Everyone Can Create: Teacher Resources from Apple Education

Have you heard the news? I am so excited to share a new, totally free set of resources from Apple Education. Today Apple Education released four books of lesson ideas and one teacher guide to spotlight the ways Everyone Can Create. At a special event held earlier this year, Apple Education announced a new initiative […]

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Social Studies and Science Lessons from StudySync

Does critical thinking take center stage in your classroom? If you’re looking for high-quality resources for social studies and science lessons, you’ll want to check out the new SyncBlasts from StudySync. They’ve launched a new product to support social studies and science teachers throughout the school year! When it comes to college and career readiness, […]

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Really Good Stuff Digital Learning Collection for K-2

How do you leverage the power of digital tools in your classroom? When working with early learners, finding the very best digital tool to support their needs can be a challenge. As many of you know, I visit schools throughout the country and spend a lot of time in elementary classrooms. Even as I write […]

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Book Creator in the High School Classroom

How do your high school students show what they know in your classroom? Book Creator is a dynamic tool for students of all ages. In the high school classroom, students can use Book Creator to share what they have learned about a wide range of topics. I partnered with Book Creator this year to share […]

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Chrome-Friendly App Smash Tips for Book Creator

So many of you joined me this summer to explore how to use Book Creator in the classroom! But whether you’re checking out this blog post on a hot summer afternoon or chilly winter morning, you can jump into Book Creator right away. Book Creator is an open-ended creation tool perfect for K-12 classrooms. I’m […]

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Publish Spark Page as a PDF for Offline Viewing

If you follow along on Instagram, you’ve already heard me share this news. You can now publish Spark Page websites for offline viewing. Instead of sharing your Spark Page as a website users have the option to download it as a PDF. Here’s the IGTV video in case you missed it. Why am I so […]

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Klassroom Parent-Teacher Communication App for Elementary Schools

Keeping open lines of communication is essential all school year. Klassroom is a parent-teacher communication app for elementary and preschool teachers. They’ve developed a tool, especially for schools serving younger children to make sure everyone stays connected! It’s not a complicated software that a school has to install, but a tool every teacher can choose to […]

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Video Tips for Back-to-School with mysimpleshow Classroom

How are you using video in your classroom this school year? If you’re looking for some video tips for back-to-school, the folks at mysimpleshow have you covered. mysimpleshow Classroom is an all-in-one, online solution for educators who want to incorporate video into their teaching and learning process. Video Tips for Back-to-School There are lots of […]

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Four Strategies for Google-Friendly Classrooms

Google tools have transformed the way we think about technology in the classroom. Students can collaborate with their peers, and create products that were unimaginable just a few years ago. There are strategies you can try out tomorrow if you’re embracing the power of Google-Friendly tools this school year. And a fantastic resource from two […]

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Earn Graduate Credit for Reading Professional Books

A very special opportunity came my way and I can’t wait to tell you all about it… This year there were over 150 people who joined my summer book clubs. It’s been so much fun listening into the Flipgrid videos and conversations around my books. Whether you join a book club or like to read […]

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