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In mid-January I started the blog freetechforschools.com to try and keep track of and share with the global teaching community all the amazing free products […]

Free Technology for Schools is now collaborative

Free technology for Schools is now going to be a collaborative blog. To help with this, I have made it easier for people to submit […]

Using Google Apps as a Free LMS

Here is the first ever collaborative post on Free Technology for Schools by John from New Zealand. He is trying to build a Google apps […]

8 time-saving tips to be a more efficient administrator

This post is written by Dr. LaMarcus Norman. Dr. Norman is the Assistant Professor at Delta State University, Educational Administration and Supervision. Before joining Delta […]

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 […]

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