A Simple Process and Template for Student Podcasting

Maybe you’ve heard the saying that whoever is talking is the person learning. Or, the teacher should do less talking in the classroom than the […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits

My collection of cool websites and resources for ed tech enthusiasts is bursting. So it must be time for another issue of this blog series. […]

Evidence-Based Learning: Introducing Podsie

Putting evidence-based research into practice can be tough. One of the challenges I encountered was shedding my own flawed beliefs. For example, I had a […]

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 […]

Four Fun Activities for Zoom-ers (and Class-roomers)!

We all know the main reason to attend school is to gain the skills and education needed to live a successful and productive life. But […]

Peer Feedback: An Essential Skill to Teach

It is important for students to receive valuable feedback on their work. Typically as educators, we assume full responsibility for this and become the sole […]

TCEA Responds: Plagiarism Checking Made Easy

Dear TCEA Responds: I am a high school teacher. Do you know of a good plagiarism software for checking high school students’ writing? Thank you.  […]

Make Reading Fun and Interactive with Edji

As teachers, finding new ways to make content interactive can be tough. Tools like Edji turn sharing classroom texts into a fun “let’s do this […]

Recognize an Exceptional Educator for their Amazing Work

Educators have difficult jobs and take on immense responsibility. These days, many are working harder than ever to deliver meaningful, lasting learning experiences, no matter […]

Dynamic Lesson Plan Templates to Save You Time and Energy

I don’t know that I’ve ever met a teacher who loves writing lesson plans, at least not before teaching the lessons. And if you are […]

The Critical Need to Support Executive Functioning Skills (EFS)

Challenges we face when returning to our campuses this year are more than just academic. Some of our students have not stepped foot in a […]

Making Acceleration Work for All “Gap” Students

In the first blog on the topic of which approach might work best for struggling students, we looked at the differences between acceleration, remediation, and […]

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