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Keith Hughes Explains How to Make Flipped Classroom Videos

Keith Hughes makes fantastic flipped history classroom videos. I've featured lots of his work in the past because it is a great model of what a video lesson should be.

7 Ways to Create and Deliver Online Quizzes

Creating and delivering quizzes and tests online offers a number of advantages over paper-based quizzes and tests.

How to Disable Tabs in the New Gmail Layout

One of the constants of using free services like Gmail is that changes to the service can occur whether you like them or not. One of the recent changes to Gmail is the new tabs layout.

Coffee Time Edu - Good Ed Tech Tutorial Videos

Tim Childers is a middle school teacher in Tennessee that took a course with me and Angela Maiers last year.

8 Overlooked Useful YouTube Tools

When most people think about YouTube they think sharing videos and or about all of the videos they can discover.

Video - How to Use Audacity and Other Tools to Create Podcasts

Have you been thinking about creating your own podcasts? Would you like your students to create and publish their own podcasts? Not sure how to get started?

A Nice Cheat Sheet for Gmail Shortcuts

If you rely on Gmail for personal or professional use (including Google Apps for Education email messages) take a look at this nice little guide to Gmail shortcuts. These shortcuts, highlighted on one page, could save a few minutes or more the next time that you face a backlog of email messages.


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How to Create a Custom Search Engine - Updated

A couple of weeks ago I shared directions on how to create a custom search engine. Shortly after I published those directions Google revamped the layout of the Custom Search Engine tool.

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