Rosetta Stone English K–6 Adaptive Blended Learning Program

This post is in partnership with Rosetta Stone. All opinions are my own. Do you use adaptive software to support emergent bilingual learners in your district? You might be familiar with Rosetta Stone from its popular language learning software. I used Rosetta Stone to practice my Spanish before taking a language exam as part of […]

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3 Ways Coaches Can Support Teachers – Easy EdTech Podcast 080

In this episode, I’ll share three strategies educators can use to support their colleagues this school year. You’ll also hear about favorite tools that go along with each strategy to help anyone, including coaches, support teachers and colleagues during distance learning, hybrid learning, and face-to-face teaching. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: […]

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Distance Learning for Art Students

This post is in partnership with Wacom. All opinions are my own. What does distance learning look like for art students? Distance learning presents different challenges for each subject area. The arts is one area where educators are getting creative with their instructional practices. I connected with the team at Wacom earlier this year. They told me […]

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On-Demand Hands-On Gamified Career Training for Students

This post is partnership with Circadence. All opinions are my own. What does it look like to use gamified career training during distance learning? I connected with the team at Circadence earlier this year, and I’m excited to tell you about their platform. From independent study opportunities for students to cybersecurity and computer science electives, […]

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How to Make Your Website Talk

I’ve had the pleasure of working with this company. All opinions are my own. Do you have a class website? Or are you building a website for students or parents? If you’ve ever wanted to add audio to your website, this blog post has you covered. I’ll share how you can add voice recordings to […]

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My Favorite Items for Teaching and Learning at Home – Easy EdTech Podcast 079

In this episode, you’ll hear about some of my favorite items for teaching and learning at home. You’ll also hear about some tips for upgrading your at home set up including low-cost items that help productivity and organization. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Play Stitcher Spotify Items […]

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5 Tips for Mixing STEM and Play During Distance Learning

This STEM and play event and post are sponsored by Unruly Studios. All opinions are my own. What does it look like to mix STEM and play during distance learning? This month I’ll tackle this question in a new, free STEM webinar. When you join us for this special event, you’ll hear five tips for […]

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How to Customize Your Google Classroom Banner

I’ve had the pleasure of working with this company. All opinions are my own. With so many more teachers jumping into Google Classroom this year, I wanted to share a quick tip to personalize this space. Google Classroom lets you update the theme to help differentiate your classes. This way, students can see on their […]

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5 Ways to Kick Off Your Next Zoom Call – Easy EdTech Podcast 078

In this episode, I’ll share five activity ideas to kick off your next video call with students or colleagues. You’ll also hear about some favorite tools for building community and sparking conversations. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Play Stitcher Spotify Kick Off Your Next Zoom Call Set […]

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5 Ways to Use Newsletters This School Year

Email newsletters help you get a round up of all of the things someone or some organization is excited about. You probably get newsletters from a few different people. I send out newsletters for teachers every Monday. They have all of my new posts from the week and information on my new podcast episode. Like […]

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