This week, I’m sharing some practical tips about how to survive (and possibly even thrive?) when you’ve inherited a problem classroom and I’m test-driving a FREE app that can help make slick videos in just a few minutes. If you want your students to create video projects and they have access to an iPad, you gotta check this out. You’ll be glad you did.

Click here to learn more about Adobe Voice for iPad.

Hope you’re having a great week. Teach on, everyone!

(Please note: I have no business affiliation or relationship of any kind with Adobe. No compensation was received for this product review. I just really like the app and want to share useful tools with my teacher tribe.)

Join the conversation! 2 Comments

  1. Adobe Voice is fantastic! Thanks for sharing.
    Also, are you on Twitter?


  2. Hi Kristen,
    Thanks for watching! Alas, I haven’t had the time/energy to tread into Twitter, sad to say. I know I’m missing a h-u-g-e party over there, but I seriously can’t fit one more thing into my media pile right now. My head might actually explode. I do have a Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube channel, if you want to find me there. Mostly, though, I just hang around the blog, my cozy little corner of the internet. 🙂



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