collaboration

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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5 Reasons to Try Out Whiteboard in Microsoft Teams

Have you used the Whiteboard in Microsoft Teams? This powerful tool built right into Microsoft Teams supports dynamic, engaging learning experiences. If you’re new to the Whiteboard in Teams, today’s blog post provides an introduction and highlights a few reasons to check it out. If you’ve spent time in Whiteboard already, this post will let […]

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Must-Try Updates from Microsoft Teams Assignments

What’s new in Microsoft Teams? This year there have been lots of exciting new updates to MS Teams. In today’s blog post, I’ll take you through the updates related to the Assignments in MS Teams. From group assignments to class recordings, there are many new features to explore! If you’re new to MS Teams, Teams […]

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How to Create Collaborative Group Activities with CirclyApp

What does collaboration look like in your classroom? In my book Tasks Before Apps, I have an entire chapter dedicated to the idea of collaboration. Collaboration is more than just “working together” but includes setting a purpose and having students work towards a common goal. So you can imagine that I’m always on the lookout for […]

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New Ways To Use Jamboard with Torie Marquez — Easy EdTech Podcast 099

In this episode, Torie Marquez shares three favorite ways to use Jamboard in professional development settings along with student-friendly activities for Jamboard. You’ll hear tips you can use tomorrow and ideas you can customize for any learning environment. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Jamboard […]

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Why You Should Add Wakelet to Your Tool Belt with Rachel Coathup — Easy EdTech Podcast 098

In this episode, learn about Wakelet and all the ways you can use it with students and colleagues this school year. You’ll hear from Rachel Coathup who talks about how this free tool is a must-have in your tool belt. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher […]

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An Insider Look at Microsoft’s Education Resources with Dr. Natasha Rachell — Easy EdTech Podcast 096

In this episode, you’ll hear from Microsoft Infused Classroom co-author Dr. Natasha Rachell as she shares some favorite tips and tricks related to everything Microsoft Education. Dr. Rachell shares her project ideas and an insider look at Microsoft’s education resources. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher […]

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Student-Friendly Jamboard Activities for Any Classroom — Easy EdTech Podcast 095

In this episode, you’ll hear five student-friendly Jamboard activities to use with students. Learn all about this powerful, collaborative tool, and if you’re new to Jamboard you’ll get a quick overview before diving into five activities for students to use in classroom and remote learning. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple […]

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How Students Can Work in Teams Remotely with Rachelle Dene Poth – Easy EdTech Podcast 064

In this episode, I talk with ISTE author Rachelle Dene Poth about collaboration in remote learning environments. She shares strategies for supporting students working in teams when they aren’t side-by-side but working from home instead. You’ll also hear about her favorite technology tools and tips for remote learning. Listen to the podcast episode on your […]

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