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6 Reasons to Use Newsela’s Students Vote 2016 in Your Classroom

As a classroom teacher I loved incorporating elections into the classroom. I love social studies, current events and informational text. So I took advantage of this season during a few past presidential elections. Well the awesome team at Newsela has a special section of their website dedicated to the election. Newsela’s Students Vote 2016 is […]

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5 Tips for Using Book Creator for Reading Responses

This year I’ve had the opportunity to partner with the Book Creator team to deliver a series of webinars. Book Creator is amazing app and I love all the different ways you can use it in a K-12 classroom. Yesterday I led a webinar focused on ways you can use Book Creator with readers. This […]

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Monitor Student Progress with Kiddom Personalized Learning Platform

Back-to-school is here! Kiddom is a personalized learning platform. It helps teachers monitor student progress. Kiddom is a great tool for starting off the school year. I featured Kiddom on my site earlier this summer after watching a demo to get a feel for it in action (schedule a demo.) Kiddom is a free platform that uses data […]

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Fall Webinar Series from PresenceLearning: Results Matter – Closing the Achievement Gap

Webinars are a fantastic way to learn new content The folks at PresenceLearning are kicking off a new fall webinar series, Results Matter – Closing the Achievement Gap. The series’ first webinar, Results Driven Accountability: Where Were We? Where Are We? Where Do We Go Next? will be led by RDA expert Dr. Alan Coulter on Tuesday, September […]

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4 Tips for Choosing Your Back-to-School Apps: Quality vs. Quantity

You’ve been there. Open a new device and make a quick visit to the App Store. A simple search turns into download wheels spinning for lots of different apps. With thousands of free (and paid) back-to-school apps to choose from, it’s hard to know where to start. During conferences and school visits, I’ve given plenty […]

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Personalized Learning Tool Kiddom Helps Teachers Monitor Student Progress

Preparing for back-to-school? On the hunt for a new tool? Kiddom is a personalized learning platform that helps teachers monitor student progress. Earlier this year I featured Kiddom on my site after viewing a demo to see it in action (you can schedule a demo too!) Kiddom is a free platform. It uses data on […]

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Can PD Be Virtual? Professional Development Technology and Trends

As an edtech and curriculum consultant, I spend a lot of time visiting schools across the country. Presenting to a group of teachers, leading grade-level team meetings, conducting observations, and teaching demonstration lessons are all part of my job description. Being on the ground, in the building, and in front of teachers are important components […]

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Adaptive, Interactive, Virtual World Fraction Game from Cignition

Mastery of fraction concepts is essential for student success in middle and high school math. The team at Cignition has developed online virtual world games. They were made to help students in fifth and sixth grade master fraction concepts. As part of Fog Stone Isle, each student is given a unique virtual world. In this world […]

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6 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for ELA Teachers

Twitter has become a powerful resource for teachers looking for ideas and inspiration. There are so many educational Twitter accounts for ELA teachers and it can be hard to know where to start. English Language Arts teachers can use this list of Twitter accounts to learn about online resources, find lesson plans and connect with […]

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Citation Generator from Academic Help

Academic Help is a website for students and teachers that is full of helpful resources including a citation generator.  They have writing guides and samples for different writing types. They also host webinars on a variety of topics related to English Language Arts.  It’s a great resource for teachers looking for exemplar pieces of writing. […]

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