New Programmable Robot for Classrooms from Sphero Edu

Are you ready to take robots in your classroom to the next level? I am so excited to share something totally new from Sphero Edu. This programmable robot is like nothing I’ve seen before, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it. There is a special Kickstarter going on for just a few […]

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Women’s History Month Lesson Plans and Resources

March is Women’s History Month, and I have some resources to help you celebrate. It’s exciting to see increased commitments to makings sure all voices are heard in classrooms and subject areas. Although I sure hope the month of March isn’t the only time women’s voices are front and center, it’s always nice to have […]

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Automating Question Creation with AI and Quillionz

What does it look like to check for understanding with digital tools? Manual question generation is definitely time-consuming. Although there are times when you’ll want to customize, tweak and make your own questions for students, there is a new tool you’ll certainly want to check out. Quillionz makes automating question creation a reality. Quillionz is […]

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Free Online PDF Tools for Educators

I’m always on the lookout for new EdTech tools to share with educators. So when the folks at PDF Candy reached out to me this winter, I was ready to learn more about their website. They provide a platform that is totally free and helps you accomplish a wide range of goals. PDF Candy is […]

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Creative Teacher Projects for Any Classroom – Easy EdTech Podcast 005

In this episode I share favorite creative teacher projects perfect for any K-12 classroom or school to explore. You’ll hear how to use my spotlight tools Adobe Spark, or any of your favorite creation tools, to make newsletters, movies and more for your classroom! Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform: iTunes/Podcast App Google […]

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Space Station Academy Virtual Mission for Students

Do you want to send your students on a space mission? Engaging students in the STEM classroom can include a variety of strategies. Making connections to experiences and careers outside the classroom is a great way to show students their coursework in action. As we prepare students to solve the challenges of both today and […]

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How to Be Creatively Productive This School Year

What does it look like to be productive, creatively? Making the most of both digital and analog tools can be a challenge for learners of all ages. Finding your flow, staying on task, and making sure you have everything you need for a successful school year is easier said than done. So I’m very excited […]

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Augmented Reality 3D Rug: An Affordable, Engaging Classroom Addition

Did you catch me sitting on a classroom rug, snapping pictures and pretending to pet a grizzly bear? Well, it happened, and I’m pretty excited to share why I had no problem tossing my conference bag to the side and finding a spot on a colorful, classroom rug in a busy conference hall just a […]

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Metaverse Augmented Reality Collections for Educators

What does augmented reality look like in your classroom? Students can interact with course content in more ways than I ever imagined as a classroom teacher. When I first saw augmented reality in action, I couldn’t have imagined just how quickly educators and students could take on the task of creators. Students and teachers can […]

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Measure and Reward Online Reading with Stackup

Supporting and encouraging readers in your classroom can take many forms. I often have conversations with educators about recommendations for Chrome extensions and websites that are must-haves for Chromebook classrooms. When the team at Stackup reached out to me this year, I was really excited to learn about their tool to measure and reward online […]

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