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KEEP CALM it’s only PRESEASON #BlogAMonth

This post is a part of #blogamonth monthly blog challenge. The 2017-18 school year has begun for me and for others it is fast approaching. Join this “edu-couragement” community for monthly reflecting and commenting led by @UGAFrank. But for now,… Continue Reading →

5 Things Students want from Blended Learning

Blended Learning is more than just a benefit to teachers. The students benefit from Blended Learning too, but what do your students want from Blended Learning? 5 Things Students want from Blended Learning #edchat Click To Tweet Clarity Students want… Continue Reading →

A Lesson in every Platform, A Grade in every Place

This is no longer the days of create-everything-from-scratch with some scissors, tape, and a copy machine. Multiple websites promise to be your educational platform and grading program of choice. There are seemingly limitless resources out there for educators to access… seemingly.. endless…. Continue Reading →

3 Ways Technology is Reshaping the Classroom

More than an acceleration of the pace of education, more than the expansion of content to teach, your classroom is being reshaped in new ways. Technology is reshaping what your classroom is right now. Veteran teachers can tell you classrooms are… Continue Reading →

How #EdTech Impacts Your Calendar

With the proliferation of #edtech products comes an unexpected squeeze, not on your wallet as much as on your schedule. You may want to consider the full cost of #edtech to your school or district at purchase or renewal. That… Continue Reading →

Nothing Personal, Love Technology

Have you ever noticed how people take technology failures so personally? However, technology does exactly what is is told. So what are you telling it to do? And what makes you think this is personal? Do you often get results you… Continue Reading →

Three Things about SAMR

Recently I listened to SAMR described in a new way which changed my opinion of its immediate usefulness with educators. When you view popular SAMR graphics you may consider your lesson planning process, how you cannot move all your lessons “up the ladder”… Continue Reading →

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