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Week 1 #8weeksofsummer Blog Prompt

Welcome to the 2019 #8weeksofsummer blog challenge! All educators are welcome to participate and reflect on their practice this #8weeksofsummer – a break for reflection and connection. #8weeksofsummer :: Week 1 Blog Prompt :: #ETCoaches #BloggingBuddies #TECHtalkGA #TeacherBlogger #edchat Click… Continue Reading →

Join the #8weeksofsummer Blogging Challenge

We aren’t fans of non-educators giving the seemingly obligatory line about summer …work…pay…yadda, yadda… and while we know it isn’t true, it still stings. We know that educators are always learning, thinking about how to better teach, and investigating new… Continue Reading →

Promote Yourself as a Teacher!

Recently we hosted our third annual Northeast Georgie EdCamp. Fresh on my mind, a couple of friends who are making their way into an entrepreneurial version of their teacher persona. So one of the sessions we offered was “How &… Continue Reading →

Join an #edtech Professional Organization

Some #edtech educators belong to professional organizations, is it right for you? A professional organization can lead to authority in a field as a thought leader, volunteer opportunities to contribute back to the larger #edtech community or help you make… Continue Reading →

Summer 2019 Teacher Reads 📚

The summer focus is on Blended Learning. I have sent many of the teachers I work with home with these books this school year, I have just purchased one and love it, and I have one on here I just… Continue Reading →

Differentiation in Training

I have been asked to differentiate face-to-face training before and struggled with it. Now, teaching I differentiated all the time for my students… I was embarrassed that I could not differentiate that training, but half of what I was imparting… Continue Reading →

3 Ways to Move Instruction Online

When face-to-face educators try to imagine online education they are immediately challenged. Face-to-face educators major in compliance and attendance. When planning lessons they structure based on the amount of time budgeted to teaching a concept. They fit assessments into semesters,… Continue Reading →

Gift Idea: #edtech Teachers love Books!

Teachers just love to learn. And just because we are interested in gadgets, online learning, and technical solutions, do not make the mistake of thinking we don’t love a good book! Right now I am deep into Blended Learning. I have… Continue Reading →

Sharing Blended Learning Strategies

The two bookends of my job are the technical integration/maintenance of our Learning Management System (LMS) and educating others on Blended Learning. That’s a wide spectrum, and often I do more of the former than the latter. But I think… Continue Reading →

Tech Integration vs. Blended Learning :: Does it Really Matter?

If educators have been so confused, for so long, about the difference between technology integration and Blended Learning, does it matter? Maybe these terms mean the same thing or so close that the difference isn’t important? Spoiler Alert: It Matters… Continue Reading →

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