All Things EdTech
Tech-Friendly Lesson Plan Inspiration & Resources for Every Classroom
Hi! I'm Monica.
My goal: To save you time in the classroom this school year by making EdTech easier for busy educators like you.
I’m a former classroom teacher and now spend my time sharing EdTech tips, strategies and activity ideas to make technology integration easier in your classroom.
Whether we’ve met at a conference or special event, you’ve followed along with my EdTech tips for years, or simply stopping by for the first time today, I’m so glad you’re here!
'Monica's knowledge of the intersection between pedagogy and technology is top-notch'
“We have had the pleasure of working with Dr. Burns for both regional workshops and conference keynotes. Her facilitation style is both reassuring and welcoming for all who work with her, and her knowledge of the intersection between pedagogy and technology is top-notch. Her message and vision, that our profession will recognize that we have to deeply understand the purpose of implementing a technology tool before we utilize it (the idea of focusing on tasks before apps), is a foundational one for all at this time.”
– Fred Ende, Director of Curriculum & Instructional Services, PNWBOCES
Edtech tools & resources
Looking to make the most of EdTech? Explore each category to find lesson ideas and EdTech inspiration.
Robotics and STEM educator Regena Landry discusses her journey with teaching coding to kids and how educators can get over a fear of coding.
Explore a quick list of digital communication tools any instructional coach can use to stay connected and make meetings more productive.
Workshops & Events
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Weekly EdTech Tips
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'A MUST-read for every educator's professional toolbox'
“EdTech Essentials: The Top 10 Technology Strategies for all Learning Environments by Monica Burns removes all of the clutter of what’s out there and available for teachers and students. Monica shares tons of ideas that put students first in both face-to-face and online learning spaces. This book is filled with practical ideas, resources, classroom examples and reflection opportunities. Readers are sure to walk away with a filled tool belt to help students become more productive, collaborative and innovative. A MUST-read for every educator’s professional toolbox!”
– Dr. Natasha Rachell, Digital Learning Specialist, Atlanta Public Schools