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August 12, 2014

Tool Review #5: Shelby and Listonic!

This week, please join us in welcoming back our favorite guest blogger, Shelby! She’s like a Together Teacher super-secret double-agent spy – working for us and also working inside the teaching world at the same time. Here’s her latest report…

September 27, 2013

Introducing . . 100% Digital!

You all know by now that I’m decidedly neutral on your whether or not your organization tools are screen-based or paper-based; I just care you that you have them and you use them. Index cards, commercial planners, iPads, Outlook, Google,…

April 18, 2013

Conferring Tool #2: Evernote!

Welcome back, guest poster Shelby!  Please continue to wow us with your conferring genius: There’s another great option for conferring using a Together Teacher favorite: Evernote. We’ve featured Evernote on our blog a few times and it is…

January 22, 2013

Meet Nilda – And Her “Teaching Encyclopedia!”

Maybe it’s the fact that I’m having this baby in five weeks. . . or maybe it’s the fact that I’m trying to get my act together to write a “booklet” titled The Together Leader. . . or maybe it’s just my perpetual dream of one-day…

September 28, 2012

Another Electronic Notebook: OneNote!

Okay, electronic notebook lovers, listen up! We are back with another amazing resource to share: Microsoft OneNote! Mac users: We apologize in advance. OneNote is currently not available for you guys. If you want something similar, try…

August 17, 2012

For My Technophiles: Evernote Love!

Evernote is everywhere! In a nutshell, Evernote is an electronic notebook that allows you to take notes on separate notebook pages, create notebooks and then organize your notebooks into stacks. No more lugging around a burly five-subject…

August 14, 2012

FAQ: Can I Mix and Match?

Between the last seven days of training almost 350 teachers in getting themselves “together” at the start of the school year, and the last five years of facilitating workshops, and the last two months of responding to educators who read my…