EmergingEdTech

EmergingEdTech focuses on engaging student and improving learning outcomes through the use of Internet and instructional technologies. This popular blog has been sharing and enabling the never ending education technology learning journey since 2009 and is continuously evolving to meet the needs of teachers, administrators, educational technologists and others interested in how the convergence of technology and teaching and learning can best benefit students all over the world.

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Posts by EmergingEdTech

Recap of Education and Technology From Across the Web w/e 03-16-19

Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here […]

How to Students Can Get Into The Best Coding Boot Camps

So, you want to attend a coding boot camp. You’ve decided on your top choice. You’re ready to start the application process. But then you […]

Photography Projects for Students of all Ages (and Many Academic Subjects)

Put Those Ubiquitous Smartphones to Use for Learning (or Try Some Inexpensive Disposable Cameras for Younger Students) Photography is a great subject to teach. It […]

Education and Technology Web Recap w/e 03-09-19

Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here […]

Can Technology Help Students With ADHD – Or Just Add More Distraction?

Image Source With the rising prevalence of ADD and ADHD, as well as other sensory processing and learning complications, it’s natural for educators to be […]

MAP Reading Fluency – Next Generation Reading Fluency Assessment for K-3

The Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) has added a new tool to their powerful MAP® Fluency Suite of assessment tools (“MAP” = Measures of Academic Progress). The MAP […]

A Closer Look at the Science of Learning – What Matters and What Doesn’t for Teachers

If you have followed this blog for a while, you have probably noticed that I have an interest in the science of learning, how it […]

Education and Technology Web Recap w/e 02-23-19

Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here […]

Selected Tech and Teaching Content From Across the Web, w/e 02-16-19

Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here […]

How Schools are Evolving to Serve Students in a Tech-Focused Economy

Image Source The rise of the internet and related technologies has changed the education industry in a variety of ways. Brick-and-mortar educational institutions now have […]

Making Math Fun, Accessible, and Real-World Based

Many students dread working with math and have trouble finding the fun in it. As a self-professed “math nerd,” I’m here to tell you that […]

4 Free Sets of Flipped & Blended Learning Tutorials from Matthew Moore and the FLN

First, let me make it clear that I work for the Flipped Learning Network (as their Community Administrator), so yes, I am a “biased” fan and […]

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