TechNotes

Devoted to advancing technology in education by integrating technology into the PreK-16 environment. Our blog has all the latest edtech tips and tricks, resources, and more for educators.

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Remote Learning Strategy #1: Classroom Discussion

How would you combine one high-effect size instructional strategy with a digital tool? If it’s a question you’ve asked yourself before, you’re not alone. Several […]

Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom

We thought that it was hard enough teaching virtually to our students when COVID-19 first appeared last spring. But now, the stakes have been raised […]

Using Online Games to Connect with Students

In these extraordinary times, online learning has become more commonplace than ever. For example, Education Next’s latest survey shows that 73% of American parents say that they’re […]

Giving Robotics a Whirl with the 2020-21 TCEA Robotics Contest

2020 has been quite a year. Everything has been turned topsy-turvy,  flip-flopped, and upended. So just to keep things going, let’s add the TCEA robotics […]

TCEA 2021: A Powerful, Hybrid Event Built for How You Teach Today

Since 1980, TCEA’s annual Convention & Exposition has been a trusted source for the latest in all things education and ed tech. In 2021, our […]

Meaningful Student Connections During Remote Learning

Just as important as it is to connect with families during remote learning, it is equally as important to develop connections with students. Students might […]

Building Resilience in Coaching, PD, and Campus Tech

Change can be tough to navigate. And when your role in education is focused on keeping frontline educators connected to the latest tech, trends, and […]

Movement Breaks for Better Learning

Research conducted over the past 25 years has clearly revealed the value that short, frequent “movement breaks” can have on learning and student health in […]

Online Resources for Constitution Day

Though it was not to take effect until ratification by the states, the United States Constitution — the foundational document of the modern U.S. government […]

Remote Learning: Keep It Simple

Here we are, starting school virtually for the first time in human history. This situation is unprecedented and full of uncertainty, but one thing is […]

Bring SEL Practices to Your Remote Classroom

In times of uncertainty like we are experiencing now, it is important to bring social and emotional (SEL) practices to your remote classroom. Some students […]

Finding Educational and/or Free iOS Apps

Searching among the myriad of iOS apps that are released every single day can be a nightmare. And, if you’re a teacher on a tight […]

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