Apple nail teaching and learning with the latest version of their Classroom App

I’m a great believer in taking lots of small steps to make a bigger gain. Incremental improvements that you get better and better at through […]

Personalized Learning, Really! – The 7 Components of personalized learning

What does it mean to “implement personalized learning”? We believe personalized learning implementation should emphasize on student-centered classrooms. As discussed in previous posts, it depends […]

Teacher Appreciation Week 2017: Stories from America’s Top Teachers

Most of the year teachers are unsung heroes, but not this week. This is Teacher Appreciation Week, and if you haven’t already celebrated, it isn’t […]

Anyone Can Now Use Google Classroom!

If you are a G Suite School, then you know the power of Google Classroom. It makes allocating resources, communicating events, and turning in assignments […]

10 Major and Emerging Technologies That Will Shape The Future Of Education | Infographic

Modern education is influenced by the technological development as well as other industries. No wonder innovative technologies change the way we used to learn and […]

Technology in Classrooms

a, a span {font-family: 'book antiqua', palatino, serif;} The rapid evolution of technology today can be alarming, especially to those not familiar with it. However, […]

Begging the Question: Strategies to Increase Student Performance

Begging the Question: Strategies to Increase Student Performance If you’re an instructional designer or an instructor, you undoubtedly know a lot about questions. You know […]

Snagit, the ideal tool for flipped classroom

In the following video Russell Stannard from Teacher Training Videos shows why Snagit is the ideal tool for the flipped classroom. You can find more information […]

My Spring 2017 Student Blog Challenge

Last year we adopted Kidblog as our district blogging platform. To get more students blogging and writing, I thought I would create a blogging challenge […]

Why Multitasking Is A Myth AND Bad For Our Children

Source: ASIDE 2017 Today's students live in media-dominated bubbles. They stream Netflix, check Snapchat, Facetime friends, and scroll Instagram — simultaneously on laptops, iPads, and phones — […]

Parent Conference Ideas and Supports

To support my teachers I developed a few tools using Google Docs and Google Forms. If they are helpful to you feel free to make […]

International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) Free Classroom Posters

International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) Free Classroom Posters: > I love free. I...

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