Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Use Google Keep to Track Steps Toward Goals

Google Keep is a fantastic tool for taking notes, creating bookmarks, making task lists, and creating reminder alerts for yourself.¬†Within Google Keep there is an option to set daily reminders for yourself. I have three of them in my personal account. At 7am, 9am, and 11am every day those reminders pop-up on my desktop and on my phone. They’re also present in my Google Calendar. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to create reminders on Google Keep.

Watch the other videos in my Google Keep playlist to see how to use it to create bookmarks and task lists.

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This week I’m offering two more online professional development opportunities. On Monday night Teaching History With Technology begins. On Wednesday afternoon we’ll have Fun With Formative Assessments.