Building Respectful Relationships by Knowing Your Students More

I am proud of maintaining my enthusiasm to teach and inspire students even after 25 years of teaching. In fact, I am comfortable writing that […]

Genially: A Fun New Tool For Distance Learning Projects

Photo by August de Richelieu from Pexels As distance learning becomes part of our “new normal”, teachers are working harder than ever to implement effective […]

Free Resources and Tools to help Educators Teach Remotely (Coronavirus)

In these challenging times, many companies are making their tools and resources free to educators and students. I'm collecting resources here to share and will […]

2019 EmergingEdTech Year in Review: Your Faves & My Faves

Before we Head Off Into a New Decade, Let's Take a Moment to Reflect on Another Year of Learning, Sharing, and Connecting Well, another year […]

Back to the Basics: 4 Effective Technologies For Teaching and Learning

While Flashy New Technology can be fun to Consider, Proven Solutions Should not be Overlooked The world of EdTech is often focused on flashy gadgets […]

Using a Social Annotation Platform for Pre-Class Reading Assignments

This effective use of digital technology can be applied to flipped, blended, and traditional classroom learning In last week's Future Trends Forum, guest Robert Talbert […]

Digital Distractions in the Classroom: 4 Ways Instructional Technology Can Help

Technology has brought a crucial paradox into the lives of students: The same gadgets that help them complete their work are also their biggest distraction […]

Storyboard That: an Exciting Edtech Tool That Just got Even Better

Storyboard That, one of my absolute favorite tools for student voice, engagement, and choice, has just upped its game even further with a new user-friendly […]

Leveraging Social Media in Higher Education to Connect Students and Give them Voice and Choice

Social media can be a powerful enabler for students as long as you follow good practices I recently sat with Ken Bauer and had a […]

Why Using SMS Texting in the Classroom can be a Great Idea

Texting CAN be an Educational Tool Teaching has changed in the last years. Students are more involved in their own learning, having the necessary space […]

Making Math Fun, Accessible, and Real-World Based

Many students dread working with math and have trouble finding the fun in it. As a self-professed “math nerd,” I’m here to tell you that […]

4 Free Sets of Flipped & Blended Learning Tutorials from Matthew Moore and the FLN

First, let me make it clear that I work for the Flipped Learning Network (as their Community Administrator), so yes, I am a “biased” fan and […]

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