Buncee-Based Learning: Building Block for Knowledge Construction

Ready to adopt powerful learning strategies for use in your classroom? John Hattie, author of the acclaimed Visible Learning research, points out that technology alone […]

The Modality Effect and Wakelet Templates

Wakelet is an amazing (and free) tool for content curation for both students and teachers. To make it even better, there are fabulous templates available showcasing […]

Wakelet Choice Boards

“How can I create an interactive choice board with a popular content curation tool?” You could use any tool to make it, but why not […]

bulb Digital Portfolio Offers Free Premium Accounts

As a professional educator, it’s a good idea to keep a portfolio of your best work. This can be a powerful tool for reflection on […]

Wakelet to the Rescue: Backchannel and Twitter Chat Archiving

There are two common challenges we face as educators, no matter what you do. Classroom teacher, school administrator, or instructional coach — you face these […]

Learning to Juggle with Seesaw

Are you a juggler when it comes to education? Have you ever wanted one spot to keep track of everything as a teacher? Sometimes, we […]

A New Tool to Help Students Draw to Remember

You’ve probably heard the latest brain research focused on cementing learning that says that drawing something can help a person better remember it. This works […]

Interactive, Differentiated Activities with Deck.Toys

New websites and tech tools come out every day, almost every hour. But finding just the right ones to help you and your students can […]

Twitter Takeaways: Wakelet for Content Curation

Content curation gets easier with Wakelet, a tool that’s kicking up a twitterstorm. Let’s take a quick look at some of the exciting ways it […]

Bringing Geography to Life with Interactive Maps

Geography plays a crucial role in connecting the social studies disciplines, giving students a concrete understanding of how people move and interact, how the landscape […]

A New Word Cloud Tool: WordWanderer

I really like the concept of word clouds. I think they can be a great resource in helping to determine what is important in reading, […]

Reading and Writing Tools for Educators

As an educator, you may have several resources in your PLN (Professional or Personal Learning Network) where you collect tools for students. But where do […]

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