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Success Story“I was a little worried and skeptical to stray from using Microsoft Word because I had grown so used to it! However, I really think that Pages is a realistic and fantastic substitute for Microsoft Word. It was not difficult whatsoever after I learned how to use everything. I feel much more confident about using it in the future, and I would be more than willing to help guide the other English teachers in my building when the time comes.”
--Katelyn Bailey, HS Language Arts Teacher
Category Archives: TechTip
This video demonstrates how to utilize your assignments and scoresheet in different scenarios.
Do you ever get messages telling you that Java or Flash is out of date? Do you ever run into issues where programs are not behaving the way that they should? Chances are, you have a few updates to run. While the update processes on the Mac and … Continue reading
Today, we would like to share with you a few helpful communication tips when you use email. This tip will cover the importance of using a descriptive subject line, when to use CC: and BCC:, and some etiquette regarding the use of reply and reply all.
We have talked about the power of reading documents in iBooks before. The ability to highlight text, write and share notes, define key words, and have the text read to you are three tools that can help students of all ages. Now, through … Continue reading
Are you looking for a fun way to conduct formative assessments with your students or are you looking for an interactive game to play with your family and friends over the holiday break? If so, today’s tip is for you! … Continue reading
Today’s tip will show you how you can use the Google Translate app on the iPad to translate words and phrases to a wide variety of languages.
Did you ever forget to charge you iPad or your MacBook before coming to work? Did you ever accidentally leave your power cords at home and wonder how you could get through the day without plugging in to charge? If you answered “yes” to … Continue reading
Pictures and videos tend to take up a lot of space on your iPad. Sometimes, this prevents you from installing apps or updating your operating system. Today’s tip will show you how to transfer those images and pictures to Google Drive in order to free up valuable space.
For today’s tip, we wanted to share another great app called Flashcards by Cram. With Cram, students can create their own flashcards or they can search from a large selection of public content organized by topic. The app allows them to review the flashcards in a … Continue reading