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 […]

Creating student blogs with Wakelet

Writing sucks. That’s the essence of what so many kids express during writing time in school. In my experience, many children who could spend hours […]

How I used Project Based Learning to start a podcast

This past summer I had the opportunity to participate in a program called MERIT, which stands for Making Education Relevant through Innovative Teaching, in Los […]

10 ways to use emojis in the classroom

Emojis are the modern-day hieroglyphics. In fact, our students are sharing complete thoughts and complete stories in, get this…PICTURES. It’s true! Take a peek at […]

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