Winter Resources for the Elementary Classroom

It’s important for students, especially young learners, to understand the changing of the seasons and the rhythms of the year. These lessons can frame all […]

Experiencing Early American History with Interactive Resources

Thanksgiving, despite not becoming a national holiday until the Civil War, is a time of year steeped in images of America’s colonial past. For educators […]

Investigating Science with Flipgrid

Regardless of what grade you teach, science processing skills are critical for all students to master. Though the focus of the content may change by […]

Keeping Up with Make-Up Work

I saw a juggler once who could juggle over 100 items at once.  It was awe inspiring and mind boggling. He was vastly entertaining and […]

Coaching for Results, Part 1: Exploring Coaching Models

““When schools lack an articulated coaching model, confusion reigns and a precious resource is wasted,” say authors Diane Sweeney and Ann Mausbach. Finding the right […]

You’ll Be Thankful for the “Gobble Gobble” Breakout

It might feel like Christmas is already upon us, and judging from the decorations already adorning homes and storefronts (not to mention the unseasonably chilly […]

Buncee-Based Learning: Building Block for Knowledge Construction

Ready to adopt powerful learning strategies for use in your classroom? John Hattie, author of the acclaimed Visible Learning research, points out that technology alone […]

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 […]

Wakelet-Empowered Classroom Discussions

Ready to electrify your classroom with Wakelet-empowered classroom discussions? Wakelet has many features that make it ideal for use in the classroom. And, since it’s […]

Falling for Digital Breakouts

The days are cooling down, the leaves are turning beautiful colors, and football season has kicked off. Fall is here, even though the thermometer has […]

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 […]

The Modality Effect and Wakelet Templates

Wakelet is an amazing (and free) tool for content curation for both students and teachers. To make it even better, there are fabulous templates available showcasing […]

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