Fun-Filled Virtual Summer Camp for Kids

Are you looking for an engaging summer learning option for students? Many students have been invited to participate in summer programs at their school or district, but if you are searching for a virtual option, SplashLearn has you covered. From elementary English Language Arts practice to interactive math content, there is a lot to explore […]

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5 Reasons to Try Out Whiteboard in Microsoft Teams

Have you used the Whiteboard in Microsoft Teams? This powerful tool built right into Microsoft Teams supports dynamic, engaging learning experiences. If you’re new to the Whiteboard in Teams, today’s blog post provides an introduction and highlights a few reasons to check it out. If you’ve spent time in Whiteboard already, this post will let […]

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How to Support Girls in STEM with Dr. Mina Jo Blazy – Easy EdTech Podcast 119

In this episode, I speak to K.C. Boyd all about the ways school librarians are integrating technology to support students across grade levels and subject areas. You’ll hear tips from K.C. on teaching media literacy, digital tools to differentiate reading experiences for kids, EdTech in the library and more! EdTech in the Library Listen to […]

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An Invitation: Join Hello PLATO to Make Online Learning Personal

How can you make online learning more personal this school year? When I first connected with the team at Hello PLATO, I was curious to see just what they could do for teachers and students. Customizing online learning experiences to make it personal for students checks so many boxes. From gathering more robust information to […]

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4 Reasons to Make Digital Summer Resource Lists for Families – Easy EdTech Podcast 118

Summer is here, and you might be wondering how to help families keep kids engaged with high-quality resources during the break. In this episode of the Easy EdTech Podcast, we’ll explore digital summer resource lists for families. You’ll hear four reasons why you might want to make digital resource lists for this summer and some resources […]

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Must-Try Updates from Microsoft Teams Assignments

What’s new in Microsoft Teams? This year there have been lots of exciting new updates to MS Teams. In today’s blog post, I’ll take you through the updates related to the Assignments in MS Teams. From group assignments to class recordings, there are many new features to explore! If you’re new to MS Teams, Teams […]

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The Story Behind Reading Progress: A Transformative EdTech Tool – Bonus Episode with Microsoft Education

In this episode, Microsoft Education product manager Mike Tholfsen joins to share the story behind Reading Progress, a new Microsoft Teams app that is free for teachers. You’ll hear what Reading Progress can do to transform literacy instruction and assessment. Reading Fluency App I’m excited to have Mike Tholfsen on the show for a special […]

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6 Tips for Planning a Successful Podcasting Lesson

Do you struggle with incorporating podcasts into your classroom? I’ve compiled my favorite tips for using podcasts with students. You don’t have to be a podcasting expert, but you can use this information to get started with a successful podcasting lesson, today! In this blog post (and corresponding episode of the Easy EdTech Podcast) you’ll […]

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What You Need to Know About EdTech in the Library with K.C. Boyd – Easy EdTech Podcast 117

In this episode, I speak to K.C. Boyd all about the ways school librarians are integrating technology to support students across grade levels and subject areas. You’ll hear tips from K.C. on teaching media literacy, digital tools to differentiate reading experiences for kids, EdTech in the library and more! EdTech in the Library Listen to […]

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7 Ways to Support Summer Reading with Digital Resources

Ready to dive into summer reading activities? Capstone Interactive and PebbleGo can help support readers this summer. These fantastic resources can become part of a structured learning experience for students. Or they can be used when students read and research on their own time. Reading has a place in every season, including the structured and […]

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