The Periodic Table of #FE Educators on Twitter to follow today

Back in the summer, I was involved in a number of conversations about the creation of one of my periodic table designs, this time to […]

30 Fresh Ideas for Adding Formative Assessment to Your Teaching

Tools for Educators Formative assessment is a deservedly hot topic in education. If you’re looking to learn more about what formative assessment is, or for […]

The best (free) #edtech tool you’ll discover this week

With it being Friday I thought I’d fire out a quick post that I’ve been meaning to share for some time. Often, the best edtech […]

We Have to Save Fred!

As I have said before, I love working in the brick and mortar building of TCEA HQ, but it is also invigorating to get out […]

The Periodic Table of Educational Books to read today

It is true to say that one of the best things (for me) about the education profession is that it is ever changing; always developing. […]

Back to School Breakout

Kick off the 2018-2019 school year with a brand new TCEA digital breakout. The theme is school supplies. If you are new to digital breakouts, […]

Retrieval Practice Challenge Grid Templates

In keeping with @87History’s popular retrieval practice challenge grids idea and linked post, I created some templates to help people. Retrieval Practice Challenge Grids to use […]

International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) Free Classroom Posters

International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) Free Classroom Posters: > I love free. I...

DOI Finds Open Access Research

One of the best things to come out of Open Access Week was the oaDOI tool by Impactstory. If you are unfamiliar with the DOI […]

6 Things Every Social Studies Course Writer Must Know

Writing Social Studies curriculum entails diverse authorship. Economists, historians, political scientists, sociologists, and geographers are all grouped into a single discipline, but we often forget […]

10 Great Resources Every ELA Course Writer Can Use

  You can find just about anything on the internet—but what you find isn’t always high quality. For English Language Arts (ELA) course developers, sifting […]

Resource: Bringing the Bayeux Tapestry to life with Blippar

I have previously advocated the use of augmented reality (AR) in the classroom as a method for breathing new life into resources (see here). It […]

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