Build Interactive Lessons for Free with SMART Learning Suite Online

Are you looking to build interactive lessons this school year? I’ve been a fan of SMART for a long time now and used their interactive whiteboards as a classroom teacher. Their original desktop software helped me create lessons that I could project onto the interactive whiteboard screen in my classroom. I used this software to […]

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5 Must-Try Music Tools for Educators Teaching Any Subject with Jessica Peresta – Easy EdTech Podcast 116

In this episode, you’ll learn from music educator Jessica Peresta about the very best music tools for educators. You’ll hear about cross-curricular connections, how to work with your current technology set up, and how listening skills and movement play a role. Music Tools for Educators Music educator Jessica Peresta shares her favorite music tools in […]

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How to Launch Your Own STEM Academy with Brite

Have you thought about starting a STEM Academy program at your school or district? Do you have an after-school program and want to expand into STEM and coding? There are lots of benefits to creating programs that include computer science and coding elements. But even when you know that this type of program is essential […]

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Why You Might Want a Document Camera for Students

Have you used a document camera this school year? Whether teaching remotely and supporting students at a distance or working in a traditional classroom and supporting students face-to-face, a document camera is a fantastic teaching tool.  So what happens when you give a document camera to every student? When the team at OKIOLABS reached out […]

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An Awesome iPad Case for Students with Keyboard and Trackpad

Are you using iPads with students this year? Today, I’m typing this blog post using my new Rugged Combo 3 Touch iPad case. It has a fantastic keyboard (and trackpad) built into the case of my iPad. In this blog post, I’ll share an iPad case for students. This case has a keyboard, trackpad, and […]

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10 Little-Known Google-Friendly Tools You Need to Know About with Eric Curts – Easy EdTech Podcast 115

In this episode, you’ll hear from author, vlogger and tech coach Eric Curts as he shares his favorite Google-friendly tools and activities you may have never heard of. You’ll hear tips for using these lesser known Google-friendly tools with students or colleagues to elevate teaching and learning! Google Tools Do you want to learn about […]

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Interactive Activities for Teaching About Safety

Regular readers of the blog know that I love sharing tips and strategies for digital activities. When it comes to teaching about safety topics, you can head straight to Capstone Connect to find high-quality, high-interest resources. With ebooks and articles on a wide range of topics, this resource gives you quick access to safety-related content […]

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What You Need to Know About Audio and Video this School Year – Bonus Episode with Hall Technologies

In this episode, VP of Sales and Marketing for Hall Technologies, Hal Truax joins to discuss audio and video and the role it plays in today’s diverse classroom settings. You’ll hear how HIVE Control cloud-based AV is a flexible tool to support teachers, students and families with teaching and learning. Audio and Video this School […]

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Supercharge Student Learning with Pear Deck and GoGuardian Teacher

Are you looking for a powerful EdTech combo? The team at Pear Deck and GoGuardian have you covered! Regular readers of the blog know that I love to pair EdTech tools. So when I first heard about the partnership between Pear Deck and GoGuardian, I was pretty excited. I wanted to see what the combination […]

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What You Need to Know About Digital Transformation in Higher Education

The past year and a half has presented a wide range of challenges for Pre K-20 institutions. At a higher education level, digital transformation is increasingly a priority for schools. So what does it look like to embrace new technology to reach the needs of all students? Whether there were significant obstacles or more minor […]

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