Using Google Apps in a Math Classroom This week I am hosting some guest bloggers. This is a guest post from Bethany Mager. I have been teaching high school math for 12 years and I currently work to help teachers integrate technology in our 1:1 high school using Google Apps. Collaborative Challenge Problems The best part of using Google in the classroom is having students collaborate with each other on a document. Screenshots I love using online math tools in my classroom, including Desmos and GeoGebra. Images Of course, it’s true all math students must still do most of their work using pencil and paper. Students submitting images through Classroom also makes it really easy to share and discuss their or student work as a class. Forms One of the first things I used when we started using Google Apps was Forms.
Apple iPhone School 10 useful iPhone tips & tricks The iPhone, like the Mac, is extremely simple and intuitive to use. Odds are that you’ve never even cracked open the user manual since the way just about everything works is pretty obvious. But its simplicity can be a double-edged sword… there are many small “convenience features” that are often hidden away. If Apple exposed them in a more obvious way, it’d take away from the elegance of the device. And its elegance is one of its strongest points. I’m sure that many of you are “power users” and probably know most of these tips and tricks. 1. Tapping the status bar (the bar at the top with the clock) will make scrollable content scroll to the top. This may be the most convenient, yet hidden feature on the iPhone. As far as I know, there’s no corresponding way to scroll to the bottom, though. 2. Simultaneously press the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons to take a screenshot of your current screen. 3. 4. Double-tap the Shift key to lock it. 5. 6. When should you turn your phone completely off? 7.
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