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Online Course on School Leadership with PLC Opportunity

Professional learning can take many forms. From print resources and face-to-face workshops to webinars and online courses. I’m super excited to share a new opportunity for educators. It combines a few of my favorite ways to learn and grow. Thomas Murray and Eric Sheninger, the authors of Learning Transformed: 8 Keys to Designing Tomorrow’s Schools […]

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Students Can Work Together with Book Creator’s Collaboration Feature

Are your students collaborators and creators? In my book Tasks Before Apps: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom I share strategies for collaboration and creation in the classroom with examples from my favorite open-ended tools, including the fantastic app and web-based Book Creator. I’ve been a big fan of Book Creator for quite some […]

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Free EdTech Webinar: Transform Your Classroom From Tech-Sort-Of… To Tech-Savvy!

The past few years I’ve had the chance to learn and share with educators all around the world. In just the first month of this year, I spent time on the ground working with teachers in Connecticut, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York and Florida! As much as I love jumping on a plane, train, […]

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Free Math Webinar Finding the Right Math Problem to Challenge Students

I’m a big fan of virtual professional development, and this week the folks at ORIGO Education are hosting a free math webinar for educators. Titled “What’s the Problem? Finding the Right Math Problem to Challenge Students,” you can join in on this live event led by Sara Delano Moore. She is a nationally renowned educator, speaker, and […]

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EdTech Inspiration Calendar: 12 Tips for 2018

I don’t know about you but I like to have a plan. From to-do lists for day-to-day planning, to looking at the year as a whole, I’m getting ready for a fantastic 2018. You might already have some big goals in mind for the upcoming year… a learning activity you’ve designed for a group of […]

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Independent Reading Course from LitLife: A How-To Guide for Educators

Regular readers of ClassTechTips.com know how much I love virtual professional development! From hosting webinars to developing online courses, I’m passionate about learning in a variety of formats. Well I’m really excited to announce a partnership between two organizations I’ve worked with over the past few years – and a special independent reading course you’ll want to…

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Webinar Series from iSpring for Online Teachers

Teaching online this year? The folks at iSpring are hosting a series of ten webinars all about online learning. The series is titled Webinar Series: How to Create an Online Course and is totally free to join! These webinars were designed for anyone creating content for learners. They’ll start off exploring…

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4 Reasons I’m Excited for Book Creator on Chrome

Have you thought about creating ebooks on Chromebooks? Well I’m super excited to share the news you can now access Book Creator on the Chrome web browser! This means that one of my favorite iPad apps for students is now works on Chromebooks or any computer with a Chrome web browser. Book Creator is a […]

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Fall Webinar Series from PresenceLearning: Interventions That Really Work

Making plans for your Fall professional development? The folks at PresenceLearning are kicking off their totally free Fall 2017 SPED Ahead webinar series Blueprints for Success: Interventions That Really Work. The first webinar in the series is Building Academic and S/E/B Progress for All Students…

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Mathematics for Young Learners Free Webinar from ORIGO Education

If you’re looking for a totally free professional development event, make sure to add this free math webinar from ORIGO Education to your calendar. ORIGO Education’s first webinar on early number concepts will be held on April 26th. They are also sponsoring a new mathematics community on edWeb.net and providing free professional development and resources for teachers working […]

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