How to Use Google Podcasts with Students

There are so many wonderful ways to use podcasts with students. If you’re a regular follower of the blog, you know I love kid-friendly podcasts and have featured lots of favorites on the blog. But if you are using Google Tools with students, there is an even easier way to get podcasts in the hands […]

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Ways to Make EdTech Easier in 2021 — Easy EdTech Podcast 092

In this episode, you’ll hear five ways to start the year off strong and make EdTech easier in 2021. As you kick off the new year, try these five tips to reset, plan, and take action to simplify your EdTech integration. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts […]

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5 Quick Activities to Try with Jamboard Tomorrow

How do you use Jamboard? I love this powerful tool from Google and my Instagram feed has been full of tips and tricks throughout the past year. If you haven’t used Jamboard before, or you are looking for a few quick ideas to try out, this blog post has you covered.  We’ll start off with […]

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Top 10 Episodes of the Easy EdTech Podcast

As 2020 comes to a close, the Easy EdTech Podcast is quickly approaching 100 episodes. So today I’ve run the numbers and pulled together a list of the 10 most popular episodes from the past twelve months. It has been lots of fun sharing in this medium the past two years and I can’t wait […]

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Turning Reluctant Readers into Eager Readers with Digital Resources with Talia Kovacs — Easy EdTech Podcast 091

In this episode, literacy expert Talia Kovacs shares strategies to support reluctant readers. You’ll hear tips for broadening our definition of reading, ways to use digital tools with students, and recommendations to share with families. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Reluctant Readers First, identify […]

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A Digital Tool to Help Students in Crisis feat. Gaggle

This post is sponsored by Gaggle. All opinions are my own. What if you had another set of eyes to help students in crisis? I recently met up with the Gaggle team to learn more about their platform and how it supports students. This year, school counselors and educators are interacting with students in entirely […]

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How to Help Students Prepare for AP Tests with UWorld

This post about AP Test prep is in partnership with UWorld. All opinions are my own. Do your students take Advanced Placement tests? As I shared with the UWorld team when I first connected with them this fall, AP tests were a big part of my high school experience. As a college student, I was […]

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Manage Your District Typing Program with TypeTastic School Edition

This post is in partnership with Typing Master. All opinions are my own.  Do you use a typing program in your school? Classrooms across the world have incorporated typing programs, but managing them can be a challenge at an administrative level. You can now manage your district typing program with the TypeTastic School Edition platform.  […]

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Tips for Using Breakout Rooms with Dr. Desiree Alexander — Easy EdTech Podcast 090

In this episode, EdTech consultant Dr. Desiree Alexander shares tips for teachers using breakout rooms during video calls this year. You’ll hear strategies for getting started with breakout rooms and how to take it to the next level. Whether you are using Zoom, Google Meet, or another video conferencing tool this year, this episode has […]

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DIY Starter Kits to Create Smart Projects with Kids

This post is in partnership with Teknikio. All opinions are my own.  This year you can create smart projects with kids thanks to Tekniverse, a new platform supporting remote learning. If you’ve considered trying out hands-on projects with students while learning at a distance, this new platform from Teknikio has you covered.  Tekniverse is a […]

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