6 Great Virtual Manipulative Tools for the Math Classroom

When I think of the lessons we learned from remote learning, I think about how much mathematics instruction had to adapt to the changing needs […]

Five Free Online Coin-Flipping Tools

Need a way to settle arguments fast? Look no further than these digital, customizable virtual coin flip tools. The post Five Free Online Coin-Flipping Tools […]

Six Amazing Android Math Apps

If you have students that use Android devices (phones or tablets), or if your students have Chromebooks that can run Android apps, then consider sharing […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits

My collection of cool websites and resources for ed tech enthusiasts is bursting. So it must be time for another issue of this blog series. […]

Eight Children’s Books to Promote Girl Power in STEM

Encouraging girls to participate in STEM activities might seem daunting, but it can easily be done simply by reading books. Reading STEM books introduces girls […]

Zearn Math for Texas

Zearn Math for Texas: With Zearn, kids learn the same concept twice—once with their teacher and...

How App Development Empowers Students

Math is not everyone’s favorite subject. My group of fifth graders, who are the creators, designers, and builders of a math app prototype, will say […]

Increasing Student Engagement Through Gamification with Boddle

Did you know that video games have been shown to aid in memorization? According to the Journal of Learning, Media and Technology, technology-enhanced learning (TEL) […]

Zearn: Engaging Students with Effective Math

Zearn‘s premise is simple, and compelling: All kids can love learning math. A non-profit organization, Zearn creates materials that are free for teachers and students. […]

Digital Math Tools

As a former ELA teacher, math instruction has always seemed like the quest for the Grail to me. First off, the content seems very foreign […]

Eight More Electrifying Elementary Web 2.0 Tools

I am back with more electrifying resources for elementary teachers. Please check out the eight below; I am sure you will be able to equip […]

How Students Can Work On Building Math Confidence

Building math confidence can be one of the most challenging acts for students. In fact, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found that girls […]

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