Ditch That Textbook

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Demarginalizing Design: 3 powerful ways to get started

This post is written by Dee Lanier, an Educational Technologist and Equity Enthusiast. Dee is an award winning presenter, TEDx Speaker, Google Certified Trainer, Google […]

24 ideas for creating a discussion-rich classroom

Discussion can engage students and help them to see different perspectives. Here are strategies you can use to create a discussion-rich classroom. "I want to […]

10 end of year templates to help students thrive

The end of the year is a great time for student reflection. This post shares templates you can give students that'll help! At the end […]

8 time-saving tips to be a more efficient administrator

This post is written by Dr. LaMarcus Norman. Dr. Norman is the Assistant Professor at Delta State University, Educational Administration and Supervision. Before joining Delta […]

An example EduProtocols unit that supports UDL, SEL

EduProtocols activities can be used again and again to engage and teach. Here's how they look in a full unit. This post is written by […]

Fun formative assessment: 12 easy, no-tech ideas you can use tomorrow

Formative assessment means providing students with opportunities to show you what they are learning while you are teaching it. These assessments inform your instruction and […]

20 ways to use OrbitNote for PDFs in the classroom

PDF files are a helpful classroom tool. Use OrbitNote to give your students' PDF files new superpowers and level up learning.This post is sponsored by […]

Station rotation: Save time, engage students in any K-12 classroom

Station rotation keeps students engaged in multiple activities. Plus, it isn't hard to set up! Here are some ideas. When we think of stations or […]

4 inclusive practice strategies for any classroom

Embrace the inclusive mindset to transform any environment to a place where every learner has the opportunity to be successful. By utilizing technology tools effectively, […]

Student interest surveys to connect learning to their world

Student interest surveys help us know what makes our students tick, which helps us build relationships and learning that matters.When we know what makes students […]

Habit stacking: 10 ways it can streamline class

Habit stacking can create cues to help students remember to do what they need to do. Here are 10 ways it can work. Do you […]

7 strategies for students who struggle with executive functioning

Executive functioning helps students get tasks done and work through their day. Here's how you can support students who struggle. This post is written by […]

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