This Google Sheet enables you to easily import grades from any online platform into TEAMS.
AutoHotKey is a scripting language for easily creating small to complex scripts for all kinds of tasks. How to Use. Example scripts (1) Use right mouse button for previous on Google Slides (2) Always keep a Window on Top of other Windows
Monitor students, broadcast the teacher screen, send files, and install programs.
Present a program within Python Idle one line at a time. Left click to show the next line of the program, right click to run the program anytime. This program reads in the Python program and generates an AutoHotKey (see above) script used to present the python program in Python Idle.
Python and Java practice problems. Teachers are able to add their own problems and create custom pages. An online, light weight, easy to use PC2.
WEBSITE is currently down. A super simple way to anonymously aggregate answers to a Yes/No question. Easy to modify for multiple choice questions.
Blend & Google (example embedding a Google Doc syllabus in Blend)
In Blend select Syllabus, click Edit, then select HTML Editor at the top right, then follow the instructions in one of the below links to determine what you need to enter in the edit window.
Embed a Google Calendar in Canvas (have not tried this myself)
Embedding an outside website into a Blend page
To embed another website in an inline frame (basically a scrollable box) within a Blend page open the HTML Editor and paste the following
<p><iframe src=”replace with your site’s URL” width=”100%” height=”700″></iframe></p>
For example, <p><iframe src=”http://lasacs.com/” width=”100%” height=”700″></iframe></p>
If the height number is large enough for your entire website, the inline frame will not have its own scrollbar (Hello TEAMS).
If the URL starts with http:// instead of https:// everyone that browses to the blend page using Chrome will need to click the shield in the far right of the address bar and select Load anyway or Load unsafe script (depending on your Chrome version). Details & procedure for other browsers.
Unfortunately the free weebly.com web pages use http:// and a upgrade to business level is required to get https://.