AR Apps for Learning at Home with Augmented Reality – Easy EdTech Podcast 065

In this episode, I share eight augmented reality apps that students and families can use at home. On this list of AR apps, I share resources for different subject areas, age groups and devices. You’ll also hear about strategies for introducing these apps to families and students. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite […]

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How to Make Summer Resource Lists for Families

As the school year winds down and you are thinking forward to summer, a resource list for families might be on your to-do list. In this blog post, I’ve created a step-by-step guide for creating a summer resource list for families. My goal is always to make EdTech easier in any way I can, and […]

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A Robotics Kit (and Lessons) for Your STEM Program

With just a few days to go, I’m excited today to tell you about a new Kickstarter campaign. It features a low-cost learning platform perfect for STEM programs. The TechLabs TL1 SWARM Robotics Kit includes everything you’ll need for bringing robots into a STEM Program.  The team at TechLabs reached out to me this spring […]

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Teach Coding to Elementary Students with an Adventure Course

How can you teach coding to elementary school students? This question might feel like a mighty one, but there is a new resource designed to tackle this challenge. If you’ve thought about introducing elementary school-aged students to coding and robotics, CoderZ Adventure is a fantastic resource! If you follow along with the blog, you may […]

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How to Add Captions to Zoom Classes During Distance Learning

Are you hosting Zoom meetings for students and colleagues? Setting up live captioning is a best practice many schools and districts are exploring. Rev now lets you add captions to Zoom classes during distance learning. If you’ve listened to my podcast in the past, you may know that I create transcripts for each episode. I […]

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Education Podcast Spotlight: How Education Today Tackles Top Issues

Where do you go to hear from the leading figures in education? If you are looking for insight and inspiration on the current state of teaching and learning, there is a new education podcast you’ll want to hear! It’s called Education Today, and each episode is packed with big ideas and actionable takeaways for everyone […]

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Video Editor and Storyboarding Tool for Online Teaching

Are you creating videos for online learning? Video editing and storyboarding might be part of your process, and there is a video editor tool designed to make this easier for you. Write-on Video from Kdan Mobile has planning outlines, so anyone making videos can plan and create efficiently. In this blog post, I’ll share an […]

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How Students Can Work in Teams Remotely with Rachelle Dene Poth – Easy EdTech Podcast 064

In this episode, I talk with ISTE author Rachelle Dene Poth about collaboration in remote learning environments. She shares strategies for supporting students working in teams when they aren’t side-by-side but working from home instead. You’ll also hear about her favorite technology tools and tips for remote learning. Listen to the podcast episode on your […]

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How to Make Images for Google Keep Notes with Spark Post

How do you stay organized? There are lots of strategies for online notetaking and to-do lists. One of my favorites is Google Keep. In this blog post, I’ll take you through a favorite combo using Adobe Spark Post to make images for Google Keep. If you follow along with me on Instagram (find my account […]

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Teaching with Augmented Reality? Get Started with Seek Education

Is it possible to teach with augmented reality? As a big fan of this technology, I’m always on the lookout for tools that connect teachers to high-quality resources. If you want to bring AR back into your lessons or you’re teaching with augmented reality for the first time, the team at Seek Education has you […]

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