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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Common Sense Education releases their Top 20 EdTech Tools for 2019!

Common Sense Education has released their Top 20 EdTech Tools again this year: Our editorial team published 180 reviews of educational tools this year. Behind […]

2019 Tech-Savvy Guide to Techie Stocking Stuffers

Each gift-giving season, I am contacted by friends and family members with the same question: what should I buy my nerdy tech-savvy spouse, friend, co-worker, […]

Global Learning and Leading with Minecraft Education Edition

As an educator and professional development trainer, I have spent the last year focusing on how Minecraft Education Edition can be delivered to educators. I […]

Five Tech-Savvy Strategies for Excellent, Engaging Virtual Field Trips

[Editor’s Note: Please enjoy this guest post from Paige Somoza, District Integration Specialist with the Boise School District, and NCCE 2020 speaker on the topics […]

Congratulations Chasen Stahl on your ISTE certification!

NCCE is excited to announce our first graduates of the ISTE certification! Congratulations to Chasen Stahl from Aoba-Japan International School! The ISTE Certification for Educators […]

Teachable Moment Ep12: Microsoft Translator for Conferences

In this teachable moment, Tammy shows how easy it is to use the Microsoft Translator app on your phone at parent-teacher conferences when a human […]

Congratulations Darcy Bakkegard on your ISTE certification!

NCCE is excited to announce our first graduates of the ISTE certification! Congratulations to Darcy Bakkegrad from Prairie Public Broadcasting! The ISTE Certification for Educators […]

Congratulations Nikki Vradenburg on your ISTE certification!

Nikki Vradenburg, teacher ambassador with MontanaPBS at Montana State University, Monday, July 16, 2018, in Bozeman, Mont.MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez NCCE is excited to […]

Amazing Featured Speaker Lineup at NCCE 2020!

NCCE’s annual conference will be here before you know it! The Featured Speaker lineup for this year is amazing! This year’s diverse lineup of talented […]

Checking in with Cindy Etherton, President of NCCE’s Board of Directors

Editor’s Note:  NCCE’s Board of Directors is meeting this week.  This meeting is Cindy Etherton’s first as the President of our Board of Directors!  We […]

Excellent free video content from PBS LearningMedia

If you are new or haven’t visited PBS LearningMedia in awhile, it is time to revisit this wonderful teaching resource. PBS LearningMedia contains thousands of […]

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 […]

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