3 Edtech tools to get to know this summer to get you ready for fall

Hello, edumagicians welcome back to another episode of the EduMagic Podcast! Today I have a short and sweet episode for ya. These are three tools that you can get to know this summer so you can hit the ground running this fall! Whether you are student teaching or getting ready for another semester this short and sweet episode will get you ready with some edtech tools to have in your teacher tool belt. Here are some Fecich favorites:

Google Keep
  • https://keep.google.com/

  • Syncs across all of your devices using your Gmail account.

  • Save websites

  • Document messages (text, and audio with the app )

  • Add in Pictures

  • Save Drawings

  • Collaborate on a note with a peer or colleagues

  • Color coding options

  • Checkboxes

  • Due dates

Microsoft TO do
  • https://todo.microsoft.com/

  • Create lists with tasks

  • Assign lists to people

  • Flag emails become tasks in your

  • Add steps to complete tasks

  • Due dates

  • Add files

  • Print lists and pin them to app

  • Across platform

  • Daily views

Remember future teachers you have the EduMagic in YOU!
Office Lens

EduMagic Planner

So, we know that there are student planners and teacher planners, but not an education major planner. Hannah Sansom and I have been working hard to create this for you! We brought together the worlds of teaching and being a student into one easy to use planner. We combined organization and time management through monthly, weekly, and daily calendars. Along with resources to guide you through your teaching journey, we also included areas for goal setting and reflection.

This planner brings together the world of being a college student and an aspiring educator into one.

Click here to learn more about the EduMagic Planner

Some features that make this planner unique:

  • Yearly checklist and resources just for education majors

  • Course schedule

  • Assignment tracker - document assignments for each class, when they are due, and your grade for each assignment.

  • Observation log

  • Student teaching log

  • Student teaching weekly prompts to reflect upon

  • Speaker notes for guest lectures or professional development opportunities

New teachers let your EduMagic shine!

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