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17 Edtech Tryouts for 2017

January8

We. Are. Teachers… So, by nature we’re the type to set the goal of being the absolute best we can be for our students. Part of the equation in striving to provide the best education possible involves acquiring and/or honing the digital skills necessary to transform teaching and learning in our classrooms. That said, hopefully you […]

All Roads Lead to Code

October1

So, why just use technology, when you can build it, right? But first—students need the programming know-how in order to do so… And that begins with you! Whether you choose to embrace the concept or not, it’s becoming more and more important to equip students with coding skills. It’s the new literacy for a generation […]

15 Things Every Teacher Should Try This School Year

September19

OK, by now it’s probably pretty safe to say that the bulletin boards are hung, the lessons plans are rolling and Open House is crossed off the list for another year. So take a deep breath and give yourself a high five… I’m sure you’re new school year if off to an awesome start! But […]

Teaching Tolerance: Love Thy Neighbor Sketchnote

January6

Sketchnote guru Sylvia Duckworth is back again—this time with another amazing drawing highlighting a very significant message for all of us: The importance of being kind, tolerant and respectful of one another regardless of race, religion, socio-economic status and/or sexual orientation. Today, more than ever, our students interact with a variety of individuals. Classrooms are […]

The 12 Ways to Recharge Over the Holidays Infographic

December27

So, you’ve made it to the holiday break—perhaps completely frazzled and worn out, but yes… You, Have. Made. It! As you use this time to relax and enjoy family, friends and/or whatever else makes you happy in life, here are some ideas to help you recharge the batteries before your return to your respective educational […]

10 Reasons for Students to Blog Infographic

November4

So, you want to increase motivation for reading and writing, improve confidence levels and/or encourage ICT literacy? Well, regardless of the rationale, blogging is a very powerful learning tool that can assist teachers with these goals. Still not convinced that blogging is a meaningful activity? Then check out the nifty sketch note shown below, one that […]

The 10 Reasons to Use Technology in Class Infographic

September18

OK, so here it is… Technology is everywhere. It’s basically twisted and tangled into every part of our lives in some sort of way. It impacts how we work, socialize, shop, play, and most significantly, how we learn. With devices, tools and apps increasing their presence in our lives, it only makes sense for educators to […]

The 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship Infographic

April30

Digital access, commerce, communication, literacy and etiquette… What do these words have in common? Well, for starters, they are all components of digital citizenship. In fact, these concepts—and many more—are part of an online code of ethics students need to know about in order to develop and maintain a positive digital footprint and online presence. As […]

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