Make Learning Accessible for All Students: Accommodation, Modification, and Intervention

School is underway and you are probably busy once again! You juggle a hectic school schedule along with family activities while trying to maintain some […]

Find or Make Your Own Fun Font

I know. You have probably already scheduled your whole week around September 8 because it is National Ampersand Day. Okay, maybe not. But, if you’re […]

TCEA’s Community: Providing a Powerful Way to Connect

Even though we’re back in the classroom, I’m definitely still feeling the distance. Whether it’s the remote game of Dungeons and Dragons my oldest son […]

Virtual Learning Opportunities Expanded in Texas

How We Got Here Typically, the Texas legislature only convenes every two years. The state constitution provides that these biennium sessions may only last for […]

What’s an NFT and How Does It Relate to Education?

You may have heard the buzz about NFTs recently and been wondering what they are. If so, you aren’t alone. Recently, the Nyan Cat NFT […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: A Summer of Research, Outreach, and a Special Session

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Tests, Tech, and the Supreme Court

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

Free Virtual Reality Resources in YouTube

Virtual reality is becoming more useful and relevant in education today as the technology becomes easier to use. A lot of VR, however, can be […]

How to Learn about Other Countries with YouTube

Over the years, YouTube, the world’s most popular video-sharing site, has become a hub for more than just prank videos or cuddly creatures. Nowadays, there’s […]

What We Learned at the Elementary Technology Conference

Elementary education comes with unique challenges. Because young learners are in such a formative time in their lives and their lifelong learning journeys, elementary teachers […]

Digital Resources for Juneteenth Day

Saturday, June 19th, is Juneteenth Day, a commemoration of the freeing of slaves in the United States. Signed into law in 2021 and first observed […]

What a Fifth-Grader Learned Making Her Own Podcast

Editor’s Note: Riya is a fifth-grade student with her own podcast, which she has been publishing for about a year. She uses the podcast topics […]

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