Student Online Safety This Summer: Digital Empathy from Mom and Dad

Posted on June 19, 2017 by Thomas Dodson It starts with communication. You know, suggesting to parents that they talk with their children. Bold? Yes. Cutting edge? […]

Soft Skills Courses Everyone Should Complete

No matter which industry you work in, landing your dream job isn’t easy. Sometimes even the best grades and technical skills aren’t enough to get […]

How to Improve Your Lateral Thinking Skills

Some people are known for their ability to always think ‘outside the box.’ They seem to know how to approach a situation from different angles […]

Professional Learning and Conferences #edublogsclub

This post is prompt 25 of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. All […]

Phubbing – Does Your Phone Matter More Than A Friend?

A portmanteau of “phone” and “snubbing”, phubbing describes the habit of ignoring someone in favor of a mobile phone.  Initially coined by a campaign conducted […]

6 Online Teaching Lessons From Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein did more than re-write the laws of physics. His personal philosophies are fascinating, and many of his ideas are directly relevant to the […]

Mayer’s 12 Principles of Multimedia Learning are a Powerful Design Resource

What you Need to Know to Create the Best Videos for Learning One of the many great sessions I attended last week at UBTech 2017 […]

FLVS…How Does Your Garden Grow?

Have you ever stopped to think just how FLVS finds such incredible leaders to drive instruction and promote online education? These talented individuals do not […]

Some innovative PD Techniques

Some innovative PD Techniques: Amber Teaman has some good ideas here for making PD a little more...

Teacher Learning in the Digital Age Online Professional Development in STEM Education

Teacher Learning in the Digital Age Online Professional Development in STEM Education: With an...

How to Use 13 Reasons Why to Spark Conversations About Teen Suicide

Posted on May 15, 2017 by Sara Keag As a high school counselor, I found it necessary to watch 13 Reasons Why, the emotional story of a […]

Meeting Social & Emotional Learning Standards With Gaggle

Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) is defined as “the process through which children and adults apply the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to understand and […]