EdTech Webinars for Teachers: Strategies Paired with Favorite Tools

Ready to pair a new strategy with a favorite EdTech tool? Earlier this year, I hosted a three-part series with the folks at OTIS for Educators all about EdTech Essentials. Well, I’m very excited to join them again this fall for a special webinar series. This time around, each webinar focuses on one of the […]

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Targeted Virtual Tutoring Program for Students

One-on-one, high-impact tutoring can help move the needle for students, and online tutoring can help connect students with subject matter experts anytime they need support. What does one-on-one online tutoring look like in action? There are different models for virtual tutoring, and your students might benefit from homework help to targeted weekly sessions with specific […]

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The Benefits of Using Moviemaking in Your Classroom with Jessica Pack – Easy EdTech Podcast 131

In this episode, ISTE author and California Teacher of the Year Jessica Pack joins me to discuss bringing moviemaking into any subject area with students at any grade level. You’ll also hear some of Jessica’s favorite strategies and creation tools along with the brain science of storytelling and social emotional benefits of moviemaking in the […]

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Create Interactive Assignments to Match Your Math Lesson Plans

Do you use math games in your classroom? To save you time each week, you can create interactive assignments that support your weekly math lesson plans. Boddle Learning helps teachers design engaging learning experiences for students. You can set up gameplay for students that reinforces and reviews content from your classroom, personalized for each learner. […]

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Identifying the Best EdTech Tools for Your School – Bonus Episode with Teq

In this episode, I’m joined by Joseph Sanfilippo, Director of eLearning at OTIS for Educators, to discuss how to identify the best EdTech tools for your school.  You’ll hear Joseph share advice and recommendations for educators so they can make the most of the EdTech that is out there and available to them. Best EdTech […]

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Level Up Your Lessons with Bite-Sized eLearning Courses

Are you interested in using video content in your blended or flipped classroom? The bite-sized eLearning courses from Rumie can help you access engaging content to share with students. You can share social media-style content in your classroom to go beyond a traditional classroom experience. This platform can save you time as you create and […]

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Use Digital Videos for Assessment and Engagement with Screencastify

There is a new version of the popular tool Screencastify that I can’t wait to tell you about today. If you’ve joined me for a webinar or workshop this year, you know I often talk about the power of video. Video tools can give students more ways to share their learning. Video can also make […]

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How to Use Tech Tools to Stay Connected with Families with Amber Peterson – Easy EdTech Podcast 130

In this episode, educator Amber Peterson joins me to discuss how to use technology to stay connected with families. You’ll also hear about how to use digital tools to build a community and establish a sense of belonging for caregivers. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher […]

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Unlimited Digital Signage for Your Entire School

What does messaging look like in your school building? If you are looking for a new way to share information this school year, digital signage is worth considering. In this blog post, we’ll look at ways unlimited digital signage can support your communication goals this year and a popular resource. There are lots of reasons […]

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Movies for Every Subject Area: Creating Active Learning Through Film

Film is a powerful medium for storytelling. If we’re anything alike, you’ve laughed, cried, and maybe even yelled out in surprise when watching a movie for the first (or one hundredth) time. How can you create active learning through film? Active learning experiences ask students to think deeply, discuss, and make connections as they watch […]

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