How to Use EdLight to Focus on Authentic Student Work

Do you have a full picture of your students’ thought process? Multiple choice questions often give us a limited view of how well students understand something new. This year, the team at EdLight reached out to me to share how their tool provides a full picture of student understanding through the collection of authentic student […]

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New Ways To Use Jamboard with Torie Marquez — Easy EdTech Podcast 099

In this episode, Torie Marquez shares three favorite ways to use Jamboard in professional development settings along with student-friendly activities for Jamboard. You’ll hear tips you can use tomorrow and ideas you can customize for any learning environment. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Jamboard […]

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What Is Clubhouse? 15 Clubhouse Tips for Educators on the App

Over the past few weeks, I’ve heard the same question from many educators. What is Clubhouse? This new social media platform is gaining traction, and it’s been exciting to see how quickly so many educators are jumping into this new collaborative space. Whenever I dive into a new space, I’m on the lookout for other […]

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How the LenovoEDU Community is Connecting Educators

Where do you go to find teaching ideas and resources? The LenovoEDU Community is a new online space to connect with peers and experts, explore high-quality educational resources, and learn from others within the community. I’m so excited to partner with the LenovoEDU Community to share exclusive content on their site. In this blog post, […]

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Why You Should Add Wakelet to Your Tool Belt with Rachel Coathup — Easy EdTech Podcast 098

In this episode, learn about Wakelet and all the ways you can use it with students and colleagues this school year. You’ll hear from Rachel Coathup who talks about how this free tool is a must-have in your tool belt. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher […]

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Talk About Tough Topics with Virtual Expert Panels

Talking about tough topics is essential for students. But having these challenging conversations might feel like a significant obstacle to overcome. This year, the team at Nepris has set up a series of free, live discussions with virtual expert panels. We know that students have instant access to information on so many topics — including […]

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Differentiate Your Reading and Math Activities with eSpark

Looking for a simple way to connect students with interactive lessons? eSpark has a teacher- and student-friendly platform that gives you access to activities that support differentiated instruction. If you’re looking for engaging reading and math activities, eSpark has you covered. eSpark is free through the end of the school year. Now is a great […]

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YouTube Channels to Use in Your Classroom

YouTube is a dynamic online space used in lots of different ways. Although you might hear students talking about making TikTok videos instead of YouTube videos, this is a space for student creators and consumers of all age levels. When someone says I’m going to Google to find the answer, they often use Google interchangeably […]

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Favorite Tips for Using Adobe Spark with Claudio Zavala, Jr. — Easy EdTech Podcast 097

In this episode, you’ll hear from Adobe Spark evangelist Claudio Zavala as he shares tips and strategies for using Adobe Spark with students. You’ll hear tips for promoting creativity and supporting students using EdTech to share their learning in any subject area. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google […]

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How To Support Students Returning to In-Person Instruction in 2021

As you plan for this year and the school year ahead, what decisions will you make around in-person instruction? This is a question I’ve received a lot the past few months and a popular topic in teacher Clubhouse rooms I’ve listened into this winter. If you are thinking through how to finish up the school […]

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