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Redefining annotation: Ditch That PDF and hyper-annotate [callout]Today’s post was written by Joe Marquez, a tech coach from Clovis, California. Find Joe on Twitter at @JoeMarquez70 or on [/callout] Learning how to read and annotate text is an important skill all our students need to truly understand stories, articles, and *GULP* textbooks. This is a skill that can be learned over time. The hard reality of the situation, though, is most college level texts are now distributed in PDF or other digital formats for our students to manipulate.

powa (powablog00) - Profile Pinterest Today Explore When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures. powa 12 ways to use Google Cardboard in your class Virtual reality used to be the thing of science fiction books and movies. Now, it’s inexpensive, works with the technology we carry in our pockets, and can transform us to real and imaginary places. I remember watching Marty McFly sit at his table in “Back to the Future Part 2”, watching TV with virtual reality goggles. Among many future predictions in that movie, I thought, “How cool would that be?”

The Connection Between Verbal Abuse And Anxiety that no one talks about Studies link verbal abuse, alongside other psychological and emotional abuse with anxiety and other mental health issues. Sticks and stones may break my bones, but your words they’ll destroy me. – Cassandra Giovanni You might be in a toxic relationship where your partner has been verbally abusing you for a long time and you have simply shrugged it off or worse still you weren’t even aware of it as abuse. Does your partner tell you things that you find humiliating? Does your parent yell at you for trivial matters? Does every conversation with your partner leave you feeling worthless?

Our 2020 Google Resource Roundup Every year, I gather all the fabulous Google resources from our blog. This year, we have had so many amazing posts on topics ranging from Google Meet to Google Classroom. Check out this incredible list of Google blog posts from this past year categorized by topic/tool. Accessibility Assistive Writing Features in Google Docs – Take a look at two assistive writing features in Google Docs that are sure to help your students.Grackle Your Google Docs – Are you sure the Google Docs you create are accessible by all your students? If not, find out how easy it is to check with Grackle Docs.Make Audio More Accessible with YouTube Playback Tools – Tired of listening to slow YouTube videos?

25 FREE Google Drawings graphic organizers — and how to make your own Sometimes, we just need some help organizing our thoughts — students AND educators. Paper versions of graphic organizers can do a nice job of that. But by making them digital in Google Apps, they instantly become customizable. Multiple people can collaborate on them in real time. They can be shared with a link, embedded in a website or downloaded as an image file. Google's buried treasure: 18 hidden tricks and tools Google is a behemoth. With all of its tools and apps and programs and initiatives, there’s no way to keep tabs on everything. As such, it’s easy for newer Google tools — and even some that have been around for a while — to slip through the cracks.

Free photos, icons, magic and more with Google Slides add-ons Imagine, for a second, that Google Slides is a Shop Vac. (You know, one of those short, wide wet/dry vacuum cleaners with a hose.) Go with me on this … Easy-to-Use Supports for Students in Google Workspace During the pandemic, many teachers turned to Google Workspace for instruction. They used Google Classroom to distribute assignments and grade work and Google Docs and Google Slides to create interactive tasks for their learners. The ease of use and collaboration possibilities within Google Workspace have made it a staple for virtual, hybrid, and in-person instruction. But I found that students needed tools that do more than just put their assignments in front of them. Whether students were learning at home or were present in the classroom, they needed support while working on their digital tasks, particularly direction clarification or answers to their questions about assignment expectations.