Appy Teacher Appreciation Week

Apps to help the busy teacher!

Apps curated with the busy teacher in mind!

We understand the last quarter of the year is one of the most hectic times of the academic year for our teachers. There are many apps created just to make your life run a little more smoothly. Your ITRTs have gathered some apps to help you increase efficiency in your busy work life. Each day during Teacher Appreciation Week we will share a new gem with you!

Enjoy!

Day 4: Next Level Google Drive Tips for the Experienced User

Google Drive

Google Resources seem to be all around us. Why not use their latest updates to your advantage? Take a look at Google's most recent options for teachers that you are sure to find useful in your day-to-day tasks from ITRT Natalie Davis.

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https://youtu.be/RwPvmBDxJ_U
Google Drive Tips

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Day 3: Use these Google Calendar tips and tricks to streamline your life!

Google Calendar

It's a date! Well, maybe it's a meeting or an appointment that you don't want to forget. Any way you look at it, Google Calendar functions can really help you keep things in order. Here are a few resources from ITRT Stacy-Ann Green. Take a look to find new ways to organize important events in your life. Click the images and the button to see what we have for you!
Google Calendar Flyer

Click here to learn more about Google Calendar.

https://youtu.be/dA_OGN4Sscs

Day 2: Share Digital Content with your students easily with Wakelet and YellKey

Wakelet

Wakelet provides a simple platform for teachers to quickly and easily share digital content with their students. Take a look at this 1-minute video to learn more about the simplicity of this tool from ITRT Dina Logo.

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Here is an example of Wakelet.

Click the image below to see what it can do.

Wakelet

Try Wakelet.

Yellkey

When you are finished creating your Wakelet or your YouTube Playlist Cyndi shared with us all yesterday, YellKey will take the odd combination of letters and numbers that make up the URL and name it with a simple word that is easy for your students to type in on their computers.

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Yellkey

Try Yellkey!

Day 1: Organize your YouTube Playlists

Youtube offers so many educational videos, you are sure to find teachers who share the same strategies you use. You probably already have found videos that help students grasp difficult concepts while connecting to the content in a real and relevant way. Let ITRT Cyndi help you get your Youtube Playlists organized so everything is ready to go when you are working with your students to make the most of your instructional time.

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