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Save Time and Streamline Your Workflow with JotForm Approvals

Course registrations, field trip requests, tutor applications — there are lots of forms and paperwork that come through an educator’s desk. These documents often require review in order to move through an approval process. What if you could streamline your workflow, save time, and automate these steps? In this blog post, I’m excited to share […]

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JotForm Report Builder for Virtual Learning Environments

How are you collecting data this year? Collecting information from students and families and keeping data organized is often a challenge. There is a special tool you can use to teach in a classroom setting or participating in distance learning initiatives. JotForm Report Builder transforms data collected from forms into presentation-ready reports.  Regular readers of […]

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Turn School Permission Forms into PDFs with JotForm

Collecting and keeping track of permission forms can be an organizational headache for schools. As you work to leverage the power of technology in your school, you can combine online data entry with traditional PDF files. JotForm lets users input information and stays organized throughout the school year. Their new features lets you convert permission […]

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JotForm 4.0 Collaborative Form Builder for Permission Slips, Quizzes and More

Educators collect lots of information over the course of the day. From permissions slips to quizzes, the team at JotForm has updated their collaborative form builder tool to make sure you’re covered. They have just released JotForm 4.0 with a handful of new features designed to make it easier to create customizable survey forms to […]

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JotForm: Online Form Builder for Quizzes, Surveys & More

Teachers use lots of different tools to gather and collect information during the school day.  JotForm is an easy to use online form builder. You can use it to create online quizzes, permissions, assignment submissions, surveys and more.  JotForm doesn’t require coding or technical expertise but is user-friendly for teachers with basic technology experience. Online Form […]

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App Builder for Educators with No Coding Experience Necessary

Have you ever wanted to build an app for your school or district? There is a new, free no-code app builder that anyone can use to develop their own app. This powerful drag-and-drop app builder for educators (or anyone) lets you create custom apps for classrooms, schools, and districts. Regular readers of the blog might […]

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How to Use Tech Tools to Stay Connected with Families with Amber Peterson – Easy EdTech Podcast 130

In this episode, educator Amber Peterson joins me to discuss how to use technology to stay connected with families. You’ll also hear about how to use digital tools to build a community and establish a sense of belonging for caregivers. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher […]

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A Spreadsheet-Powered Database Tool for Educators

This post is in partnership with JotForm Tables. All opinions are my own.  Keeping track of projects, new initiatives, and team meetings can be challenging during the school year. When the team at JotForm reached out to let me know about their new tool, JotForm Tables, I couldn’t wait to share it with you. As […]

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How Google Forms Transformed My Data Collection – Easy EdTech Podcast 025

If we’ve met before you might know a little bit about how my work in a one-to-one classroom, using iPads with my fifth grade students and becoming an Apple Distinguished Educator. Talking about iPads and Apple might seem like a strange place to start a Google Forms story but that’s the real deal. Listen below […]

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An All-Inclusive Summer Camp Registration Solution

Running a summer camp, after-school program or any special event comes with plenty of logistical challenges. Earlier this year the folks at JotForm reached out to me to share a special way to use their form-building tool. You might have seen my posts featuring this tool for educators. Today I’m excited to share a summer […]

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