curriculum

Cyber Robotics Curriculum for Coding and STEM Skill-building

Over the past few years, I’ve had the chance to visit schools and talk with teachers who use robotics with students. Although this type of technology is definitely fun, using a robotics curriculum with students helps introduce foundational coding and STEM skills strategically. But how can you make sure that you are addressing all of […]

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How to Make Collections of Photos for Students to Use – Easy EdTech Podcast 047

In this episode, you’ll learn about ways to create collections of photos you can then share with students. You’ll also hear about some favorite resources for locating high-quality, royalty-free photos for students to use this school year. Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform: iTunes/ Apple Podcast App Google Play Stitcher Spotify Do your students […]

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A Full Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum for Schools

How do you integrate social-emotional learning into your instruction? Finding high-quality resources that address social-emotional learning (SEL) can be a struggle. I visit lots of schools that are making an effort to incorporate SEL principles into teaching and learning this school year. If you’re looking for a Social-Emotional Learning curriculum to use in your school, […]

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8 Budgeting Tips to Save Schools Time and Money

It’s the time of year when schools and districts are reviewing budgets and making plans for the upcoming year. Although I can hardly believe it is June already, I’m so glad that the folks at Kiddom reached out to me to share a new guide to support school leaders this season. Kiddom’s school budgeting tips […]

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A New Teaching Award Series for Educators!

Teacher Appreciation Week might have taken place earlier this month, but the celebration is continuing with a new teacher award series for educators. The team at Kiddom (who I’ve featured on the blog before) have announced a special set of awards along with prizes. Submissions are open now through June 30th. You can nominate any […]

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Create Math Courses On Demand with Curriculum Engine

The team at Walch Mathematics has created a new curriculum platform to help educators customize math resources. Just launched this month, Curriculum Engine is a dynamic platform. It gives educators access to high-quality, standards-aligned courses for high school math. And with this resource, you can adjust the curriculum to meet the needs of your students. […]

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Free Trial for Collaborative Curriculum Measuring Tool

There’s a new way to collaborate and measure curriculum across all classrooms within a school or district! If you’ve been looking for a new way to work together with colleagues as you build, measure, and fine-tune curriculum, the folks at Kiddom have something special for you. Their new tool helps you plan and stay organized […]

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How to Curate and Share Curriculum Resources – Easy EdTech Podcast 010

In this episode I share a favorite strategy you can use to keep track of your favorite teaching websites. You’ll hear about three tools that make it easy for you (and your students) to make interactive lists of favorites and share your curated resources with anyone and everyone! Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite […]

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How To Curate Curriculum Resources with Adobe Spark

Were you following along with my travels on Instagram stories? You might have seen snaps of my trip to Buffalo earlier this month. I was born and raised in New York and have traveled to lots of parts of the state. But this was my first trip to Buffalo — and it was lots of […]

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Responsive Curriculum Management in Action

What does it look like to have a robust and responsive curriculum in your school? A well-designed, responsive curriculum gives teachers an opportunity to help students connect with content in a meaningful way. A clear plan for instruction and delivery can help students engage in deeper learning with subject matter in every classroom. Making sure […]

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