Love it or hate it, Google is the new game in town this year with all the excitement and many capabilities it brings. However, this tool definitely has a “darker side” when it comes to managing the online Google world. That Continue reading Quick Tip: Finding the Way Home Among Google Tabs
December may be a short month due to Winter Break, and it’s just now only January 15, but the DTRTs continue hitting the streets in an effort to spread peace, love, and instructional technology to all teachers and schools. In Continue reading Short But Sweet: DTRTs Takin’ It to the Streets
Exporting grades allows the teacher to see the grades for all students in a class at one time. You can choose to download all of the grades from one assignment or every grade from every assignment. This feature was added in Continue reading Google Classroom: Exporting Grades
Did you make a New Year’s resolution? Maybe to eat healthier, exercise more, organize your house or work less? Each and every year I get excited to make new resolutions and each and every year, I realize I was over Continue reading A New Year…Some New Resoultions
Thanks to Dave Carty, FCPS Technician, for this month’s “TIP from a Tech” article. Check out more of Dave’s blog “Schooled in Tech”. There are tons of apps and extensions in the Chrome Web Store. These can be used when Continue reading Which Chrome Apps & Extensions Can Students Use in FCPS?
Often when I write each month, my topics are inspired by the projects I’ve been working on, the learning I’ve seen take place in classrooms and the conversations and work that are taking place across the district. Somewhat unexpectedly, the Continue reading The Paperless Classroom – A Dream or a Reality?
Many students around Fayette County participated in Hour of Code back in December and their teachers have shared ways they implemented the resources in the classroom. We will be sharing their stories over the next few months! From Paul Laurence Dunbar Continue reading Hour of Code: Tales from the Classroom
We all know how quickly technology changes and with that in mind, the International Society for Technology Education (ISTE) is committed to making sure our national student technology standards address the needs of an ever changing society. Do today’s students Continue reading ISTE Student Standards Getting an Update: Input Requested
Often when I speak to people from the western US or from the Deep South, they mention how beautiful it is to travel along Kentucky highways and to observe the bright foliage during the fall season. Most years, Kentucky has Continue reading The Many Shades of Office365: Outlook Email Tweaks and OneDrive Update
Looking for a quick and easy way to find Fayette County’s PD Menu? Visit http://www.fcps.net/ Following the forward slash at the end of the web address, type PD (not case sensitive) and press Enter. So: www.fcps.net/pd Thank you to Pete Koutoulas Continue reading New Shortcut: FCPS PD Menu