Make Audio More Accessible with YouTube Playback Tools

“How can I speed up playback of this YouTube video?” I asked myself while watching a video tutorial. Like many others, I want to listen […]

Clip That Web Page with Joplin

If you need to keep track of information off the web, you’re not alone. In this blog entry, we’ll explore Joplin, a new tool with […]

Create Interactive Lessons with Deck•Toys

Teaching anything online can be a challenge. How to make static resources and texts become interactive, able to be manipulated, and provide hands-on learning is […]

Putting a Spark in Remote Learning

How do you get feedback from your students during remote learning? Whether collecting responses from an assignment or gauging student well being, it can be […]

Buzz Me In: Remote Learning Buzzers and Scoreboards

Wish you had an online scoreboard or buzzer system? While these types of systems are available, they often cost money. You can use online scoreboards […]

Naraview: The Wikipedia-Powered Game Maker

Ever wish you could take plain old Wikipedia entries and make them a bit more exciting? While many teachers eschew Wikipedia as a valid source […]

Synchronous Remote Learning with SyncTube

You probably already know that the dynamic duo of Screencastify and EdPuzzle allows you to make and save videos. With EdPuzzle, you can insert questions […]

Tech Tools You Can’t Live Without

A recent Zoom Discussion with TCEA members found us sharing the technology apps, websites, programs, and tools that we simply couldn’t live without. It was […]

How to Change Your Zoom Background

Chances are you have participated in quite a few video conferences over the past weeks. If so, it might be time to change up your environment […]

Another New Word Cloud Tool

Word cloud tools are a great resource for students to use in determining what is really important in text and to improve their own writing. […]

Tracking Online Content with Fraidycat

How do you keep track of online content you like? There are lots of ways of doing this, but some tools limit the scope of […]

Ramping Up Those Old Worksheets

When I first began teaching, the mimeograph machine was all the rage. I well remember rushing to the teacher’s lounge to copy my worksheets, smelling […]

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