Video Tutorials for College Students from Clutch Prep

I love multimedia resources that provide engaging, informative content for students. Earlier this month the team at Clutch Prep reached out to share their platform full of video tutorials for college students. In addition to these video study resources, Clutch Prep also includes review material for different college-level topics making it useful for students in […]

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Adobe Spark Activities for Elementary Students

Creation in the classroom is essential at every age. All students have stories to tell about their learning, and I’m so excited that the Adobe Spark creation tools are now available for students under 13 years old. From math and science to reading and writing activities, there are lots of ways for students to create […]

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4 Ways to Create Super Readers in Your Classroom

Reading is an essential part of the school day all year long. As you prepare for the end of the school year, this is a fantastic time to try out a new tool, energize your independent reading time, and set up your students for summer reading success. You can use MoxieReader to create Super Readers […]

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Interactive Whiteboards and Blended Learning Stations

Over the past few years, I’ve had the chance to visit schools with access to a wide range of digital tools. Some have a tablet for each student to use throughout the school day, while others may have a handful of laptops or Chromebook computers, or an interactive display mounted on the wall. Last month […]

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ClassHook Helps You Safely Use Videos in Your Classroom

Thanks to the advent of video streaming, the hassle of dealing with VCRs and DVDs to show movies and television in class is a challenge of the past. Even with the ease of accessing multimedia resources, it is still important to make sure that the video content you share with students is appropriate for your […]

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8 Ways to Incorporate Technology into Your Classroom

How can you use digital tools to enhance teaching and learning at your school? Recently I partnered with the folks at Voyager Sopris for a webinar titled “8 Ways Teachers Can Incorporate Technology in the Classroom.” If you scroll down to the bottom of this post, you’ll find a link to the on-demand recording of […]

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Teacher Tech Tools for Ditching Sticky Notes

I don’t know about you, but I am constantly updating my organizational routine. This means I’m always on the hunt for a new tool to help me stay organized. From cloud-based calendars to new ways to think about to-do lists, I love finding tips and tricks for keeping my tasks under control. Need some sticky […]

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Sayin’ It Sam Speech and Language App

Earlier this year, the developer of the Sayin’ It Sam iPad game reached out to share their new iPad app she launched in the Apple App Store. Sayin’ It Sam iPad game is an iOS app designed to promote speech in early language learners, children with autism, and children speech impairments. This speech and language […]

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10 Tips for Using Social Media to Tell Your School’s Story

From Instagram to Twitter, social media has a powerful way of connecting users from around the world. But how can you start using social media platforms to tell your school’s story in local and global ways? As you think about all of the wonderful things happening at your school this year, you have stories, images […]

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Free Webinar: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom

What does it look like to design rigorous learning experiences in your classroom? How can these experiences become “tech-rich” and high-quality? Well, I’m super excited to partner with the folks at McGraw Hill for a totally free webinar later this month to explore this very topic! Titled “Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom,” this […]

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