All I have done is copy the link of this tweet and pasted into the body of the post. Voila! — .@AudraKaplan working on binary codes & data in the new DLCS Standards around Computational Thinking #gdrsdchat #innovationlab pic.twitter.com/ngbplvudNq — Luke Callahan (@CallahanLuke) September 12, 2018
I’m fortunate to be able to visit our schools on a daily basis and whenever I pass by artwork, I’m drawn in. I have a great deal of admiration for creative minds and how the arts can harness this creativity. Today, I visited the Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School and came across an art display in … Continue reading Showcasing the “Middle” Part of the Learning Process
In January, I wrote that a traditional assignment, submitted to the teacher, graded behind the scene and sent home to be recycled, is no longer an effective method for monitoring student achievement. In addition to lacking an authentic audience and not reaching students where they are, they also fall short of any real meaning or in preparing students for their future.
This is just a sample gallery. Always make sure to site your photos. Photo Credit: Wikipedia.com.
Built into the design of the digital portfolio through Word Press, is the ability to copy/paste a link from Youtube, Vimeo, Twitter and a host of other educational sites, and embed the video in the post. No longer a need to copy the embed code and all of the html that comes along with it.
Google Apps for Education has a wonderful suite of tools and with available themes and the ability to embed into your digital portfolio, Google Slides is a great presentation tool! For students looking to bring over a Google Slides presentation, embedding requires the student to publish the presentation to the web, then copy/pasting the embed … Continue reading Embedding a Google Slide Presentation
First step, create a Google Doc. Give the document a title, add content. From here, click “File”… Then, “Publish to the web…” You then select the blue button, “Publish”. Select “OK” on the pop-box. Copy and paste the URL Google provides. In this case, it is: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ADIDNoT00UMBXpp7WKjZLlEwLmAYFkC5hclF66fn228/pub Visit your digital portfolio and create a “Post”. … Continue reading To Embed or Copy/Paste a Google Doc?
On the new digital portfolios, there are many sites that allow for embedding. Twitter is one of the many, which requires no configuration. Simply copy a link to a tweet on Twitter.com and paste it on a line by itself in your post or page editor (no HTML necessary). That’s it! Voila! It’s that easy!