Free Math Webinar Finding the Right Math Problem to Challenge Students

I’m a big fan of virtual professional development, and this week the folks at ORIGO Education are hosting a free math webinar for educators. Titled “What’s the Problem? Finding the Right Math Problem to Challenge Students,” you can join in on this live event led by Sara Delano Moore. She is a nationally renowned educator, speaker, and […]

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Kiddom Pilot Program: Organize Student Data + Teacher Resources

How do you organize student data, facilitate teacher collaboration and gather free curriculum resources at your school? If you’re like many of the schools I visit, you probably have a handful of different websites and mobile apps that help you address instructional goals over the course of the school year. Navigating multiple resources can be […]

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Innovation with Classroom Videos: mysimpleshow Video Creation Tool

How are you using video in your classroom? mysimpleshow is a digital learning resource for do-it-yourself explainer classroom videos. I shared this online tool last year and am excited to bring you a handful of new tips for innovation in the classroom! It’s easy to get started, and the videos you and your students can […]

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Kidgy Digital Safety App for Kids and Families

Earlier this year the folks behind Kidgy reached out to share their parental control application. The team behind Kidgy have created a mobile safety app for kids to help families supervise their child’s online activity remotely – from their own device. As a classroom teacher, I was often asked by parents for advice on apps […]

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Wonders of the World Virtual Reality Videos for Students

I love field trips! As a classroom teacher, I organized lots of excursions for students and teaching in New York City gave us lots of options for places to explore. From the Museum of Natural History to Top of the Rock, to Central Park and the New York Historical Society, some of my favorite memories […]

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Podcast for Kids: Wow in the World Student-Friendly Podcast

I love a good podcast! From hearing stories about how people live around to world, to addressing questions you never knew you had, to diving deeper into current events, the possibilities with podcasts in the classroom are truly endless. Last year I came across Wow in the World, a podcast for kids from the folks […]

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Video Coaching for Teachers: A New Playbook for Virtual Professional Development

Ready to explore video coaching for teachers? Last year I met Adam Geller, the founder of Edthena, at the TCEA Conference in Austin, Texas. We had a chance to chat, and I was able to see his video coaching platform in action. When Adam reached out a few months ago to let me know about […]

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EdTech Inspiration Calendar: 12 Tips for 2018

I don’t know about you but I like to have a plan. From to-do lists for day-to-day planning, to looking at the year as a whole, I’m getting ready for a fantastic 2018. You might already have some big goals in mind for the upcoming year… a learning activity you’ve designed for a group of […]

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Creating Classroom Posters with Adobe Spark Post

What type of visuals hang on the walls of your classroom? Whether you create anchor charts, graphics, or classroom posters for your students, there is a free, easy-to-use tool for teachers (and students) you can use to create classroom posters. With this awesome, open-ended creation tool, the possibilities are endless! Spark Post is a simple […]

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NYEdTech Week Reading Frameworks Panel Roundup

This week I had the opportunity to speak at a special panel on reading frameworks held at this year’s NYEdTech Week. The awesome folks at MoxieReader (a tool I first shared earlier this year) invited a handful of educators to share their thoughts on reading in today’s classroom. It was lots of fun connecting with […]

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