Ditch That Textbook

Ditch That Textbook is a blog that's all about teaching with less reliance on the textbook with an emphasis on educational technology and creative teaching.

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10+ tech-free ways to Ditch That Textbook

Technology has revolutionized the way we teach. For most of us, we can’t imagine our classrooms without it. We can find ourselves depending on technology […]

The HyperDocs Toolbox: 14 engaging example activities

Creating student-centered activities — where we put learning in the hands of students — can be a powerful learning experience. When it’s student-paced, no one […]

How to waste your time at an edtech conference in 7 easy steps

Last month I attended the TCEA Expo and Convention in San Antonio, Texas as a presenter and a super volunteer. I even had the pleasure […]

4 ways to make math come alive with Google tools

So many of the Google tools are valuable for many content areas and grade levels. When a teacher finds a creative use for one, it’s […]

A beginner’s guide to Twitter for educators

Joining Twitter can be a career-altering event. For many of us the connections, support, and resources we gain from being part of a professional learning […]

6 ways to start using Augmented Reality in your classroom

When Merge Cube eMERGEd onto the instructional technology scene, this six-sided sensation triggered a veritable frenzy of educators trying to get their hands on the […]

Google Slides interactive notebooks + 20 activities to fill them

Interactive notebooks have taken lots of classrooms everywhere by storm. The idea: a central space where students can create, write and make meaning. When they’re […]

15 go-to resources for teachers short on time

There is one thing that all teachers agree we need more of. One thing we can never have enough of and one that we seem […]

10 tips for creating awesome diginotes with Canva

I’m pretty sure I am addicted to Canva, the graphic-design tool website. Canva, which uses a drag-and-drop format allows non-designers to create a variety of […]

30 Google Classroom tips every teacher must know

  Google Classroom is a favorite among the many useful G Suite tools. It allows us to manage our classroom assignments digitally and saves us […]

The Digital Gallery Walk: Collaboration on their feet

Collaboration is cemented as one of the four C’s in education, right along with communication, critical thinking and creativity. When it comes to digital collaboration, […]

3 tips for creating a positive AR and VR experience in every classroom

“I don’t have enough devices.” This is a common reason teachers give for not being able to integrate augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) […]

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