LMS and Assessment Resources

How to Bring Coding Activities Into Any Classroom

Coding activities come in many different forms and might have more of a place in your classroom than you think. As a gateway to digital skills, coding experiences can spark conversations around digital citizenship, media literacy, and so much more. If you’ve thought about introducing coding activities into your classroom, there is a set of […]

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5 Tips for Meaningful Data Collection this School Year

What type of data do you really want to collect this school year? Whether you are approaching the last few weeks of school or planning for the upcoming school year, data collection is part of our everyday work as educators. You might monitor information on student participation during live video instruction or review formative assessment […]

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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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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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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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Dyknow’s Device Impact Measurement Summit

Do you have plans for April 9th? Next month I’m joining the team at Dyknow for a rapid-fire event and conversation around technology integration. This time last year, I had the chance to keynote their spring Technology Coaching Conference event, so when they reached out about their upcoming 2021 event, I couldn’t wait to be […]

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How to Use EdLight to Focus on Authentic Student Work

Do you have a full picture of your students’ thought process? Multiple choice questions often give us a limited view of how well students understand something new. This year, the team at EdLight reached out to me to share how their tool provides a full picture of student understanding through the collection of authentic student […]

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How to Create a Digital Checklist with Google Forms

Google Forms is one of my favorite tools because it is super customizable and can help you stay organized. In this blog post, I’ll share one of my favorite ways to use Google Forms and take you through the steps to create a digital checklist. This is a strategy I often share in workshops and […]

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Digital Portfolios: Capture Learning In (and Out) of the Classroom

This post is in partnership with Spaces, a tool for digital portfolios. All opinions are my own.  Educators and parents alike often share a similar insight, “Students are more than their grades… their report card doesn’t tell the whole story.” As their teacher, working with your students on a daily basis, you have the opportunity to see […]

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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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