Common Core and Ed Tech

Common Core and Ed Tech is where innovative teachers go to find information about practical, classroom-tested ed tech resources to transform student learning. Key to Common Core (and all learning!) is the integration of skills that encourage collaboration, problem solving and creativity. Student technology use is essential in developing these skills. Keep up to date about new tools, and share your thoughts and practices with others each time you visit our site. Authored by Karen Larson, Academic Technology Specialist with the Santa Clara County Office of Education, and Gene Tognetti, vice principal of St. Leo the Great School. Both sit on the Board of Directors of Silicon Valley CUE (Computer Using Educators).

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Posts by Common Core and Ed Tech

Back to School Checklist - 2017 edition

School - for some - has already begun. Here's our revised checklist to assist in restarting the edtech program for your classroom or school. It's […]

Boost Growth Mindset with Technology

Here's an article I wrote for SmartBrief Connected Teaching to help students Boost Growth Mindset with Technology. And here's part two, also published in SmartBrief: […]

3 Ways to Use G Suite for Coaching

Here's a recent article that was written by Karen Larson for SmartBrief Connected Teaching and Learning on using G Suite for coaching others. A must read! This […]

Uploading Word Docs with Tables to GSuite...successfully!

Here's a re-post of a Tech Tip I wrote recently for SmartBrief Education's Connected Teaching and Learning. You can see the original post here. In […]

August Top posts on www.ccedtech.com

My dog Maggie (pictured) wanted to pass along the top tips from ccedtech.com for August: Pixorial - easy to use web video editor Balefire labs […]

Nominate an education pro

Here's an interesting opportunity. It's called "Inspired2Educate," which encourages K-20 education professionals to nominate a teacher, administrator, or staff member who inspired them to start their […]

#curiouscollab - learn about this idea from guest author Caitlin Krause

I have been procrastinating and this blog has languished in recent months. Here's my first attempt to reenergize my effort. It's a very engaging post […]

Top July Posts - Chromebooks, Balefire Labs, Back to school & more!

Here are the top posts for July, 2016... Enjoy! Chromebooks in 7th grade Pixorial - easy to use web video editor Balefire labs - find […]

The Best Work-from-Home Jobs for Teachers

Here is a very interesting guest post by Joyce Wilson, a retired teacher who wrote this article for us. She also authors TeacherSpark.org Many thanks […]

Top posts May 2016: Pixorial, Balefire labs, Back to school & more

Here are the top posts from Communicate..Create..Edtech for May 2016: Pixorial - easy to use web video editor Balefire labs - find educational apps to […]

Top posts - Chromebooks, STEM, top ed apps search, Project Based Learning plus!

And now... our May top posts! Pixorial - easy to use web video editor Keyboarding tools on the web to support CC stds! Project Based […]

Project Based Learning tips and tricks

I was recently alerted to a great post by Danny Rabara -- Project Based Learning tips and tricks (25 of them!). Lots of good ideas about […]

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