Jeremy McBrayer - Education Technology Made Easy

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Posts by Jeremy McBrayer - Education Technology Made Easy

Student Teaching is Outdated

I’ve read a lot recently about the inherent biases in unpaid internships as it relates to business and also the entertainment industry. Most of these […]

You’re in Charge of What Happens in Your Classroom (or at home) This Fall

After finishing the 2019-20 school year in a really strange (but eventually feeling normal) way, the challenges of the 20-21 school year will probably make […]

Our Flexible Seating Journey: Part 1

For the past two years, I have been leading an initiative in my district to convert classrooms into modern learning spaces. It has occurred to […]

SAMR Doesn’t Help Planning

I’ve been thinking about the SAMR model recently and how it is not as helpful as I first thought it was. Sure, it can still […]

Implementing Standards Based Grading Takes Commitment

I’ve started to see a trend in well-meaning educators of implementing standards based grading in a hybrid way. What I mean by that is they […]

Keep it Simple, Stupid

Implementing technology into a lesson is not nearly as we are led to believe. At least not if you are thoughtful and intentional about how […]

Is Google Killing Teacher Innovation?

I’ve come to a realization recently that is a bit alarming to me. I think Google may be killing teacher innovation. I don’t think it […]

Why Do We Insist on Assigning Homework?

We have all heard and seen the research that homework is NOT an effective learning tool until possibly high school and even then it is suspect. […]

Addressing Student Motivation

I know I am late to this party, but I have finally read “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us” by Daniel Pink. I’m […]

How Do You Help the Introvert in Your Classroom?

I don’t like to dance. I don’t enjoy the effort or the way I feel completely awkward and uncomfortable. Inevitably, whenever I attend a wedding, […]

What School Choice Should Mean

I’ve watched the Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos interview from March 11, 2018 on “60 Minutes.” There is a lot of material and topics in that […]

Technology Should Work for Curriculum

Technology should work for curriculum, not the other way around. You already get the gist of this post. I’m sure you’ve read about or talked […]

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