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TodaysMeet for Classroom Backchannels

As technology sneaks its way into more and more classrooms, teachers find themselves looking for different ways to encourage students to engage with the class. One […]

Canva – Graphic Design for Teachers and Students

This graphic was designed in 5 minutes using Canva   Teachers are wearers of many hats – this is nothing new. These days our hat racks […]

BirdBrain Science for Differentiated Science Lessons

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to attend EdCamp LA. As is the nature of an EdCamp, I sat down for a slice […]

How Can I Gamify My Class? Class Craft as an Intro to Gamification

Gamification, for the uninitiated, is an often misunderstood concept that can quickly lead to poor implementation by well-intentioned teachers or developers, and then frustration for […]

Get your message out quickly with Clarisketch

We’ve all had that moment: our students dash out of the classroom and as the door closes behind the last one, the click of the […]

Tackk Creates Dynamic Web Pages On The Fly

Educational Technology is moving to the point where students are expected to be able to create more than “just” a paper, but rather a multi-media […]

Watch YouTube in Class Without Worry Using ViewPure

For many educators these days, YouTube is an integral tool in their teaching toolbox. But every teacher I know also deals with “hover-finger”; the concern […]

Make Your Own Crossword Puzzle

Since the good ol’ days of graph paper (and probably well before that) teachers have gone to meticulous lengths to create crossword puzzles for their […]

Creative Storytelling w/ Rory’s Story Cubes

Storytelling is a lost art-form, especially in schools these days where many faculties leave out the A (Art) in STEAM for STEM. While policymakers don’t […]

Build a Writing Portfolio with Medium

Teachers have no shortage of writing ideas for their classes and are always on the hunt to make things more clear for their students. Many, […]

5 Chrome Extensions for Busy Teachers

We all have a tendency to get used to the way we do things only to realize much later that there are excellent tools at […]

Create Dynamic Maps, Timelines, and Infographics with ThingLink

Every day we read in the news how our attention span seems to be getting shorter and shorter, and teachers are starting to get concerned […]

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