Vocabulary Acquisition: Three Tools for You

Want to use explicit lexical instruction that facilitates new vocabulary acquisition? Try one or all of the three digital tools offered here. The post Vocabulary […]

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 […]

Using Wakelet to Create Infographics

Infographics allow students to share a lot of information in a visually-pleasing but concise way. While there are lots of tools that you can use […]

Comics and Graphic Novels: An Imagery Invasion

Walk through a paper bookstore and you’ll find a huge section dedicated to graphic novels. Like many children of yesteryear, I grew up reading comic […]

Learning on the Go with Podcastle AI

It is easy to create assignments for students that involve a lot of text. And, unless it is a reading comprehension or fluency assignment, your […]

Supporting English Language Learners During Remote Learning

Many students, including English language learners (ELLs), have unique learning needs during remote learning. It is vital that we focus on how we can create […]

Remote Learning Strategy #3: Three More

In our Remote Learning Strategies series so far, we’ve explored two powerful strategies. Those strategies included classroom discussion and summarization. In this blog entry, we’ll […]

Make Online Presentations More Engaging

We should go ahead and anticipate that “Zoom fatigue” will soon be added to the Oxford English Dictionary. One way to help diminish the agony […]

ELL and Bilingual Resources for Remote Learning

In the U.S. today, bilingual education and education for English language learners (ELLs) is in high demand. And while students with limited English proficiency (LEP) […]

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 […]

Bee-Bots in the Early Childhood Classroom

The first time I saw a Bee-bot, I was intrigued.  I was not sure what it was, but I knew that I needed one. It […]

Adding Adventure to Instruction by Using a Fliphunt

Regardless of what you teach, your students will most likely respond well to an adventure of some kind as opposed to worksheets or traditional whole-group […]

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