Book Creator Webinar Series for Summer

Well, it has finally warmed up here in the northeast and I’m excited to continue a summer tradition with the folks at Book Creator. From May through August of this year, I’m hosting 10 (that’s right – ten!) Book Creator webinars all about this open-ended creation tool. In this post, you’ll find registration links for […]

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Online Video Lessons and Virtual Classroom from Study.com

Are you looking for online video lessons for your students? The team at Study.com has created an online platform and virtual classroom to share thousands of resources with students. With Study.com students can access quality videos and assessments with each lesson and teachers can keep resources organized and ready for differentiation. Virtual Classroom Study.com has […]

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Legends of Learning Science Games for Kids

What does gaming have to do with test prep? The team at Legends of Learning have created a set of online resources for students and teachers. With hundreds of science games for kids in elementary and middle school, their website has standards-based science games and assessments for the science classroom. Legends of Learning was designed […]

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Online Course: Tech Tools to Give Even the Quietest Kids a Voice

Students have a wide variety of needs, and sometimes these aren’t identified by a baseline test, mid-term assessment, or end of the unit exam. How can educators support students who need something a little bit different than their peers – who are quieter than their classmates? I’m so excited to share this new course titled, […]

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Video Tutorials for College Students from Clutch Prep

I love multimedia resources that provide engaging, informative content for students. Earlier this month the team at Clutch Prep reached out to share their platform full of video tutorials for college students. In addition to these video study resources, Clutch Prep also includes review material for different college-level topics making it useful for students in […]

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Adobe Spark Activities for Elementary Students

Creation in the classroom is essential at every age. All students have stories to tell about their learning, and I’m so excited that the Adobe Spark creation tools are now available for students under 13 years old. From math and science to reading and writing activities, there are lots of ways for students to create […]

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Evaluate Effectiveness of EdTech Investments with NetRef

How can you tell if your EdTech investments are truly paying off? NetRef now provides real-time data for school leaders to help them evaluate effectiveness of EdTech investments and gauge return on investment on EdTech tools. If you haven’t heard of NetRef before, it’s used by classroom teachers and schools to personalize Internet access for […]

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Gamified Learning to Improve English with Knudge.me

Can an app help you improve English skills? Earlier this year the team behind Knudge.me reached out to share their powerful Android and iOS app. Designed to help learners of all ages strengthen English language skills, Knudge.me uses bite-sized lessons through games. It’s an app available in the Google Play store and Apple Store with […]

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4 Ways to Create Super Readers in Your Classroom

Reading is an essential part of the school day all year long. As you prepare for the end of the school year, this is a fantastic time to try out a new tool, energize your independent reading time, and set up your students for summer reading success. You can use MoxieReader to create Super Readers […]

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Interactive Whiteboards and Blended Learning Stations

Over the past few years, I’ve had the chance to visit schools with access to a wide range of digital tools. Some have a tablet for each student to use throughout the school day, while others may have a handful of laptops or Chromebook computers, or an interactive display mounted on the wall. Last month […]

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