Chris Scott gives us a tour and some insight on how to use Minecraft in your classroom to meet your students needs. Be sure to follow Chris at @cscottsy on Twitter and ChrisScott on G+
Sarah Koves (@Cera0315) takes some time to share with all of us how to use Google Classroom to make your class a little more paper free. You can also check out here website at kovescenceofthemind.blogspot.com.
Join Victoria Olson to hear about the great things she is doing with student blogs. Be sure to follow Victoria @MsVictoriaOlson and +VictoriaOlson
Check out this video from Lance Lennon, a tech director (GAFE admin genius) in Iowa, as he teaches us how to automate your grading using Flubaroo on Google Forms!
Be sure to follow Lance on Twitter @llennon and on Google + to stay on top of his awesome tech tips!
Need ideas on how you can integrate social media within your classroom? Watch this video as Jennie Magiera gives tips on how to use the power social media to enrich learning.
Creating a Works Cited can be a bit of a pain. Trying to remember all of the different aspects of a citation is not as easy as we would like and students find it just as hard. Easybib has a great Google Add-On that can take all of the stress out of citations. Emily from Easybib takes a few minutes to walk us through how to use the tool on any Google Doc that needs citation. You can find the Easybib Add-On here and you can also check out Easybib for all of your other citation needs.
Join Alice Keeler and learn how she uses gamification during her PD sessions to engage all participants. Be sure to follow Alice on Twitter @alicekeeler and Google + AliceKeeler and check out her amazing website alicekeeler.com
Watch this video to spice up your presentations for your students or staff as you can add your voice and video to your slides that are already created in Google Drive. Juan de Luca is very active on Google + and be sure to follow him on Twitter too!
Check out this video with helpful tips on maximizing your use of Google Chrome with Monica Martinez. Follow her on Twitter or on Google + to see what she's doing to change ed tech today!
In this video Kyle Pearce shows us how to use Google Sheets to Gamify your classroom. Be sure to follow Kyle on Twitter @MathletePearce and on Google+ KylePearce
Resource: Template used for Stardard Based Grades Gamified with Badges Tapintoteenminds.com