4 ways to fight educator burnout

This post is written by Kim Strobel. Kim is the owner of Strobel Education. She is a highly sought-after consultant, speaker, and happiness coach who […]

4 tips for building Peloton style choice boards

This post was written by Michele Haiken, a middle school English teacher at Rye Middle School in Rye, NY and adjunct professor at Manhattanville College. […]

10 Jamboard templates for distance learning

This post has 10 engaging ideas for using Jamboard in your class that will get your students working together, even though they may not be […]

Disruption drives reinvention

Originally published here by ETHRWorld on April 25, 2020 Authored by Leena Sahijwani, Vice President (Group Human Resources, Tata Sons) and Nishchae Suri (President – […]

Achieve Featured on CK-12 Website

Achieve Virtual Featured on the CK-12 Foundation Website Check out the guest blog post about Achieve Virtual that was featured on the CK-12 Foundation website.  […]

Learning math through story: Examples from one teacher’s classroom

You don’t see storytelling in a math class that often. But Missouri math teacher Mandi Tolen’s class isn’t the traditional type you’ve seen for decades […]

Skills: The New Currency of Success – Nishchae Suri & Joseph Hayes

Blog originally published by CHIEF LEARNING OFFICER – MIDDLE EAST on April 18, 2020 Are organisations equipped to become talent incubators? Ask Nishchae Suri President […]

Featured – Social Distancing Vs. Productivity: Finding the Balance, HR Tech

With the sudden increase in remote working, training and learning, L&D platforms are quickly adapting to provide the structure and tools needed for organizations to […]

Google Forms magic ✨ with pre-filled links

This post is written by Craig Klement, an RTI facilitator, working with teachers and struggling students from Garland, Texas. You can connect with Craig on […]

Stakeholders: Every educator’s secret weapon

This post is by Holy McRae, a principal at The Learnershop Academy in Tyler, TX. You can connect with Holly through email at [email protected] Have you […]

“That’s Not Fair!” The Myth About Assistive Technology

Some label assistive technology as unfair. We hold onto myths about it. In this post, Catherine Day identifies and dispels some of those myths. This […]

10 ways to build your tech agility

This post is written by Georgina Dean, an Educational Technology Consultant from Amman, Jordan. You can connect with Georgina on Twitter at @TechyLeaderEDU Have you […]

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