How to Help Teachers

Teachers Need our Help K-12 teachers are either teaching online, teaching face-to-face, or doing both. Despite what you think you learned last spring, the easiest […]

The Trinity of Online Learning

Is this the year of online education – along with the year of everything else? Online Learning has a different meaning depending on the audience. […]

2020 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge Concludes

Today the #8weeksofsummer blog challenge concludes and the $100 USD Amazon Gift Card is awarded; those who participated in each post are eligible. While it […]

Does School Start Early Enough?

The old adage that school starts earlier every year may be truer than you realize. Kindergarten is only required in eight states (Education Commission of […]

Week 8 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

How is your school/district operating differently this year? We know how surprised we all were the abrupt nature of #RemoteLearning {Read: Remote Learning posts}. But […]

Week 7 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

This past spring you likely had to flex time like never before in the classroom. Many teacher’s first encounters with asynchronous learning was harsh. After […]

Week 6 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

K12 education is exploding with opportunities. Educational technology companies, both higher educational and K12 are looking for educators to teach online, and content creation will […]

Communication Across Modalities

Blended learning, online learning, and face-to-face learning are all different modalities of teaching. You can expect to see all of these modalities at some point […]

Week 5 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

Educators acquired an immediate understanding of the potential power of educational technology during the COIVD-19 pandemic. While we missed the proximity to and the interactions […]

Your New #EdTech Diet

Whatever your politics, it is shocking that immediately after the huge teacher-win of shifted face-to-face teaching and learning to emergency remote learning in mere days […]

Summer Reading List 2020

There are two things teachers can prepare for going into the 2020-2021 school year. And the pandemic isn’t really one of them! Sort of. There […]

Transition to Kindergarten #Infographic

The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 months before the school year starts. Are you on schedule? #edchatClick To Tweet The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 […]

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