Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits

My collection of cool websites and resources for ed tech enthusiasts is bursting. So it must be time for another issue of this blog series. […]

Eight Children’s Books to Promote Girl Power in STEM

Encouraging girls to participate in STEM activities might seem daunting, but it can easily be done simply by reading books. Reading STEM books introduces girls […]

How App Development Empowers Students

Math is not everyone’s favorite subject. My group of fifth graders, who are the creators, designers, and builders of a math app prototype, will say […]

Qualities to Look for in an Online Robotics Platform

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD’s only middle school STEM Academy, located at Central Junior High School, offers a seventh-grade introductory robotics class. The one-semester class is available to […]

Creating Chemical Models with Tinkercad and Sketchfab

Chemistry. Everyone’s favorite subject, right? Or is it just me? I’ve always found chemistry fascinating, but it is a bit abstract. I feel that chemical […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 8

I have a lot of great resources and ideas for you this time, probably more than I normally do. Maybe it’s because it’s the holidays […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 7

I’m back with even more cool websites, neat ideas, and other ed tech innovations in this blog. If you missed the previous six, be sure […]

Reasons to Incorporate Coding into K–12 GT Programs

Students in our gifted and talented program (GT) have a lot of different tracks to choose from. Some of the most popular are animation, video […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 6

I’ve discovered some really cool tech tools and tips to share with you this week, including a couple of must-see ones for fall. So let’s […]

Teaching Students About Artificial Intelligence

Though the term “artificial intelligence” (AI) can be traced back to the 1950’s, it really didn’t start getting much traction until recently. Before we talk […]

Animate Learning with The Wick Editor

The Wick Editor may be your new, best digital tool. As a longtime gamer, I am always on the lookout for game creation tools. As […]

Resources for the Raspberry Pi Enthusiast

What can be better than a computer designed to inspire children? That was the motivation for creating Raspberry Pi even as early as 2006 when […]

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