Indoor Air Quality Sensor for Schools from i3CAIR

Classroom technology can take many forms. In addition to Chromebooks and iPads, you may want to consider an indoor air quality sensor this school year. When the team behind the i3CAIR indoor air quality sensor reached out to me this spring, I was interested in learning more. I knew what an air quality sensor could […]

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3 Ways to Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

During the month of May, there is a special week dedicated to appreciating teachers. If you are celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week (Monday, May 3rd through Friday, May 7th), the team at Rise Vision has something special for you. In this blog post, I’ll share a few ways to celebrate teacher appreciation week this year, along […]

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Save Time and Streamline Your Workflow with JotForm Approvals

Course registrations, field trip requests, tutor applications — there are lots of forms and paperwork that come through an educator’s desk. These documents often require review in order to move through an approval process. What if you could streamline your workflow, save time, and automate these steps? In this blog post, I’m excited to share […]

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3 Time-Saving Assessment Tips for Teachers with Willisa Osburn – Easy EdTech Podcast 109

Looking to save time in your assessment routine? In this episode, Willisa Osburn shares three time-saving tips for formative and summative assessment alongside some favorite tools. You’ll hear about automating tasks, setting up your digital workspace, and the long-term benefits of vertical planning. Want to save time with assessments? How do you fit all of […]

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How a Transparent Light Board Can Transform Your Classroom

Does a transparent light board have a place in your classroom? Whether you are teaching in a face-to-face environment or at a distance, there is a new tool to help you reach your students. With a quick setup, eGlass can take the simple action of writing on board to model a concept to the next […]

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Transform G Suite for Education Learning Experiences with Hāpara

Do you use Google tools in your classroom? I love all things Google. From Sheets to Docs to Slides, I spend a lot of time bouncing around between Google tools throughout the day. G Suite for Education offers so many options for teachers and students. If you’re a regular reader of the blog, you know that […]

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What You Need to Know About Sharing Podcasts with Students – Easy EdTech Podcast 108

Do you want to find out how to use podcasts in your classroom? In this episode, I will share tips for using podcasts with students across grade levels and subject areas. We’ll also talk about setting a purpose, finding resources and involving families. Podcasts are an excellent way to engage students in learning because they […]

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How to Simplify Google Classroom Data with Schoolytics

What do you do with all of the Google Classroom data you collect during the school year? From monitoring student engagement to reviewing student formative assessments, there is a lot of data that comes your way. As a classroom teacher, finding a system to manage all of the data I collected was often an obstacle I […]

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5 Participation Strategies for Self-Paced Teaching

What does participation look like in your self-paced distance learning classroom? If you are thinking about boosting participation, there are a few options to consider. These self-paced teaching strategies are flexible for you to make your own. You can use them during remote learning experiences or when students work at their own pace in a […]

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8 Strategies to Level Up Your Brain Breaks — Easy EdTech Podcast 107

There are many ways to help your students refocus during class, but brain breaks can be a great way to give them a little break and allow them time for self-regulation. In this episode, you’ll learn what brain breaks are, why they work, and some activities that you can use with your class right away! […]

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