Evo Social and Emotional Online Assessment Tool

Big news from the folks at Apperson. This week Apperson is announcing major upgrades to their Evo social and emotional online assessment tool. The new version is called Evo SEL 2.0 and features a fresh new look. It includes streamlined functions and is faster and easier for educators to screen students for social and emotional competencies. Research shows […]

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RefME Citation Tool to Avoid Student Plagiarism

Last month I featured RefME a citation tool that lets you write the bibliography of a report or any type of research paper without leaving Microsoft Word.  They’ve just released a survey all about student plagiarism. It makes a great case for the use of tools that help students avoid plagiarism and correctly cite the work of […]

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Custom Logo Cases for School Devices

Whether you’re prepping for back-to-school, looking for unique teacher appreciation gifts, or want to update your school store, you’ll want to check out CustomLogoCases. This website offers lots of options for schools who want to design custom cases and covers for their devices. I love how many choices you have to match school colors and add […]

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Easy Summer Planning with Edcite Assignments

Looking for a quick and easy way to plan ahead for the school year? You’ll definitely want to check out Edcite for summer planning! Edcite is a free digital platform that offers: a library with thousands of teacher-created assignments, technology-enhanced questions types, automatic grading, and the ability to create your own assignments. Summer Planning 3 ways to use […]

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TeacherLists Supply List Sweepstakes: Win $500 for Your Classroom

As you get your classroom ready for the upcoming school year, you’ll want to check out this awesome opportunity from the folks at TeacherLists. They are giving ten teachers $500 each in their Love Your Lists! Summer Sweepstakes for the 2016-2017 school year! All you have to do is upload and share your 2016-2017 school supply list […]

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9 Quick Tips for Taking Ownership of Your PD

Many schools across the country have professional development days built into their calendar and regularly send teachers to sessions related to their discipline or passion. These are great opportunities to collaborate with staff members in your building and meet educators with similar goals in nearby schools. If your school doesn’t have the resources or hasn’t […]

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