Ditch That Textbook

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Posts by Ditch That Textbook

5 easy gamified activities you can assign in Google Classroom tomorrow

This post is sponsored by GeniallyGenially is an easy to use software that lets you add lots and lots of interactive elements to your slides.The […]

The 7 Core 21st Century Teacher Competencies

This post is written by Sam Kary, Founder and CEO of New EdTech Classroom, a teacher-led professional development startup dedicated to helping educators design innovative […]

Steal Like a Teacher: Where to find quick teaching ideas

We teachers are the BEST at stealing things.And I don't mean that in a criminal, nefarious way.I think Austin Kleon explains it best in his […]

5 steps to gamify your Canvas classroom

This post was written by Sarah Stef, an educator in Indiana. She spent 6 years teaching High School Math, and 4 years as a Digital […]

How to use Google Classroom add-ons with Adobe Express

Google Classroom is powerful. Add-ons make it more efficient and faster. Learn how to use add-ons AND all about Adobe Express. This post sponsored by […]

20+ sources of FREE digital content for your class

Digital resources abound online. They can be more up to date and just as accurate as a textbook. Where do we find them, and how […]

How do I give feedback to 100+ students?

Purposeful, efficient, effective instruction. That's the holy grail of our work as teachers. We teach. Then, we assess what we taught. Then, we reflect and make […]

20 ways to build classroom community and relationships

Any teacher who has taught for any amount of time will point to one key factor for teaching success. Relationships. Having solid relationships with your students will […]

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 […]

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