In a recent post I explained how to use the Google Drive for Mac/PC tool to synchronise your Google Drive files to your computer. Since then, Google have released a new version of this tool, now called Backup and Sync. In this post, I’ll show how to get started with Backup and Sync – including how to upgrade if you’re already using Google Drive for Mac/PC.
Two classroom activities for teaching students about password security
This UTB show features Bharath Madhusudan, one of the co-founders of Securly. He’ll talk about the common misconception of Web Filtering. He finds the concept of web filtering to be so 20th Century and so they don’t normally think of themselves as a web filter anymore. Find out more what he means by that by watching this show.
Using Google Blogger is not only a great way to reflect on your practice but it also offers an efficient way to align samples of your practice with the Teaching Standards. I have seen many teacher blogs which are done on Google Slides or Sites but the awesome thing about Blogger is that you can label your evidence with the Teaching Standards.
Samantha is joined by her colleague Lara Kirk and a special furry guest!
In her race against the clock, Lara shares a beautiful quote on the definition of creativity and why knowing something is guaranteed to succeed would hinder, not help, her creativity.
Samantha is joined by Beth Reading, the founder and owner of My Pilates Time.
In her race against the clock, Beth shares how procrastination has been her biggest efficiency and productivity challenge – and how she has overcome it. We also hear why working somewhere free of distractions (and dirty dishes!) is important.
Samantha is joined by Michelle Bowditch, the founder of Door 20A and a Tech Lover, Educator Connecter & Advocate for Executive Assistants.
In her race against the clock, Michelle shares the 4 things you can do when facing uncertainty or frustration – even with little things like tech problems! We also hear some great podcast recommendations & a handy tip for planning your podcast listening.
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