Showing posts from January, 2019

Google Plus - What a Pain.

You know, I hate to be a curmudgeon, but it's my prerogative, isn't it? Can you guess why?

No, no, it's not that I'm unhappy with the GSFE Admins Community. I'm unhappy that my Google+ account is going away.

You see, I signed up for all my Google Certified Trainer, etc. communities and more. Did I sign up with school district account? Of course not! After all, what if I decided to move from one place to another (which I have since 2010)?

The real issue is that my Gmail account will lose access on April 2nd. Security breach aside, I'm irritated that I'm going to lose access. And, you know what? I'm not going to sign back up using a G Suite EDU account. But even if I did, wouldn't it be neat if Google had prepared a migration tool?

A migration tool. You know, somewhere you go to type your current Google Plus account then a G Suite EDU account, a list of communities you wanted to migrate execute button. At the end of the process, all your G+ …

Featuring Digital Learning's Blogs of Note @teachingtimes

Special thanks to the editors of Digital Learning for including Around the Corner in their publication! This is a special moment as we approach 5.7M views of content here at Around the Corner, which remains an act of non-profit aimed at supporting learners and leaders of all ages.

Here's what the actual appearance looks like:

They were kind enough to mention me along with a few other wonderful folks, including:

Richard Byrne's Free Tech for TeachersKasey "Shake Up Learning" BellTeachers with AppsGwyneth Jones' The Daring Librarian What a pleasure to be included in this handful of blogging giants. While I may only be a pint-sized contribution, it's exciting to be connected to a rich ecosystem of professional learning. Thanks again, Teaching Times & Digital Learning, for the spotlight!

Allow me to invite you to read my work blog at where I share tons of amazing stuff inspired by Texas educators.

Everything posted on Miguel Guhli…