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Summer Learning Series: The First Days of School

Kelly Hilton (@KellyiHilton) created this amazing collection of ideas on how your students can introduce themselves and connect with each other during the first few […]

Summer Learning Series: Smashboard Edu

Real world problem solving has often been an area of implementation where I have struggled. There’s a lot of problems out there, but which ones […]

Summer Learning Series: Flipgrid is FREE, Y’all!

During this transformative time in education when curriculum content and tools are now online and most often require paid subscriptions, Flipgrid decided to go the […]

Summer Learning Series: #NotAtISTE18

Nope. I’m not at The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference being held on June 24-27 in Chicago. Instead, I’m sitting on my couch gathering […]

Summer Learning Series: Thinglink Teacher Challenge 2018

  For the past 5 years, Thinglink has facilitated a summer teacher challenge in order to provide teachers an opportunity to learn how to create […]

May the Fourth Be With You

May the Fourth be with you! Friday, May 4th 2018 is Star Wars Day, the fan-created international celebration of all things Jedi. (Fans of the […]

Summer Learning Series: NEISD Tech Camp

Each week from now until mid August, I’ll post a series of summer learning opportunities for those that are looking to try something new in […]

A Spreadsheet Can Do That?

Think a spreadsheet can only be used to analyze data and create charts and graphs? Think again. Explore different ways a spreadsheet can be used […]

Nooooo, Not Padlet!

Yesterday, Padlet announced what every educator fears the most…limitations on the free version of their product. Now, users can only make up to 3 Padlet walls for […]

Demystifying HyperDocs

Before it was revealed that Oz was just an ordinary man, Dorothy believed him to be magical or God-like. Once the curtain was pulled back, […]

#NEISDTweechers

Join @Edtechbites and I as we introduce Twitter to teachers in our district through a 2-week online course. We would love for those that have […]

Share SeeSaw Activities with Other Teachers

Twitter is one of my favorite places to get inspiration for lessons. Sue Kuentz recently Tweeted an idea that I thought would make a perfect […]

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