What are some good tools for studying hurricanes?

Science app-smashing in a 1:1 environment Brendan Nerney, a middle grades educator at Mill River Union High School in Clarendon, Vermont, explains some of the […]

Student-led conferences and engagement in PLPs

A middle school case study Katie Bryant, an English teacher at Lamoille Union Middle School, presents the results of her semester-long action research project examining […]

How to get started podcasting with SoundCloud

A step-by-step guide to publishing your first episode Podcasts have been around for awhile now but can be a little intimidating in terms of knowing […]

Augmented reality and student identity

Students explore the geography of self(ies) An innovative way for students to explore who they are happens in Lori Lisai’s classroom at Lamoille Union Middle […]

N is for Nearpod

How these educators used Nearpod for professional development Educators instinctively understand the engagement power of a tool that allows learners to actively participate in the learning. For […]

How to use MoveNote for screencasting

Embed yourself in your video lesson MoveNote lets you create screencasts where you appear alongside the material, making how to screencast a lot more dynamic for […]

Student-made geology games

Putting a human face on science storytelling Lava flows down the halls of Main Street Middle School, in Montpelier, Vermont, and you must choose whether […]

3 ways to use Chatterpix with maps

Thinglink, augmented reality and gaming Alert reader Lucia Hoegeveen asked a question about our suggestion that you create a map of a country and give each state […]

What We’re Reading: iPad management in the classroom

Tips and tricks from around the edtech world Successful and powerful integration of iPads in the classroom depends in no small part on keeping device […]

4 Earth Day lesson ideas with iPads

Study the Earth’s ecology with deep-digging tech tools Earth Day is April 22, and if you’re looking for some ideas on how to dig deep into […]

4 ways to use an iPad1 in the classroom

Making the most of an original generation iPad Yes, you read that right: you can definitely still use an iPad1 in your classroom. Sure, not every app […]

3 iPad apps for audio

Create compelling audio in iOS Which free iPad audio app will work best for your classroom? That depends on three things: age range, complexity and […]

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