Your Guide to Digital Choice Boards: Here’s Where to Start with Laura Boyd – Easy EdTech Podcast 140

In this episode, world language teacher, Laura Boyd joins to discuss how to get started with digital choice boards with students. If you’re new to digital choice boards, Laura takes you through the steps of where to start. You’ll also hear some of her favorite digital tools and extra resources to put digital choice boards […]

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A Look at My EdTech Workspace

Take a look at my EdTech Workspace and learn about some of my favorite products to support my work at home.

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Quick Tips to Save You Time on YouTube – Easy EdTech Podcast 139

In this episode, I share a handful of quick YouTube tips to save you time on YouTube, including how to find, organize and share videos with students, colleagues and families. You’ll also hear how to access my free download with a total of 13 YouTube tricks to explore that include screenshots for each tip. I […]

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How to Use Video Playlists to Differentiate Instruction

Have you created a video playlist to share with students? In this blog post we are going to take a look at video playlists and some of the reasons why a video playlist might be useful in your classroom.  I’ll also share some tips and strategies for distributing video playlists to the groups you work […]

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How to Add Educational Games to Your Next Classroom Activity

What makes educational games a powerful option for reaching learners? Although there are many ways to use games in a classroom setting, your primary focus might be to review core concepts, engage students, or provide an opportunity for them to pause and interact with content in a new way. If you’ve thought about introducing educational […]

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App Builder for Educators with No Coding Experience Necessary

Have you ever wanted to build an app for your school or district? There is a new, free no-code app builder that anyone can use to develop their own app. This powerful drag-and-drop app builder for educators (or anyone) lets you create custom apps for classrooms, schools, and districts. Regular readers of the blog might […]

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Exploring the World With Virtual Field Trips [EdTech Essentials Spotlight] – Easy EdTech Podcast 138

In this EdTech Essentials Spotlight, I’ll share tips on how to explore the world with virtual reality that come straight from my new book. You’ll hear about how a virtual field trip can help students wonder, ask questions, and become curious about the world around them. This week’s podcast is titled: Exploring the World With […]

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Academic Support and Essay Review for Every Student

How do you provide extra support for students in your school district? If you are feeling swamped with homework help and student writing but committed to giving students meaningful, timely feedback, there is an EdTech tool you’ll want to check out. Paper helps teachers deliver unlimited, around-the-clock academic support for every student in your classroom, […]

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6 Tips for Connecting Students with an Audience for their Work

Are you in need of an audience for students? Imagine your students have spent a couple of days, or a couple weeks creating a video about any topic. It could be kindergarteners telling what they know about the lifecycle of butterflies or high school students reenacting a moment from World History. They’ve put in hard […]

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Using EdTech for Calm, Coping, and Creativity with Lisa Johnson – Easy EdTech Podcast 137

In this episode, educator, author, blogger and creator, Lisa Johnson joins to discuss using EdTech for calm, coping and creativity.  You’ll hear some great strategies to consider around social emotional learning, executive functioning and life-long skill-building for students of all ages. This week’s podcast is titled: “Using EdTech for Calm, Coping, and Creativity with Lisa […]

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