So many Makerspace ideas at #NCCE2020

Are you wondering where to start with your school’s Makerspace? Do you need new ideas to add to your existing Makerspace? Great News! NCCE has […]

Create Your Own Amazing Font

If you are like me, you enjoy getting and sending handwritten notes, so much so that, for several years, I had a side business where […]

Teachable Moment Episode 10: Ideas for using MinecraftEDU in your classroom

In this teachable moment, Tammy shows a bunch of great ideas of how to integrate MinecraftEDU into your classroom. From Math to English this video […]

Guest Post: A Summer Camp for Makers: NCCE’s Maker Camp

This summer NCCE is hosting our third round of Maker Camps! We’re not sure of the exact count, but this will make about fifteen NCCE […]

Diferencia entre DO y MAKE

La diferencia entre do y make tiene mucha guasa, especialmente para alumnos de inglés principiantes. Y es que la diferencia entre do y make no es realmente semántica. Es decir, ambos […]

NCCE Maker Camp August 15 and 16!

Join us August 15 and 16th for the first ever NCCE Maker Camp! Are you interested in learning more about the Maker Movement? Held at […]

Tech-Savvy Hands on Review: Wacom Intuos Draw

New to the Tech-Savvy Lab is the Wacom Intuos Draw. Jason and I have used the older Bamboo Draw tablets in the past and we […]

Meet a Tech-Savvy Teacher: Dean Phillips

Dean began his career as a middle school teacher where he continually offered his students the opportunities to learn from their environment, experiences, and real […]

Slides: Sketchnoting with the Tech-Savvy Teachers

We were fortunate to get to spend Monday morning at the IETA conference in Boise, ID with a great group of educators from the Northwest […]

New Apple Teacher Program!

Do you have Macs in your school? How about iPads? If so, Apple has developed new training resources called Apple Teacher Learning Center to help […]

First Look: Vidcode

First Look is a series from the Tech-Savvy Teachers featuring innovative services, hardware and software from our exploration of conference vendor floors from around the […]

Is "Makerspace" Another Learning Silo?

The principles of design, engineering and iteration that students get to practice in maker environments is invaluable - I get it. What worries me some […]

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