Online Timers for the Classroom

Looking for an online timer? Below are six great ones to check out. Listed below you will find the basic features for each option, as […]

The Big List of Remote Learning Math Resources

Previously in TechNotes, we took a look a several places educators can find engaging STEM and STEAM resources, as well as social studies resources, designed for remote […]

Supporting English Language Learners During Remote Learning

Many students, including English language learners (ELLs), have unique learning needs during remote learning. It is vital that we focus on how we can create […]

It’s Digital Citizenship Week

Civics classes can help students learn their rights, privileges, and duties as a part of a larger society. For that reason, we include civics in […]

Remote Learning Strategy #3: Three More

In our Remote Learning Strategies series so far, we’ve explored two powerful strategies. Those strategies included classroom discussion and summarization. In this blog entry, we’ll […]

Tips for Integrating Smartphones into Lesson Plans

Let’s face it: Teaching changed significantly in 2020 thanks to COVID-19. And it may be a while before things get back to normal. Now, as […]

Make Online Presentations More Engaging

We should go ahead and anticipate that “Zoom fatigue” will soon be added to the Oxford English Dictionary. One way to help diminish the agony […]

Assessing Student Learning in a Remote Environment

Remote learning has left many of us wondering about how we will be assessing student learning. How will we know that students are understanding the content […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 5

I’m back with more interesting tidbits that I’ve picked up around the web and through emails and conversations with dedicated educators. I hope that you […]

Remote Learning Strategy #2: Summarization

In “Remote Learning Strategy #1: Classroom Discussion,” I highlighted a popular strategy for remote teachers. Yet classroom discussion does not reign supreme. It is not […]

Remote Learning Strategy #1: Classroom Discussion

How would you combine one high-effect size instructional strategy with a digital tool? If it’s a question you’ve asked yourself before, you’re not alone. Several […]

Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom

We thought that it was hard enough teaching virtually to our students when COVID-19 first appeared last spring. But now, the stakes have been raised […]

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