remote learning

5 Participation Strategies for Self-Paced Teaching

What does participation look like in your self-paced distance learning classroom? If you are thinking about boosting participation, there are a few options to consider. These self-paced teaching strategies are flexible for you to make your own. You can use them during remote learning experiences or when students work at their own pace in a […]

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More Engaging Video Learning: 6 Strategies That Work

If you’ve ever been in a virtual classroom when you’re hearing crickets and your students don’t have much to say, then this blog post is for you. In today’s blog post, I’ll dive into six strategies that boost engagement and increase participation during live video lessons. These video learning tips can help increase participation of […]

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A Digital Tool to Help Students in Crisis feat. Gaggle

This post is sponsored by Gaggle. All opinions are my own. What if you had another set of eyes to help students in crisis? I recently met up with the Gaggle team to learn more about their platform and how it supports students. This year, school counselors and educators are interacting with students in entirely […]

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Easy Real-Time Sharing in Remote Learning with a Laptop Mirror

This post is in partnership with MirrorMeThis, makers of a new laptop mirror. All opinions are my own.  How do your students share their work during remote learning? This month I was excited to learn about a new tool you can use when working with students at a distance. It’s called MirrorMeThis and will totally […]

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How to View Every Students’ Work During Remote Teaching

This post is in partnership with Whiteboard.Chat. All opinions are my own. Are you teaching remotely this year or leading a classroom where students use their own devices? The team behind Whiteboard.Chat reached out to me at the beginning of the school year. They’ve developed a platform for educators and students to help teachers and […]

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My Favorite Items for Teaching and Learning at Home – Easy EdTech Podcast 079

In this episode, you’ll hear about some of my favorite items for teaching and learning at home. You’ll also hear about some tips for upgrading your at home set up including low-cost items that help productivity and organization. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Items […]

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5 Ways to Kick Off Your Next Zoom Call – Easy EdTech Podcast 078

In this episode, I’ll share five activity ideas to kick off your next video call with students or colleagues. You’ll also hear about some favorite tools for building community and sparking conversations. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Kick Off Your Next Zoom Call Set […]

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Distance Learning Essentials: A Quick Guide – Easy EdTech Podcast 077

In this episode, I’ll give you a preview of my Distance Learning Essentials: Quick Reference Guide from ASCD. You’ll hear some tips, strategies and resources to make your distance teaching and learning efficient and effective. Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform: Apple Podcast App Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Distance Learning Essentials So […]

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Distance Learning Professional Development from TechLX

What does your summer plan for professional learning look like? Next month, the team at TechLX is hosting a special course for educators. This distance learning professional development opportunity starts next week and runs throughout August! Professional Development for Teachers This two-hour professional development training is hosted by TechLX. The focus is on “Succeeding with […]

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How to Add Captions to Zoom Classes During Distance Learning

Are you hosting Zoom meetings for students and colleagues? Setting up live captioning is a best practice many schools and districts are exploring. Rev now lets you add captions to Zoom classes during distance learning. If you’ve listened to my podcast in the past, you may know that I create transcripts for each episode. I […]

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