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How to Make Sure Your Next Project is Authentic with Kristin Harrington – Easy EdTech Podcast 127

In this episode, ISTE author Kristin Harrington shares tech-friendly strategies to help make sure your next student project is authentic. Learn about her favorite EdTech tools for student projects and the importance of cultivating a “project mindset” as an educator. This week’s podcast is titled: How to Make Sure Your Next Project is Authentic with […]

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How to Get Started with Movie-Making in the Classroom – Easy EdTech Podcast 111

One of the most common questions I get from teachers is how to start a movie-making project with their students. There are so many great tools out there that it can be hard to figure out where to begin. In this episode, I share my favorite tips for getting started with movie-making and some of […]

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Showing Thanks! Creative Gratitude Activities for Students

I’ve had the pleasure of working with this company. All opinions are my own.  As we get ready to enter into November, I have an activity to share with you that’s all about giving thanks. Sharing what we’re thankful for, especially during a challenging year, is important. And there are lots of ways to get […]

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7 Creative Summer Project Ideas Using Adobe Spark – Easy EdTech Podcast 068

In this episode, I’ll highlight seven creative summer project ideas using the open-ended creation tool Adobe Spark. You’ll hear how to access and use the free Adobe Spark tools for student and teacher creations. We’ll look at ideas for teacher creators and student projects you can tailor to different grade levels and subject areas. Listen […]

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A Tech-Friendly Peer Feedback Strategy

This past summer, I had the opportunity to work with high school students attending a design camp. In today’s blog post, I want to share with you a combination of two favorite EdTech tools. You’ll hear about a peer feedback strategy I used with students this summer, and tips for how to tailor this activity […]

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