March 18, 2016
Tool of the Week- Draftback
Draftback is actually a Chrome extension that you can add to your browser. This extension allows you to play back the revision history on a Google Doc like a movie.
Normally you can see the revision history in Google under the file menu, but because this plays like a movie it is easier to check the revisions quickly. For example, you could see if a large amount of text was copied and pasted into the document all at once.
You can also click on a little link in the playback window that allows you to see a timeline of when the edits were made. that means you can see when the majority of the work was done!
Tip of the Week- How to Find 360 Videos
You can find 360 videos easily on YouTube by adding #360 to the end of a search query in YouTube.
Want to make your own 360 picture? Google Street View allows you to do this!
ISTE Standard of the Week
Part C of this standard says that teachers should promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students' conceptual understanding and thinking, planning, and creative processes.