I am willing to bet this will become one of the greatest tips you ever learned about manipulating text on the iPad! How many times have you made a mistake while typing and then struggled to tap, make the “blue bubble” appear, only to be frustrated by the entire process? Well, I am pleased to share with you the easier, faster, “Why did’t I know this?” method for dragging and dropping the cursor into just the perfect spot!
To move the cursor on the iPad, simply tap and hold the space bar. When the virtual keyboard turns the color grey and the keys turn blank, you are then able to drag the cursor and drop it in any spot! This method is so much easier than fighting with the blue bubble! I hope you find this method for moving the cursor as easy and efficient as I have!
A freebie for Thanksgiving!
Free digital Thanksgiving paper for you to enjoy today with your students or your own kiddos! Simply click this link and choose Make a Copy. With the exception of slides 3,4 & 5 all slides are fixed so students won't lose their images. Copy, paste and resize the images from slides 3, 4 & 5 to create your own spooky writing paper. Have fun and Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Halloween! A quick freebie for you to enjoy today with your students or your own kiddos! Simply click this link and choose Make a Copy. With the exception of slides 3 & 4, all slides are fixed so students won't lose their images. Copy, paste and resize the images from slides 3 & 4 to create your own spooky writing paper. Have fun!
Just in time for your Halloween Writing projects, I have created some adorable Halloween Writing Paper! The pack has both printable and digital versions so teachers have a choice in how they would like students to complete their writing. Take a look at these adorable pages!
The printable version has black and white pages as well so students can add color and a personal touch!
The digital version is created in Google Slides and can be used on any computer or mobile device.
Head to my store at Teachers Pay Teachers for more information. Happy Writing!
HyperDocs are amazing educational tools that are interactive, engaging, self-directed, and fun! Created by Kelly Hilton, Lisa Highfill, and Sarah Landis, HyperDocs place responsibility for learning in the hands of students while freeing up teachers to facilitate and enhance instruction.
I recently shared the wonder of HyperDocs at my district's annual learning summit. The post that follows includes many of the slides from my presentation and plenty of information to help you begin using HyperDocs in your classroom!
A HyperDoc is a digital document, such as Google Doc, where all components of a learning cycle have been pulled together into one central hub. (via The Cult of Pedagogy).
How Do HyperDocs Support Learning?
The Hyperdocs Website https://hyperdocs.co/about_hyperdocs