Free TeachersFirst Resources for K-12 Educators

Take a look at some free resources for educators offered through The Source for Learning's TeachersFirst community. The post Free TeachersFirst Resources for K-12 Educators […]

Shifting from Deficit Thinking to Asset-Based Feedback

Explore deficit thinking, negativity bias, and asset-based feedback to make sure students' needs are connected to their strengths and assets. The post Shifting from Deficit […]

Speak Up Research on Ed Tech From Project Tomorrow

Use reliable data and student perspectives to inform your technology decisions. Take a look at research from Speak Up's Project Tomorrow! The post Speak Up […]

The Best YouTube Channels for Teachers

Looking for quality YouTube channels on a variety of topics and subjects? Here's a quick list of top channels for educators! The post The Best […]

10 Popular Trends in Education (2022 – 2025)

The world’s education has been renovated to adapt to an ever-changing society. Let’s keep an eye on this blog to explore 10 popular trends in […]

Templates and Ideas for Making Differentiated Choice Boards

Choice boards can seriously boost learning and engagement. Here are some ideas, resources, and templates for using them with your students. The post Templates and […]

Google Arts and Culture: A Rich Array of Resources

Google Arts and Culture shares an amazing, 52-page guide to its repository of human endeavor. It's a must-explore resource! The post Google Arts and Culture: […]

Immersive, Accessible Classroom Technology Leads to Both Excitement and Expectation

Classroom technology that used be exciting is now an everyday expectation for students. Is that necessarily a bad thing? The post Immersive, Accessible Classroom Technology […]

Our Top 20 Ed Tech Blogs of 2021

Our team works hard to produce helpful, interesting, and relevant TechNotes articles. Here are the top 20 ed tech blogs of 2021 from TCEA! The […]

The Big List of Educational Twitter Chats

Are you on Twitter? If not, it’s a great place for you to connect with other educators who are in the same place as you […]

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 […]

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