Overcome Five Challenges in G Suite EDU Classroom

Looking for G Suite EDU goodness? Then you need look no further than this blog post. In it, we’ll explore a few ways educators are […]

Certified Online Training Professional Certificate

Imagine if you only had the knowledge and skill levels that you contained immediately after college or university? I dare say you would be professionally […]

Forms + Classroom = A Teacher’s Best Friend

As teachers gear up for a new school year many will turn to Google Forms to gather information from parents and students. As with all […]

eLearning Livestream – L&D Lessons Learned | July 1st, 2019

Tune in Monday, July 1st at 12:00 EDT | 16:00 UTC for another #eLearning #livestream. This time we will be discussing L&D lessons that you […]

3 Reasons Why Teachers Love PechaKucha

PechaKucha. Pecha . . . what? The word comes from a Japanese onomatopoeia, meaning “chitchat.” It’s a presentation style devised by two architects. And it’s […]

Physical Examination Methods: Training Your Students

Physical examinations are one of healthcare’s most powerful tools. They’re fast, informative, and inexpensive. But not all physical examinations are created equal. According to the […]

Districts Often Out of Touch with Teachers' Biggest Tech Needs, Survey Finds

A recent report from Common Sense Media reveals that teachers don't feel they have the right tech for their classrooms.

The best (free) #edtech tool you’ll discover this week

With it being Friday I thought I’d fire out a quick post that I’ve been meaning to share for some time. Often, the best edtech […]

TCEA’s Elementary Technology Conference

As you know, TCEA offers numerous benefits to members (highlighted in my last blog post) to make every education professional’s edtech journey an efficient and […]

Guest post: How to Help Your Children Achieve Success in the Classroom with Balance

If you want your child to become successful in life, it’s up to you to set the foundation. As a parent, it’s your job to […]

Exception or Extinction as an Administrator: It Is Yours to Choose

If you are like many educators, you may really enjoy teaching. But at some point, you may want to move up the ladder to work […]

How Peer Feedback Can Make A World of Difference in Your Classroom

It’s the beginning of the semester and there’s over 300 students signed up for your course. As you add up the numbers in your head, […]

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