Incorporating Creativity and Visuals in Tech-Friendly Projects with Al Thomas — Easy EdTech Podcast 083

In this episode, Al Thomas, founder of Educopilot, shares tech-friendly project ideas you can tailor to your classroom. He discusses his work with creativity integration training and digital learning resources. You’ll also hear about Al’s favorite tools and tips that promote creativity in any learning environment. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: […]

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How to Become an Adobe Creative Educator

I’ve had the pleasure of working with this company. All opinions are my own. Are you a creative educator? Sometimes when we hear that term, our first thought goes to the art classroom. But creativity is way more than picking up a paintbrush or sitting in front of a pottery wheel. Creativity is in everything […]

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Free Lessons on How Marijuana Affects the Developing Brain

This post is sponsored by Ask, Listen, Learn. All opinions are my own.  Do you want to help students understand how cannabis  affects their developing brains? There is a free resource for teachers, students and families, you’re going to love! Responsibility.org’s Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix is a science-based underage drinking prevention […]

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Teaching Tech Fluency With Icons in Early Childhood Classrooms with Pana Asavavatana – 082

In this episode, early childhood educator Pana Asavavatana shares strategies for using technology with our youngest students. You’ll hear how she teaches tech fluency with icons in Early Childhood Classrooms and some of her favorite tools, including Seesaw. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Play Stitcher Spotify Teaching […]

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Simple Civics Lesson for Students with a Fantasy Sports Spin

This post is in partnership with Fantasy Congress. All opinions are my own. Civics education is essential, and it doesn’t have to include a list of facts for students to memorize. Do you think that fantasy sports can help teach students about politics? I was a little skeptical at first, but I’m so glad that […]

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Transform Worksheets Into Interactive Online Activities for Students

This post is sponsored by TeacherMade. All opinions are my own.  How can you turn passive learning into a more active and interactive experience? More students are working online than ever before and more teachers are looking at ways to use classroom technology. There are lots of ways to rethink your traditional learning experiences. Today, […]

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All-in-One Tutoring Platform for Educators

This post is in partnership with Trilogy Mentors, all opinions are my own. Have you thought about offering tutoring services to students? If the answer is yes, or if this is something you already do, I have a fantastic tutoring platform to tell you about. In this blog post, we’ll dive into Trilogy Mentors. You’ll […]

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4 Best Practices for Video Journals – Easy EdTech Podcast 081

In this episode, you’ll hear about video journals and why you might want to use multimedia to have students share this school year. This episode includes best practices for setting up video journals and using them with students. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Play Stitcher Spotify Strategies […]

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How to Easily Share Educational Resources with Capstone Connect

This post is sponsored by Capstone Publishing. All opinions are my own. Are you looking for an easier way to find and share educational resources with students? Whether you are teaching face-to-face in a classroom or supporting students with distance learning, Capstone Connect makes it easier than ever to locate high-quality resources for students. Capstone […]

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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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