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Remote Skills for Next Semester

Remote Skills for Next Semester As the new semester approaches, K12 teachers should review all their synchronous and asynchronous online remote skills. While educators have […]

No one is Coming to Save Teachers

If 2021 taught me anything, it is that no one is coming to save teachers. We need to save ourselves. No one is Coming to […]

Social Presence in Online Environments

Social Presence in Online Environments Online environments require instructors to craft their social presence in online environments. Two methods I recommend to K12 educators are […]

Discussion Ideas for Every Online Teacher

Online teachers need to know how to craft engaging online asynchronous content for online courses. While teachers will rapidly adapt their skill set to the […]

Teaching Activities within Zoom

As soon as a teacher feels comfortable with the Technical Tips for Zoom Teaching s/he will want to know how to incorporate traditional teaching techniques […]

UDL Principles

UDL Principles The Universal Design for Learning Principles (UDL) can increase retention in classroom interactions, programs of choice, and school in general. Everyone should care […]

Community of Inquiry (COI)

The basis for building K-12 online courses is the Community of Inquiry (COI) theoretical framework. Community of Inquiry The Community of Inquiry theoretical framework represents […]

Synchronous Teaching as 1:1, Input: Return

Taking teaching and learning online has a distinct look and feel in K12. Many educators tried to replicate classroom teaching with synchronous teaching as 1:1, […]

How to Request and Receive Support from #edtech Companies

There are more educational technologies than you can use. ever. The users of #edtech apps vary; schools and districts subscribe, but also individuals subscribe. How […]

3 Ways Educators Come through COVID-19

All educators are tired at this point. After a full year of COVID-19 school in 2020-2021 after theĀ  Spring of 2020, educators did not expect […]

Week 8 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2021

You’ve made it. This is becoming a trend with you ! Welcome to Week 8 of the #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2021. Not only have you […]

Week 7 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2021

Welcome to Week 7 of the #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2021. Educators have likely experience more training in the past 15 months since March 2020 than […]

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