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

Essential Developers Skills That No One Talks About Much

Regular readers of this site know that I am big fan of raising awareness and proficiency with soft skills. This was one of several thinga […]

FlyOnTheWallApprentice – Bringing the Apprenticeship into the 21st Century

Exploring an emerging twist on an age old educational and professional development practice. When I ask people what they know about apprenticeships, I get a […]

How Educators Can Master Working in a Hybrid Learning Environment

A day in the life of an educator is chaotic, time-poor and exhausting. Between online classes, student-teacher 1:1s, parent-teacher conferences, teacher appraisals and faculty/staff meetings, […]

How Technology is Redefining Speech-Language Pathology

Few professions have been untouched by the rapid innovation and transformation of technology – and speech-language pathology is no exception. When digital tools and technologies […]

Digital Education: How AI Can Help Reach Students Online and Offline

We've all heard it: AI has the potential to transform education. Thanks to self-learning algorithms, every aspect of the traditional learning environment is up for […]

Latent Learning: What It Is and How to Use It in the Classroom

Image credit: Unsplash Imagine the following situation. Let’s say that every time you go back home from work, there are two routes that you can […]

Educational Technology & Accessibility in the Age of COVID

Image Source: Unsplash This year has been a year of change, and that’s putting it lightly. It’s been a year of change, especially for children […]

Why We Should Teach That There are More Tech Careers Than Just Coding and Computers

While teaching at a CodeChangers Tech Camp for children and teens, I was making rounds in a microcontrollers coding workshop (i.e., micro:bits). Stopping at a […]

Towards Compliant Instant Messaging in the Classroom

Instant messaging has become a big part of classroom life for many, and for a number of good reasons.  It allows a more immediate, two-way […]

Picking A Corporate Learning Management System: Features You Should Compare

Those of us working education can easily forget the we're not the only ones who use Learning Management Systems. Though this guest post might be […]

NoRedInk: Meeting Grade Level Writing Skills During Challenging Times

Dr. Anita De La Isla and the Director of Language And Literacy at Coppell Independent School District in Coppell, Texas. CISD uses NoRedInk, an online writing platform […]

12 Expert Tips for Creating a Successful Learn-from-Home Space

Learn how to create a comfortable and productive learning space at home!  Do you have children at home who engaged in remote learning? Are you […]

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