Formative Assessment Tools for Remote Learning

Building a formative assessment toolkit is key at a time when remote learning is a necessity. In this blog entry, we’ll explore two tools you […]

Distancing without Disconnecting: Zoom Games

Whether you are a teacher working with students or are just trying to work from home during this strange time, it’s important to social distance […]

The Role of Technology in Special Education

Every child is entitled to the highest quality education. But some students struggle more than others. For some students, school is not always a place […]

Texas Virtual Field Trips

They say everything is bigger in Texas. I agree, though I’m biased since I’m a native Texan. In terms of square miles, the state of […]

Digital Resources to Celebrate Earth Day 2020

April 22, 2020 officially marks the 50th year of celebrating Earth Day. Even during this period of social isolation, people are taking a thoughtful look […]

Note-Taking and Outlining: Five Digital Helpers

Wish you had an easy way to annotate websites or research articles and then share them with others? Do you need to guide high school […]

Napkin PD: PBL Your Jigsaw

What happens when you combine two instructional strategies like PBL and jigsaw? That’s exactly what I did when developing a new workshop for the TCEA […]

Using Tech for ELA Differentiation and Assessment

When I taught high school English Language Arts (ELA), one of the ways I utilized technology was to engage my students in different types of […]

Video Sharing in Google Classroom and Seesaw

Need to share videos into Google Classroom or Seesaw? You’re not the only teacher who needs to put a quick tutorial video together for students. […]

Test-Enhanced Learning Made Simple with Knowt

The research is clear: rereading a text doesn’t work as well as taking a test over the material. Known as retrieval practice, it involves students […]

Trello for Teachers

Online tools can make teaching and learning more efficient and effective — regardless of the circumstances. Today, many teachers are looking for ways to stay […]

Ramping Up Those Old Worksheets

When I first began teaching, the mimeograph machine was all the rage. I well remember rushing to the teacher’s lounge to copy my worksheets, smelling […]

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