When you use an iPad to present to students during a class Teams meeting, you don’t have the advantage of using a mouse pointer to guide students through your presentation as you would on a laptop. You can, however, use an accessibility option to not only mimic a mouse pointer, but also have quick access to shortcuts that come in handy in the middle of a presentation.
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In our modern era, we tend to collect digital junk everywhere. So much to keep track of! Most of the time, it’s nothing more than an inconvenience. Sometimes, however, it’s important to take a look at items that continue to live on, especially things like old Microsoft Teams. If the ability for students to chat […]
Need to reset your managed Apple ID password? Click here. With new changes to Apple Classroom it has become more important to make the move toward using Managed Apple IDs when signing into iCloud on school devices. This includes student iPads, teacher iPads, and teacher MacBooks. Learn more about Apple IDs. With new changes to […]
Amber Matty, Curriculum Software/LMS Technology Coordinator, has published a course on Schoology titled Everything Schoology.The course explains topics such as creating and managing course materials, how-to tutorials, GIF animations, creating and getting the most out of assessments, using the grade book, and so much more. This is an excellent go-to resource for educators in Wood County […]