At any given time, I will typically have 30 (no kidding) tabs open in my browser — and that’s just on ONE of my monitors:
Not usually a big deal, unless I close my browser without thinking, restart my computer, the power goes out, flying monkeys carry me away, etc…and when I open my laptop to continue working, my tabs are GONE, along with my brilliant lesson plans.
This quick technique will allow you to save ALL of the tabs you’ve been working in to a SINGLE BOOKMARK. Should the flying monkeys return, you can come back to your bookmarks and BAM! Open all your tabs again, and all is right with the world! You can continue curating, add your links to Google Classroom, include in a PLC Agenda, etc. Want to learn how? Click HERE for details.
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