Instagram Reels: A Creative Way to Share EdTech Tips – Easy EdTech Podcast 112

In this episode, I’ll take you through the steps of finding and sharing helpful EdTech tips on Instagram Reels. You’ll also hear how you can create your own Reels to share with colleagues and other educators near and far! Learning from Instagram Reels You don’t have to be a celebrity to create engaging, helpful content […]

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On-Demand Tutoring and Homework Help for Students

As we approach the end of the school year, there are many things to consider. From organizing resources from this past year to recommending resources to families, you might also have questions coming into your inbox about ways families can support their children as learners. Today’s blog post is all about on-demand tutoring and homework […]

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Breaking Down Google Workspace Webinar with Trafera

Do you use Google tools in your classroom, school, or district? Like so many educators, the first few minutes of my workday often include a handful of stops in Google-powered tools. From a quick check of my email inbox to reviewing responses from a Google Form, so much of my day includes carving out time […]

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6 Ways to Reinforce SEL with K-3 Students this Summer

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) is essential during the school year, but the learning and engagement don’t need to stop during the summer months. If you listen to my Easy EdTech Podcast, you might remember the conversation I had with Krista Leh earlier this year all about social-emotional learning. It’s a topic I’ve featured a few times […]

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How to Get Started with Movie-Making in the Classroom – Easy EdTech Podcast 111

One of the most common questions I get from teachers is how to start a movie-making project with their students. There are so many great tools out there that it can be hard to figure out where to begin. In this episode, I share my favorite tips for getting started with movie-making and some of […]

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9 Reasons Why I Love Google Slides (And You Should, Too)

What’s not to love about Google Slides? It’s a free, powerful online presentation tool that doesn’t require any design skills. I’ve been using it for what seems like forever and have seen it evolve into an even more robust platform. Regular readers of the blog know that I am a big fan of all things […]

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5 Tips for Meaningful Data Collection this School Year

What type of data do you really want to collect this school year? Whether you are approaching the last few weeks of school or planning for the upcoming school year, data collection is part of our everyday work as educators. You might monitor information on student participation during live video instruction or review formative assessment […]

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How To Learn a New Language While You Browse the Web

Could it really be possible to learn a new language while scrolling through a webpage? Every Thursday on Clubhouse, I host a room where educators pop in and share EdTech tips or wins from their week. If you’ve joined me in a Clubhouse room this year, you’ve probably heard educators from across the world sharing […]

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Introduce Early Readers to a Variety of Cultures and Traditions

What types of text do you include in your classroom library? If you’ve used ebooks or digital texts with students, you know that often the selection is limited. Finding high-interest books that introduce students to a variety of cultures and traditions is essential. As you work with digital readers this school year, a great web-based […]

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How to Use Digital Math Tools With Your Students with Naomi Church – Easy EdTech Podcast 110

What role does technology play in your math classroom? In this episode, Naomi Church shares tips for everyday math lessons and shares strategies for incorporating UDL (Universal Design for Learning) into your math instruction. You’ll hear how to incorporate distance learning practices into a face-to-face classroom setting to give students multiple ways to learn and […]

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