • She hosts her classroom website at Weebly.
  • She uses Google Calendar to organize her homework and schedules – embedding them into her Weebly site.
  • She uses Socrative and Kahoot to collect formative data.
  • She uses Edpuzzle – you can create your own or use already made videos that embed questions / interactions within the video, making the video engaging.
  • I know she does so many more techie things, but these are just a few!

Every time I talk with Julia, I walk away with a new idea!  She is contagious, so watch out 🙂 If you have not found her, please do so quickly and soak up new technology integration ideas.  Sadly, she is leaving us and going on to a new adventure.  Her new students, staff and community are so lucky get her.  I am sure I am not alone to feel really sad to see her leave.  BVW will miss you Julia!

RefME

Scan your book or journal barcodes to easily acquire and generate references in seconds using your phone’s camera.  You can reference any source: books, articles, webpages, videos, newspaper, legislation, artwork and more!  It includes over 7,500 reference styles (who knew there were that many to begin with), including APA and MLA.   BV folks, you can sign in with your Google email so you won’t have yet another username and password to remember.   See my instructional video to see just how easy this is.