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iPad Notes-If you were having trouble with notes on the iPad, try the following solution.

  • Click on the notes for your school
  • You should be taken to a google docs page.
  • Click on the arrow next to the edit button on the right hand side of your screen.
  • Choose Desktop
  • You should be able to take your notes! Let me know if you still have problems.

Free Tools and Online Resources

Enhance learning with free lesson plans and education resources at Thinkfinity.org
Engage your students in collaborative, project-based learning opportunities with ePals Global Community

WallWisheris an easy and instant tech tool to use. It is a blank wall that allows your to make posts (like a post-it) for students to see. You can make as many walls as you like for many different uses. Exit slip, lesson plan wall, discussions, group project information, and a homework wall are just a few ways to use it. It is very user friendly and will take no time at all to introduce to your teachers and students. It is a very simple, easy, and fun tool to use. --Mackensie Austin, UK Middle School Teacher Education Program

Quizlet is an interactive tool that can be used within the classroom or outside of the classroom by both students and teachers. It allows for each student and teacher to create a profile and then join a classroom so they can share their information together. They then create sets of what they are learning that turn into flash-cards, and from there the website generates tests, two different games, and activities that the student can use or the teacher could display with technology in the classroom as an interactive activity such as on a smart board. It is extremely simple to use and accessible to all because it is a free internet site or a free App download. Quizlet is a great in and out of school study tool and homework assessment that can go with the students wherever they are and works with each level of comprehension that they are at! -- Chloe Lawson, UK Middle School Teacher Education Program

Google LitTrips
The short version is simple. Google Lit Trips are free downloadable files that mark the journeys of characters from famous literature on the surface of Google Earth. At each location along the journey there are placemarks with pop-up windows containing a variety of resources including relevant media, thought provoking discussion starters, and links to supplementary information about “real world” references made in that particular portion of the story.
Dr. Laurie A. Henry, Assistant Professor of Early Adolescent Literacy, UK College of Education

Barren

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Paris Independent

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Carroll

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Clark

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Graves

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Hardin

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Eminence Independent

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Henry

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Shacklette Elementary ( Jefferson)

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Knox

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Mason

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Trigg

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Warren

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Woodford

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