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15 EPIC Tools I Can’t Live Without!
Digital tools are part of everything I do throughout the day. I use so many online tools, gadgets, and software to do all the things I need to do. From productivity, to organizing my day–to podcast production and screencast videos–I need a LOT of different tools to keep Shake Up Learning running. In this postContinue Reading
16 Curation Tools for Teachers and Students
16 Curation Tools for Teachers and Students If you follow my blog, you know I curate a lot of resources for teachers. This post brings together a suggested list, a curated list if you will, of 16 curation tools for teachers and students from the Shake Up Learning community. Choosing how to curate and whatContinue Reading
50 Educators You Should Follow on Pinterest
50 Educators You Should Follow on Pinterest! (Part 3 of The Teacher’s Guide to Pinterest!) One of the most popular posts EVER to appear on Shake Up Learning was 35 Educators You Should Follow on Pinterest. Since this post is over a year old, I decided to give it an update and give youContinue Reading
Teacher’s Guide to Pinterest – Part 2: Follow Your Interests!
Use Pinterest to Follow What Interests You! Pinterest is a powerful search engine for finding and discovering new ideas, DIY projects, beautiful infographics, AND a phenomenal tool for finding and curating classroom resources! I promise you Pinterest is NOT just for women looking at crafts and recipes! So just in case you don’t believe me,Continue Reading
The Teacher’s Guide to Pinterest – Part 1: What is Pinterest?
The Teachers Guide to Pinterest Getting Started with Pinterest! I’m surprised to find out how many educators are still not using Pinterest! So I’ve decided to put together this guide to help new users get started, and help more advanced users find great educational content. So why not use the summer to get acquainted withContinue Reading
The Best #EdTech Posts of 2014
The Top 20 Shake Up Learning Blog Posts of 2014! As Shake Up Learning approaches it’s one year anniversary, I thought it would be great to look back at the most popular posts of 2014. No surprise that the Google Cheat Sheets were particularly popular. For a full list of all the Google Cheat SheetsContinue Reading
140 Pins on Social Media for Educators
Connected Educator Month: 140 Pins on Social Media for Educators Connected Educator Month Kick-Off! In honor of Connected Educator Month, let’s kick things off with some great pins on social media for educators. Here you will find 140+ pins to help educators AND students find ways to connect and learn. Connecting with educators is partContinue Reading
Create Beautiful Pinterest Board Covers with Canva
How To Create Pinterest Board Covers with Canva Want to Make Your Pinterest Boards Shine? Create matching board covers with Canva to help you and your students navigate your Pinterest boards with ease! By now you have figured out that Canva and Pinterest are two of my favorite digital tools! Pinterest is such a popularContinue Reading
35 Educators You Should Follow on Pinterest
***UPDATE! Check out the newest list: 50 Educators You Should Follow on Pinterest! 35 Educational Pinners You MUST Check out! I love Pinterest! It’s kind of hard to believe this is my first post about this wonderful curation tool. Pinterest is NOT just for crafts and recipes, and despite early reports, it is for bothContinue Reading