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10 Reasons for Students to Blog Infographic


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 […]

Diigo Weekly Bookmarks


What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some of the latest and greatest web tools and resources that can be utilized to finish out the school year! » Speakpipe A tool that makes it super easy for your website or blog visitors to leave feedback or testimonials regarding […]

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Diigo Weekly Bookmarks


What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some of the latest and greatest web tools and resources that can be utilized to engage students in your classroom! » EyeWitness to History Profiles of historical characters and events from ancient times to today, told with the images and […]

Some Digital SWAG for Aubs & Me


I’m not the type that puts too much emphasis on awards. Blogging is a passion, a labor of love; therefore, awards do not define me or my work. I mean, don’t get me wrong. It’s not that being recognized by others for a job well done is unappreciated, but what I know to be true […]

Cast Your Vote for Edutech for Teachers!


Hey, Edutech for Teachers fans! The nominations have been tallied and voting is now open for the 2014 Edublog Awards. But the good news doesn’t end there! And that’s because I’m beyond psyched to announce that Edutech for Teachers is a finalist in three categories: Best Teacher Blog, Best Ed Tech/Resource Sharing Blog and Lifetime Achievement! […]

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Bedazzle Your Online Space with


Want to bedazzle your classroom web site, wiki or blog with some digital bling? Then check out—a free glitter graphics generator and sparkling text creator. Here’s how simple it is: Just enter the desired text, select your favorite font, size, colors and angle—all within the site’s interface. Then with one click of a button, you […]

The Geeky Girl’s 2014 Edublog Awards Nominations


The nominations for the 11th Annual Edublog Awards are officially open, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time for this Geeky Girl to send some love to a few of her most favorite edtech peops! To kick things off, I’d like to give a special shout out to my Tech Club student Aubs (a.k.a. […]

Generate Customized Social Media Icons with Fontmeme


There are all kinds of really neat sites on the web where font addicts (like me) can fulfill their next typeface fix. One of these places is Fontmeme, a resource in which users can generate text images utilizing fonts of different styles including those found in logos, movie posters, TV shows, album covers and much […]

Summer Smackdown: Tech the Next Step!


So, it’s that coveted time of year again in the life of a teacher—summer vacation! Time to chill and participate in some much needed and well-deserved recreational activities to recharge those batteries. In addition to sinking those feet into the sand while sipping on fruity umbrella beverages, hanging out at a campfire with friends or […]

10 Follow-worthy Education Blogs


I’m typically not the self-promoting type, especially because I do not write this blog for any other reason than it has become one of my passions of life. However, when this girl gets mentioned in an article with the likes of edtech rock stars Richard Byrne (Free Technology for Teachers), Vicky Davis (Cool Cat Teacher) and […]

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