Six Things You Might Not Know About Khan Academy – Easy EdTech Podcast 042

Ready for some Khan Academy tips for teachers? In this episode I’ll share a few things you might now know about Khan Academy, as well as an overview of this powerful, free tool for educators. You’ll also hear how Khan Academy can support your students and families inside and outside of the classroom and across […]

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Ways for Quiet Kids to Share Their Voice

Part of honoring student voice in the classroom is providing multiple ways for students to share what they have learned. Regular readers of the blog (sign up here) know that I love sharing EdTech strategies. This includes ways for them to participate with more options than raising their hand for a whole class discussion. I’ve […]

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How to Add QR Codes to Posters – Easy EdTech Podcast 041

In this episode I’ll share tips on how to create QR codes and how to add QR codes to posters. You’ll also hear about some free resources you can use right away to create and share your QR codes with posters! Do you use QR codes? Do you make posters? In this podcast episode, I’ll […]

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One-Day Poetry Activity for Seasonal Poems

I love wintertime, but any time of year is great for seasonal poems! Whether it’s snowing in December or raining in April, a poem connected to the seasons is a wonderful way for students to apply creative writing skills. In this blog post, I’ll share an activity you can do with students in just one […]

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KOOV Trial Kit for Hands-On Classroom Coding, Robotics, and Design

Are you getting ready to bring coding to your classroom? Last year, Sony launched the KOOV Educator Kit for STEAM classrooms. Now, they have a new KOOV Trial Kit for hands-on classroom coding, robotics, and design. With the KOOV Trial Kit, students can now access materials to bring STEAM concepts to life this school year. […]

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Gift Guide: Teacher Secret Santa Gift Ideas (all below $15)

Over the past few years, I’ve put together teacher gift guides to hopefully make your life a little bit easier this holiday season. From gifts that teachers who love Chromebooks might enjoy, to favorite books about education, I’ve compiled several lists with favorite gift ideas. This year, I took a bit of a different spin […]

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Creative App to Help Students with Logic and Reasoning

This year on the blog, I’ve had the chance to share some of the awesome apps from Avokiddo. They have a wide range of low-cost apps for iOS and Android. Thinkrolls Space is the newest creative app in their list of offerings. It is excellent for both at-home activities as well as classroom use. Readers […]

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Classroom Game for Vocabulary with a Home Connection!

Are you looking for a classroom game for vocabulary that can cover any subject in the K-6 curriculum? Futaba Classroom Games is an iPad app game for kids. In this blog post, I’ll share some key features of this multi-player app. You’ll also hear their big announcement on a new edition of Futaba for use […]

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How to Add Video to School Announcements

If you have a school event on the calendar, how do you stand out on social media? In the past few weeks, school storytelling has been front of mind. Sharing special moments and getting the word out about upcoming events are two ways schools can use social media to connect with their community. In October […]

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Simple Augmented Reality Apps for Kids – Easy EdTech Podcast 040

In this episode, you’ll learn about some of my favorite augmented reality apps for kids — along with quick ideas for getting started with augmented reality this school year. You’ll also hear about project ideas you can use with some of these AR tools! Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform: iTunes/ Apple Podcast […]

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