What You Might Not Know About Comic Sans

Comic Sans is a controversial typeface. You may recognize the hand drawn-looking letters, perhaps you’ve even used them. In fact, the font is commonly used […]

Assistive Writing Features in Google Docs

Did you know that Google Docs contains assistive writing features? Writing can be a complex task for all students, and particularly for students with learning […]

Digital Resources for Independence Day

In the U.S., July 4 marks Independence Day, a holiday that celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration signaled a turning point […]

The Simulation Game Designed to Save the World

Simulations, games, role playing activities, and more have been a part of education from the beginning. Sometime games can help students focus on a task […]

Teaching Math with G Suite EDU

It was only a week ago that a teacher reached out to me about typing mathematical symbols. Lonnie, a math teacher, expressed the challenge: I’ve […]

StoryMap JS: Creating Immersive Social Studies Education

Teaching social studies subjects — history, civics, geography, and more — can be a challenge. Multiple elements of time and space are required to create […]

Blog, ‘Cast, Engage!

How are you showcasing student accomplishments in your classroom now? One great way to do so combines video, audio, and text in a simple interface. […]

Naraview: The Wikipedia-Powered Game Maker

Ever wish you could take plain old Wikipedia entries and make them a bit more exciting? While many teachers eschew Wikipedia as a valid source […]

Google’s AI to the Rescue: Ask Socratic

Ready to step into the future? You may find this new iteration of an app worth exploring. It will be even more useful if you […]

Virtual Field Trips Around the World

It’s a big world out there — and there’s plenty to explore, even if you’re stuck at home. In a previous post, we shared some […]

TCEA Responds: Starting a Virtual Book Club

 Dear TCEA Responds: I would be interested in learning how to do a book club with my students online. I want to focus on short […]

Nonfiction Media for Remote Learners

If you need more nonfiction content for your remote learning classroom, several online providers of nonfiction have made resources available for K-12 education. In this […]

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