Teacher Tools

Unlimited Digital Signage for Your Entire School

What does messaging look like in your school building? If you are looking for a new way to share information this school year, digital signage is worth considering. In this blog post, we’ll look at ways unlimited digital signage can support your communication goals this year and a popular resource. There are lots of reasons […]

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7 Ways to Turn Student Engagement into Student Agency

Student engagement is a term used in many different contexts. As educators, we want students to have interest and ownership in their learning. This month, I’m excited to host a webinar on the connection between student engagement and student agency. We’ll look at how to ensure that student learning experiences are meaningful and relevant for […]

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How to Have Fun with Your Students this Fall with Breakout EDU

Are you a few weeks into the new school year or counting down to the first day of school? The start of the school year is a critical time for building community and forming bonds that last all year long. Students have a chance to reconnect with classmates, make new friends, and get comfortable with […]

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Save Time with Lumin PDF Editing Software for Educators

Do you use PDF documents in your classroom? There are lots of reasons why PDFs might part of your routine. Lumin PDF offers many valuable features for educators to organize, edit and annotate documents this school year. This PDF editing software is a great fit for educational settings. To help you on your way to marking […]

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3 Quick Tips to Support Social-Emotional Learning

The past two school years have been unlike any other in the past. For many students, teachers, and families, there have been shifts between in-person and online instruction that have made building classroom community and relationships especially challenging. So as you head back to school this year, you probably have social-emotional learning on the mind. There […]

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Back-to-School with a Document Camera for All Learning Environments

A document camera is a powerful tool for teaching and learning. If you are setting up a classroom for in-person instruction, distance learning, or hybrid teaching, a document camera can be a game-changer. As you plan for back-to-school and to kick off the new school year, the V4K PRO is perfect for blended learning setups. […]

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Starting the School Year with Book Creator Activity Ideas

As you head back to school this year, the team at Book Creator has you covered with lots of resources. From teacher-created activities and templates to webinars and housekeeping tips, their new resource page is fantastic. If you’re looking for ready-to-use lesson ideas and inspiration, these creative resources will help you get started. Regular readers […]

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How to Easily Manage Dozens of Student Projects

Just last week, I spent time with educators in Texas, where we looked at tools perfect for creative student projects. During our conversations around technology integration, one thing that came up a few times was how to keep things organized while students work in digital spaces. From project-based learning, passion projects, and design thinking exploration, […]

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What is Byte Learning? How Rumie Supports Microlearning

Have you heard of the term byte learning? Have you tried microlearning activities with your students? Although you might not have used these exact terms before, you’re probably familiar with learning in small chunks of time. I don’t know about you, but this summer, I’ve learned a handful of recipes, packing ideas, and even cleaning […]

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3 Organizational Tools for Teachers That Might Surprise You

How do you stay organized? If you are looking to revisit your organizational strategy, I have three tools to consider adding to your tool belt. In today’s blog post, I’ll share three of my favorite organizational tools for teachers. We’ll look at ways you can use them to stay organized this school year. The three are […]

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