This blog’s purpose is to share, collaborate, and engage with the NCCE and greater Ed Tech community. As the Tech-Savvy Teachers-in-residence, Mike, Richard and I will be your guides through this site. We will have weekly posts covering current Educational Technology trends, how-to’s, reviews of hardware/software/apps, and our interviews with Tech Savvy Teachers from around the country. Through NCCE’s vast network of educators we will be introducing a continuous stream of guest bloggers to share their experiences and add even more value to this blog. We are always looking for teachers that are teaching in a tech-savvy way. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and G+ and share your questions, thoughts, and experiences. We will be featuring tech-savvy teachers from around the country to learn their approaches, challenges, and innovations. This blog is really about the collective knowledge of many to move instruction forward.

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Google Classroom Users – Have you seen the new originality reports?

A big new feature was added to Google Classroom this fall, Originality Reports. This has been a feature educators have been requesting for some time […]

Teachable Moment Ep11: Saving to OneNote from your phone

In this teachable moment, Tammy shows how to save your pictures from your phone right into OneNote. This is such a great way to efficiently […]

Free K-12 Digital Citizenship lesson from Common Sense Education

Digital citizenship is a topic that is vital in our classrooms today. Are you in need of some lesson planning help around this topic? Common […]

The WE Teachers program empowers teachers and learners

What is WE Teachers? WE Teachers is a new, no-cost program for any teacher across America, providing free resources and training to support them in […]

Guest Post: Best Tools for Back-to-School 2019

Best Tools for Back-to-School 2019 If you’re looking for ways tech can support your teaching in the 2019-2020 school year, this list is here to […]

Free Summer PD from ISTE!

ISTE has some bite-sized, free PD this summer around specific topics: creativity, digital citizenship, and STEM. This free learning opportunity is open to everyone, so […]

Guest Post: 10 Summer Movies to Broaden Kids’ Perspectives

The summer box office is known for action-packed hits, beloved remakes, and long-awaited sequels. This year is no exception with Spider-Man: Far from Home, the Lion King, […]

Five Reasons You Should Propose a Session at the 2020 NCCE Conference in Seattle

Over the last twenty years, I have presented dozens of sessions and workshops at NCCE’s conference in the Pacific Northwest.  Without doubt, proposing, preparing, and […]

E-Rate News: Smallest School District in Idaho Receives Funds to Complete Fiber Project in the St. Joe Valley

Recently, the Universal Services Administrative Company (USAC) announced the approval of partial funding to provide 100 Mbps fiber internet access to Avery School District in […]

Teaching the Science of Light with Minecraft Education Edition

Cherokee Country School District media specialist Jennifer Lewis developed this science lesson for her first grade students. Watch how they learn the concepts of artificial […]

Teachable Moment Episode 10: Ideas for using MinecraftEDU in your classroom

In this teachable moment, Tammy shows a bunch of great ideas of how to integrate MinecraftEDU into your classroom. From Math to English this video […]

Exploring Food Chains with Minecraft Education Edition

Watch educator Tiffany Wilson from Cherokee Country School District teach food chains and energy transfer to her fourth grade students. Students use Minecraft: Education Edition […]

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