LMS and Assessment Resources

The Best of #ISTE19 News from Soundtrap | Day 3

Did you hear the news? This week I’ve partnered with Soundtrap for a special blog series! On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week, Soundtrap is sharing the very best from the ISTE Conference. Here’s the announcement in case you missed it! A large industry conference like ISTE can feel overwhelming for everyone. This is my […]

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The Best of #ISTE19 News from Soundtrap | Day 1

This year I’ve partnered with Soundtrap to share their very special podcast series. Over the next three days, Soundtrap will release a brand new podcast episode featuring the very best news from ISTE. Below, you’ll find a special message — I can’t wait for you to check it out! How to Empower Student Voice with […]

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8 Budgeting Tips to Save Schools Time and Money

It’s the time of year when schools and districts are reviewing budgets and making plans for the upcoming year. Although I can hardly believe it is June already, I’m so glad that the folks at Kiddom reached out to me to share a new guide to support school leaders this season. Kiddom’s school budgeting tips […]

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Smart Similarity Detection Software for Students and Teachers

Have you used smart similarity detection software at your school? With the power of artificial intelligence, online tools can check for plagiarism. Students, teachers, and school administrators can all jump into similarity detection software. Smart Similarity Detection Software The team behind PlagiarismCheck.org reached out to me earlier this year to share their smart similarity detection […]

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The Next Generation of School Communication

Family engagement and clear school communication are essential throughout the school year. How do you stay connected with your entire school community? Education technology tools can help all members of a school and district share information. As you reflect on the ways you’ve established clear channels of communication in the past and think forward to […]

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Create Math Courses On Demand with Curriculum Engine

The team at Walch Mathematics has created a new curriculum platform to help educators customize math resources. Just launched this month, Curriculum Engine is a dynamic platform. It gives educators access to high-quality, standards-aligned courses for high school math. And with this resource, you can adjust the curriculum to meet the needs of your students. […]

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Free Trial for Collaborative Curriculum Measuring Tool

There’s a new way to collaborate and measure curriculum across all classrooms within a school or district! If you’ve been looking for a new way to work together with colleagues as you build, measure, and fine-tune curriculum, the folks at Kiddom have something special for you. Their new tool helps you plan and stay organized […]

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Automating Question Creation with AI and Quillionz

What does it look like to check for understanding with digital tools? Manual question generation is definitely time-consuming. Although there are times when you’ll want to customize, tweak and make your own questions for students, there is a new tool you’ll certainly want to check out. Quillionz makes automating question creation a reality. Quillionz is […]

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How to Be Creatively Productive This School Year

What does it look like to be productive, creatively? Making the most of both digital and analog tools can be a challenge for learners of all ages. Finding your flow, staying on task, and making sure you have everything you need for a successful school year is easier said than done. So I’m very excited […]

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Measure and Reward Online Reading with Stackup

Supporting and encouraging readers in your classroom can take many forms. I often have conversations with educators about recommendations for Chrome extensions and websites that are must-haves for Chromebook classrooms. When the team at Stackup reached out to me this year, I was really excited to learn about their tool to measure and reward online […]

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