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The Power of a Blog

Episode 001 of the EdTechTV Podcast launches the show off by breaking into the toolkit and exploring the value of blogging. Giveaway! To celebrate the […]

ThinkWrite Headsets for Mobile Devices [review]

Back when I was managing a school we would have kids running in and out of the computer lab, tugging at headsets, bending the earpieces, […]

Reflector 2 for Teachers – Screencast and Screenshare from iPhones, iPads and Android Devices

On several occasions I’ve talked about turning your iPad into a smartboard, including how to do it using a chromecast. For those who haven’t used […]

Use #EdTechQ to get your questions answered

Twitter has become my default resource for professional development. I’m about ready to make the claim that I’ve learned more about teaching and education through […]

Use Scannable to Digitize your Paper Documents and Go Paperless

Years ago I got excited at the prospect of going paperless. At the time I knew it was a challenge to do, and it still […]

Make Memes and Quotes with Your Class

Open your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or any other social media feed and you’ll be flooded with inspirational quotes and laugh-out-loud memes. We often think of […]

Compare Drafts and Revisions with Turnitin

Turnitin is a great resource that teachers have come to rely on for digitally grading and reviewing papers. Like many of those teachers, I learned […]

10 Reasons Every Teacher Should Blog

Whether you’re new to teaching or have years of experience, every teacher should be blogging. In all likelihood, if you’re looking at this blog, you’ve […]

Google Voice in the Classroom

Google is one of those companies that is both ubiquitous and sneaky. Those involved in the world of EdTech know just how useful their services […]

Kahoot it for warm ups and follow ups!

Every teacher knows how powerful starting a class off on the right foot can be. When your students are having a good time right out of […]

Feedly for Teachers – A Better Way to Keep Up with Blogs

I’ve just returned from an EdCamp session in Los Angeles. While the things I learned were amazing, one of the things I was reminded of […]

Plickers – Paper Printed “Clickers” for Instant Assessment

In the world of EdTech we like to play around with all the latest technology (by default) and can sometimes unwittingly be guilty of overlooking […]

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