Emergent Bilingual Educators Award Program from Rosetta Stone

There is some big news this month from Rosetta Stone! They’ve just launched a new program to celebrate emergent bilingual educators. In this blog post, I’ll share Rosetta Stone Education’s new bilingual educators award program and how schools now have a chance to win almost $100,000 in prizes this year. If you haven’t heard of […]

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What Leaders Should Know About Remote Learning with Eric Sheninger – Easy EdTech Podcast 063

In this episode, we’ll take a look at a leadership perspective on remote learning. Eric Sheninger, author of Digital Leadership shares recommendations for school leaders tackling the challenges of supporting students, teachers and families, learning and working at home. I’m excited to welcome Eric Sheninger on the podcast, in a moment you’ll hear our conversation […]

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3 EdTech Tools for Interactive Teaching and Learning

What does interactive teaching and learning look like? I was so excited to finally meet the Merrills earlier this year. They have a fantastic book with interactive teaching and learning strategies that are perfect for both inside and outside of the classroom. Authors Kristin and Joe Merrill have a combined 19 years of teaching experience. […]

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Teaching Tips for Making Interactive Lessons with Students

Do you use interactive teaching materials? Whether you create lessons for face-to-face or remote learning environments, there are lots of benefits to using interactive lesson design tools. They organize information, communicate concepts visually, and give students a resource to revisit when they are ready to review.  Earlier this year, I connected with the team at […]

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3 Tips to Help Make Remote Learning More Personal

How can we make sure that remote learning feels as personal as a traditional classroom experience? As schools are in the midst of a sudden shift to remote learning, we’re all tackling this question. So I went back to a podcast interview I conducted last spring for some inspiration. Thomas Murray is the author of […]

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7 Reasons I Love Google Keep – Easy EdTech Podcast 062

In this episode, you’ll hear about one of my favorite productivity tools Google Keep and how to use it for your own organization as well as with students. Learn about seven reasons this tool is a must-have in your tool belt with my favorite Google Keep tips. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite […]

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How to Use Video Journals with Students

What is a video journal? In the context of today’s blog post, I’m using the term video journals to describe a space where students use video, audio, images, and music to create a journal entry you can watch and listen to. You can use video journals as a weekly way for students to respond to […]

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Everything You Need to Ace Computer Science and Coding

This spring, the creators of a special guide reached out to me. Their popular resource for students has millions of copies in print. I’m excited to share it with you in today’s blog post. Everything You Need to Ace Computer Science and Coding in One Big Fat Notebook is a study guide for middle schoolers. You can now […]

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New Remote Learning Resource Page from Buncee

Have you seen the new remote learning resource page from Buncee? It’s full of guides and activities for students learning at home. Buncee is free for teachers and students while schools are closed. I can’t wait to tell you about everything they have to support student creativity! If you haven’t heard of Buncee before, it […]

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9 Benefits of Using Flipgrid for Book Clubs – Easy EdTech Podcast 061

In this episode, I share strategies for hosting asynchronous book clubs in digital spaces and tips for using Flipgrid. You’ll hear strategies for using Flipgrid for book clubs with students and how you can use this strategy with your colleagues for remote professional development. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast […]

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