Reflector 2 Giveaway! Wireless Mirroring and Streaming for Your Classroom

Special giveaway for this month! The folks at Squirrels have shared four license codes for the wireless mirroring tool Reflector 2 for this month’s ClassTechTips.com giveaway. Reflector 2 is a fantastic tool for teachers that lets users mirror their device wirelessly to their class. It runs on Mac and PCs and gives teachers the power […]

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Organize Your Classroom Library with Spark Post

Ready for a fresh start? As you kick off 2017, try one of my favorite, totally free tools for teachers — Spark Post. Last year I shared a handful of ways to use Spark Video in the classroom with lesson ideas for teachers (see them here). Spark Post is another one of their fantastic creation […]

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Turnitin Revision Assistant: Instructional Tool for Writers

Last month Turnitin Revision Assistant was featured at a special White House event on instructional tools for educators. On December 7, the White House and the Department of Education hosted teachers and their students. They came together along with industry and legislative leaders for the Innovative Assessment Tech Jam, a special event held in Washington D.C. […]

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9 Writer’s Workshop Apps and Websites

Are you teaching writer’s workshop or looking for resources for your ELA classroom? Integrating technology tools into writing is important for so many reasons. Technology tools can energize your writer’s workshop and prepare students for the digital world. From interactive concept maps to online publishing tools, there are a handful of fantastic websites and mobile […]

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Education Book Spotlight: #HackingPBL by Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy

Interested in project based learning? You will definitely want to check out the new book in the Hacking Learning series, Hacking Project Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom. Authors Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy share their experiences as former classroom teachers and current administrators. This book is packed with actionable, ready to […]

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22 Connected Educator Books for Teachers: Ideas and Inspiration for Teaching

Wow, talk about a reading list! The team at Corwin Press developed the Connected Educator books are a series of 22 texts designed to help teachers make the most of the digital world. These short, powerful texts bring together a range of voices from heavy hitters in the space of education. Published over the course […]

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7 Favorite Nearpod Virtual Reality Lessons

Looking to bring virtual reality to your classroom? Nearpod’s virtual reality lessons provide students with fantastic ways to experience learning material. I’m a big fan of Nearpod and have shared some of the reasons I love this tool in past posts (like this one). As a one-to-one classroom teacher I used Nearpod with my students in […]

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10 Top Posts of 2016! EdTech Lesson Ideas & Favorites

Can you believe it? With 2016 coming to a close I’m excited to share 10 of the top posts on ClassTechTips.com this year! This year I’ve shared so many favorites. From EdTech lesson ideas to new tools there is so much to explore. In the list below you’ll find a range of posts that cover […]

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Education Podcast Spotlight: The Edtech Podcast with Sophie Bailey

Looking to learn on your commute? Podcasts have become one of my favorite parts of long drives and train rides. In June of this past year I spoke at EdTechXEurope in London and had the opportunity to meet Sophie Bailey from The Edtech Podcast. Sophie Bailey is the Founder of The Edtech Podcast and a […]

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SAT Practice from Khan Academy & Turnitin Revision Assistant

Can you believe it? Winter break is fast approaching and it’s a great time for students to carve out study time for the SAT exam. If you’re looking for SAT practice resources to share with students there are two great tools you’ll want to check out. The first, is Khan Academy which you may already […]

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