Talk about engagement! Here are some fun ideas to engage your audience, class, and/or group!!! [Christian]

From DSC: These ideas are specially meant for you entrepreneurs and vendors out there! Including such vendors and products such as Zoom, Cisco Webex, Microsoft […]

Jennifer Leban’s “If-Then” slides for transitioning curriculum between in-person and e-learning

My “If-Then” slides for transitioning curriculum between in-person and e-learning are available here (I made them for the districts I work with specifically, but everyone […]

Trends Shaping Education in 2022 [Vander Ark]

Trends Shaping Education in 2022 — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark Key Points: It’s hard to see trends in a crisis. Around the edges […]

Methods and tools to develop future-ready skills

In preparing students for the essential skills they need for the future, we have different methods and digital tools that we can bring into our […]

Debunking Common Myths About UDL

Debunking Common Myths About UDL—Infographic Debunking the common myths and misconceptions about Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Separating UDL fact from fiction. You may know […]

Here’s a nice moderator checklist, courtesy of Eva Keiffenheim

Here’s a nice moderator checklist, courtesy of Eva Keiffenheim — from her Learn Letter, dated 1/12/22 Also see the following item from Eva Keiffenheim: Four […]

5 Time-saving strategies for busy teachers

With each year that passes, I make a promise to myself to be more organized and change my “I don’t have time” mantra.  Do you […]

6 Elements of Thriving Learners [Fielding]

6 Elements of Thriving Learners — from gettingsmart.com by Randy Fielding Key points: Schools aren’t to blame for last year’s Insurrection, but they can be […]

How the pandemic accelerated the need for interactive learning spaces

A version of this post was originally published in Education Today, on November 9, 2021. Online education isn’t by any means something new. However, more […]

5 Ways Teachers Can Help Students in Their Online Learning Journey [edtechreview.in]

5 Ways Teachers Can Help Students in Their Online Learning Journey — from edtechreview.in Excerpt: With the growing prominence of online education and its integration […]

Two items involving the “Start/Stop/Continue” type of approach

Reflecting and Planning With Four Lists — from byrdseed.com by Ian Byrd (Parenthetically, be sure to see Ian’s list of items he put into Byrdseed […]

How edtech supports teacher work-life balance and wellbeing

One of the greatest lessons I learned as a former educator turned e-learning company leader is that an organization is only as successful as its […]

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