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How to Use to Manage Tasks

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about a couple of sites that students can use to keep track of tasks.

Get Smart by Texting w/ @Text_Engine

When Teaching
Generation Text was published
in 2011 there were numerous ways to use text-only enabled phones for learning.
 This was great for students and families who didn't have access to
smartphones.  Back then there were terrific tools like Google
SMS, Cha
Cha, Wiffiti,
and 4info.
One by one as smartphones took the front seat, texting tools like those faded
away, until now. 

Text Engine

How Creative Teachers Make Beauty Out Of Chaos

kittykats21-creativity-in-teachingHow Creative Teachers Make Beauty Out Of Chaos

Salimos de Tiger cargados de recursos

Hace unos meses hablábamos de ideas y herramientas para un profesor con recursos y, también en ese mismo contexto, nuestra amiga Arancha Pastor nos comentaba su adicción a Tiger como fuente casi inagotable de esas ideas y herramientas para sus clases. Pues bien, nos hemos acercado a la tienda danesa y os traemos algunas novedades.

Caja de herramientas
Me parece que puede ser una forma

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"Shared With Me" Returns to Google Drive

If you have been using the new (relatively new) Google Drive interface for the last year you might have been missing the "shared with me" section.

How to Learn Spanish Verb Conjugations: Which Ones First?

I’ve decided I’m going to do a series of articles on learning the Spanish verbs, with this being the first.  We’re going to lay the groundwork in this first article and in the following ones I’m going to actually teach you the basic conjugations, tenses, and moods, and I’m going to show you how to practice them on your own such that: