Google Forms is more than meets the eye. Read about uncommon ways to use Google Forms in your classroom to become more efficient and help keep more time for your teaching! Have you ever wondered what Mail Merge was for? It can be the most useful tool for labeling all the things! Read about how to use it to make personalized labels in your classroom today, without typing all students names over and over! Have you been looking to boost engagement with technology in your classroom? These websites are easy to set up and manage and your students will beg to use them! How do you decorate your classroom? I absolutely hate popping out the letters and for some reason there is never enough of the letter I need. I use my Cricut machine to make letters, but I also share with you how you can use a regular printer to create beautiful classroom decor. Google Sheets is definitely one of the more intimidating apps in G Suite, but it doesn’t have to be! Read about how you can use Google Sheets in a different way than just for calculating formulas. My biggest mistake with managing student behavior was inconsistency. Read about how I combated inconsistency and what I do to maintain a positive, engaging and managed classroom. The Promethean board in my classroom is one of the main components of my lessons and students love when they have a chance to come up and show what they know. Here are some awesome tips and tricks for using the Promethean board in your classroom! Flocabulary is a favorite in my class. Here are some reasons you should start using it in your classroom today! Read about 5 pieces of tech that I use on a regular basis and why. These are great websites to boost student engagement.