The Tech Savvy Educator

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Finding the Speed of Light with Peeps

Shout out to Mary Wever for digging this gem out from the NPR Skunk Bear archives! For those that aren’t familiar with the series, Skunk […]

Video Story Problem – What’s Wrong With This Word Problem?

My son had a math worksheet last week that included a hilarious word problem about a horse. Alright, I’ll qualify hilarious with the fact that […]

What if Assessments at School Looked Like This?

I have an eclectic taste in music; and I have a terrible video addiction. Thanks to those two realities, and the Google algorithm, I was […]

Be Gold

“Gold Bokeh” by megforce1 (Public Domain) Gold is one of the most malleable metals on the face of the earth. It’s so ductile, a single ounce can be […]

The Bewildered Beast

“The Bewildered Beast” by Nicole Rimes Teaching and learning in the era of COVID (provided you haven’t retired, resigned, or been side tracked with the […]

Exaggerated Yelp Reviews as Writing Prompts

A conversation with a colleague today got me thinking about engagement. Or rather disengagement of staff and students. It’s a pretty solid and straight forward […]

What is the appropriate number of assessments?

I serve as the School Improvement Chair for my school district. I help coordinate the flow of data among several of our district analytic and […]

39,880 Free Visual Writing Prompts

“Ready for Bed” by Frees, Harry Whittier It’s conference season. The time between Christmas Break and Spring Break can be tortuously long for teachers and […]

Where are the K-12 Student-Run Radio Stations?

Leginska by Bain News Service Zach and Screech had a student-run radio station on Saved By the Bell that they used to save the local […]

When the Kindergartners Have Been Far Too Quiet?

Just a quick post to commemorate the havoc that children can wrought on technology. I’ve seen students of all ages tear keys off of devices, […]

When the Kindergartners Have Been Far Too Quiet?

Just a quick post to commemorate the havoc that children can wrought on technology. I’ve seen students of all ages tear keys off of devices, […]

Where are the K-12 Student-Run Radio Stations?

Leginska by Bain News Service Zach and Screech had a student-run radio station on Saved By the Bell that they used to save the local […]

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