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 hmcrae@theleadershipacademytyler.com 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 […]

A simple activity to increase voice and choice in your classroom

This post is written by Jethro Jones, a Middle School Principal in Fairbanks, Alaska. Jethro is the host of the Transformative Principal podcast. You can […]

Google Classroom (still) to the rescue: Blogging, vlogging, and podcasting

This post is written by Laura Steinbrink, a high school English teacher and tech coach from Plato, Missouri. This post was originally published on her blog, […]

STEAM with the silent A

This post is written by Paul Gordon and Jesus Huerta, fifth-grade teachers in Palm Springs and El Centro, California. Paul and Jesus host the #3dprintedu […]

Kids blogging in math class: Why and how

This post is written by Thom Gibson a middle school math & robotics teacher and advisor at Headwaters School in Austin, TX. You can connect […]

10 ideas for an unforgettable classroom transformation

Transforming your classroom into an experience might be a lot of work but the end results are worth it. Here are 10 ideas to consider […]

We don’t do tests: Using Gimkit for assessment

Gimkit is a game show for the classroom that makes assessments feel like fun! How can you use Gimkit in your class? Read on for […]

Ditch those homework packets with family choice boards

Can we shift the homework culture while still bridging home-school connections? It's possible with family choice boards. Read on for examples, templates and ideas for […]

4 ways to power up your classroom this fall

Remember the joy you felt when you laid the last domino in a match, played the final card in the deck, and finally reached level […]

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