Digital Citizenship Lesson Ideas for Students

Do you teach digital citizenship in your classroom? Digital citizenship doesn’t necessarily have to be a part of a set curriculum. Instead, you can integrate digital citizenship lesson ideas into student learning experiences in any subject area. Regular readers of the blog know that I love the ebook creation tool Book Creator. You might have […]

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7 Creative Summer Project Ideas Using Adobe Spark – Easy EdTech Podcast 068

In this episode, I’ll highlight seven creative summer project ideas using the open-ended creation tool Adobe Spark. You’ll hear how to access and use the free Adobe Spark tools for student and teacher creations. We’ll look at ideas for teacher creators and student projects you can tailor to different grade levels and subject areas. Listen […]

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Create Engaging Activities for Your Online Classes Using Raptivity

How can you create activities that engage students during online classes? Making sure that students are interested in and excited about the content you share is essential. You can create an environment for online learning that is visual, engaging, and fun. Earlier this spring, the folks at Raptivity reached out to me to share two […]

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Take Action from Conversations with Top Education Leaders

This year a new podcast came on the scene at the perfect time to help educators find inspiration, tackle big ideas, and take action. Education Today is a new podcast featuring conversations with top education leaders. They’ve gathered guests from across the industry to help listeners get a better understanding of the issues and trends […]

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How Art Fits Into Your STEM Curriculum with Tim Needles – Easy EdTech Podcast 067

In this episode, we’ll explore how to infuse art into your STEM curriculum. ISTE author Tim Needles shares his experience with designing creative learning experiences for students. You’ll also hear his recommendations for cross-curricular connections and favorite EdTech tools. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Play Stitcher Spotify […]

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Free eBooks for Kids with Assessments and Vocabulary Support

Are you searching for free eBooks for kids? The team at AmEnglish has you covered with adaptive assessments, vocabulary support, and so much more! Through the end of the 2020-21 school year, their distance learning resources are completely free for teachers and schools. In this blog post, I’ll share all of the details so you […]

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How to Incorporate Computational Thinking in Any Subject with Jorge Valenzuela – Easy EdTech Podcast 066

In this episode, you’ll hear from Jorge Valenzuela as he shares the what, why and how of computational thinking in classrooms. Jorge describes how to use the foundations of computational thinking in any subject area. We’ll talk about our favorite EdTech tools and strategies, and Jorge shares his book Rev Up Robotics. Listen to the […]

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How to Use Adobe Spark to Make TikTok Videos

Have you thought about creating TikTok videos? I’ve had a lot of conversations this spring about TikTok. It’s a platform full of short videos and the past few months I’ve posted EdTech tips on TikTok. So today I wanted to share a strategy with you to make TikTok videos… one that doesn’t include your killer […]

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Use PebbleGo Health to Teach SEL to Elementary Students

Do you support K-3 readers with health education? Regular readers of the blog know I’m a big fan of PebbleGo. You might remember my posts on creative project-based learning activities that incorporate this excellent resource. You might recall that earlier this year, I shared how they have supported teachers and families during school closures, too. […]

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AR Apps for Learning at Home with Augmented Reality – Easy EdTech Podcast 065

In this episode, I share eight augmented reality apps that students and families can use at home. On this list of AR apps, I share resources for different subject areas, age groups and devices. You’ll also hear about strategies for introducing these apps to families and students. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite […]

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