10 tips for lesson planning writer’s block

Lesson planning is hard -- especially when the ideas aren't flowing freely. Here are some tips for overcoming lesson planning writer's block. It's the end […]

Classroom tech: Should I use it? 10 considerations

Classroom tech CAN be transformational. But when should we use it? And what does that look like? Here are some ideas.When schools provide technology for […]

SAMR Doesn’t Help Planning

I’ve been thinking about the SAMR model recently and how it is not as helpful as I first thought it was. Sure, it can still […]

How to create classroom templates in Google Docs and Slides

When I find a good template online, it makes me want to jump for joy. Templates save us time. They give us ideas and get […]

27 tips to deliver powerful professional development

My first presentation at a teacher conference was in 2012. My state foreign language teachers conference. I shared technology and teaching strategies I was using […]

10+ FREE EduProtocol templates + ideas for using them

What teacher doesn’t want to save themselves time and teach better? It’s finding those low-prep, high-return activities that we can use right away that can […]

Back to School Apps for Lesson Planning

“Does the TEKS Resource System have an app?” asked a classroom teacher in one of my sessions. “I want to pull up my lessons.” The […]

1 quick protocol to get your lesson plans organized

Lesson planning. It’s a basic part of many educators’ day. But in our hectic lives, it’s so easy to rush through our lesson planning. It […]

4 frameworks to level up your lesson planning

In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it’s so easy to let our lesson plans move down our priority list. And when that happens, […]

3 powerful lesson plan templates – and how to make your own

If you’ve ever bought a lesson plan book, you’ve probably flipped through it and looked at all the extra pages at the beginning and the […]

20+ wide-ranging books to check out for educators

In many ways, we educators live in an exciting time to be in the classroom and work with students. Examples: We have lots of access […]

Exploring Civil Rights History with Digital Resources

June 11th marks the 56th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s Oval-Office address outlining his goals for civil rights in the United States. In 1964, […]

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