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What You Do Matters

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Tom shares some thoughts from a recent keynote for a state conference. For more from Tom’s YouTube Channel, click here. Blog #LeadershipMinute Culture Leadership

Getting Started Using Microsoft Teams

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Are you looking to take your school district or a future project to the next level? Are you looking for the perfect application that is simple enough to quickly get started with, but robust enough to have powerful integrations with many of your favorite applications?

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Can You Repeat That? Canned Responses in Gmail

Teacher Tech

Setup Canned Responses in Gmail The fact that as teachers we have 30+ bodies in front of us requires that we do the same thing repetitively. This can’t be solved but the trick is to find workflows that increase your efficiency. Canned responses is one way you can send the same email message over and […]. The post Can You Repeat That? Canned Responses in Gmail appeared first on Teacher Tech. Google

Getting Started Using Microsoft Teams

TeacherCast

Microsoft Teams is one of the most adaptive applications that you can use to keep your business or project organized. Learn how to use Microsoft Teams Today! The post Getting Started Using Microsoft Teams appeared first on The TeacherCast Educational Network

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

Can You Repeat That? Canned Responses in Gmail

Teacher Tech

Setup Canned Responses in Gmail The fact that as teachers we have 30+ bodies in front of us requires that we do the same thing repetitively. This can’t be solved but the trick is to find workflows that increase your efficiency. Canned responses is one way you can send the same email message over and […]. The post Can You Repeat That? Canned Responses in Gmail appeared first on Teacher Tech. Google

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