How To Create Interactive Journals with Students

This free ebook on interactive journals was created in partnership with Book Creator. Interactive journals can transform the way students share their learning throughout the school year. In this blog post, I’ll take you through a free resource I put together for the folks at Book Creator all about journaling. This free ebook is full […]

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A Spreadsheet-Powered Database Tool for Educators

This post is in partnership with JotForm Tables. All opinions are my own.  Keeping track of projects, new initiatives, and team meetings can be challenging during the school year. When the team at JotForm reached out to let me know about their new tool, JotForm Tables, I couldn’t wait to share it with you. As […]

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How to Make YouTube Video Covers with Adobe Spark

I’ve had the pleasure of working with this company. All opinions are my own.   YouTube has always been a popular place to share videos with colleagues, students, and families.  Are you making videos and posting them to YouTube this school year? In just a few quick steps you can make customized covers for all of […]

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4 Tips for Assessing Online Learning and Feedback — Easy EdTech Podcast 086

In this episode, I’ll share tips for checking for understanding while students learn online. Whether you are part of a distance learning initiative or teaching students with technology in the classroom, assessing online learning and giving feedback is essential. Listen in for strategies and favorite EdTech tools to support assessment and feedback. Listen to the […]

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Showing Thanks! Creative Gratitude Activities for Students

I’ve had the pleasure of working with this company. All opinions are my own.  As we get ready to enter into November, I have an activity to share with you that’s all about giving thanks. Sharing what we’re thankful for, especially during a challenging year, is important. And there are lots of ways to get […]

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Taking the First Steps into STEAM with Jeannine Flores — Easy EdTech Podcast 085

In this episode, Jeannine Flores shares tips for educators who are getting started with STEAM in their classroom, school, or district. If you are a seasoned STEAM educator you’ll also hear some of Jeannine’s social-emotional learning (SEL) connections and plenty of actionable tips. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App […]

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Create Activities and Assignments for Students

This post is in partnership with Bloomz. All opinions are my own. Do you use a family engagement and parent communication app? Most of these platforms incorporate messaging and scheduling, but Bloomz is taking it to the next level. You can now create activities and assignments for students using the new features in Bloomz! If […]

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5 Ways to Prioritize SEL in the STEM Classroom

This SEL in the STEM classroom event is sponsored by Unruly Studios. All opinions are my own. How can you prioritize social-emotional learning in the STEM classroom? Later this month, I’ll share five ways to make SEL a priority in your STEM classroom this school year. Join us for this free webinar! You’ll also get […]

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The Future of Feedback with Keyset Google Chrome Extension

This post is in partnership with Key Understanding. All opinions are my own.  Made by teachers for teachers, Keyset’s Google Chrome extension can help you give faster student feedback this school year! Providing feedback to students is essential at all ages and in all subject areas. As students create and share their work in online […]

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How to Support Healthy Media Use in Your Classroom with Lila Shroff — Easy EdTech Podcast 084

In this episode, Lila Shroff shares her perspective on healthy media use and ways to have discussions about social media in your classroom. Lila is on a gap year and offers a student perspective on podcasting as an authentic project for students, and activities you can try out with students of all ages. Listen to […]

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