Leadership Day 2014 The Challenge: Connect, Curate and Contribute! I’m very excited to take part in Leadership Day 2014! I feel it is important to consider all types of educational leaders, from classroom to campus level, from campus level to district level, and everyone in between. Our number one goal as educators should always be our students, […]
About Kasey Bell
Kasey Bell is an award-winning digital learning consultant, speaker and blogger with a passion for technology and learning. Kasey offers engaging staff development for all levels of educators, specializing in training, presentations, keynote speaking engagements, and consulting. Learn more about Kasey by going to the About Me page.
This is a call to all edtech bloggers who use Pinterest. I’d like to start a collaborative Pinterest board to curate the best edtech blog posts in a one-stop-shop. Collaborative Pinterest boards are very powerful tools. This board would be a great way to share fabulous tips, ideas and resources with educators across the globe. […]
Save Time and Share Files Quickly with a Google Contact Group! Do you find yourself sharing Google Drive files with the same group over and over again? You may share with your collaborative team, your department, your staff, parents or even your students. Here’s a quick tip for sharing with groups: create a contact group. Instead […]
If you use the Chrome browser, and you should, you NEED the Docs/PDF/PowerPoint Viewer extension. I have to admit that I have been remiss in including this extension in some of my presentations. I apologize for leaving it off. I have used it for so long, and it is so seamless that I forgot it’s […]
Easily Transfer Photos and Videos From Your iPad to Your Computer! SimpleTransfer is a must have an app for iOS users, and especially for teachers with shared iPads! With all of the wonderful apps we have available on iOS devices these days, it can be cumbersome to find ways to get photos and videos from […]
Ready for the NEW Google Drive? Here’s a quick cheat sheet to get you started with the Drive management window. Now that the NEW Google Drive is rolling out to users, I decided to update my cheat sheet. I broke the drive window into four sections to make it easier to read. I also decided […]
Publish Your Google Doc to the Web! Such an easy way to create a clean and simple web page! This is another one my favorite tips for Google Apps! I use this feature to quickly publish information online. Sometimes you really don’t want to just share a document. You may not need others to […]
My Top 10 Tips for Successful Technology Integration in the Classroom I have a list of tips that I refer to often when helping teachers dip their toes further into the technology integration waters. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by technology, and to get caught up with the tools instead of the learning objectives. So […]
Gamify Your Classroom With Digital Badges!Adding game mechanics to your classroom doesn’t have to be complicated. Digital badges are a great way to get started with gamification. Recognize learning achievements in your classroom with badges to motivate and challenge students to reach the next level. (Tip: Badges are also very motivating for teachers!) There are several […]
How to make a copy of those great Google Presentations and Google Docs being shared at #ISTE2014! This is one of my absolute favorite features in Google Drive! Whenever I come across a great presentation that has been shared through Google Drive, I make my own copy to reference later. SHARING IS CARING! This applies […]
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