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Tag Web2.0

Your New #EdTech Diet

Whatever your politics, it is shocking that immediately after the huge teacher-win of shifted face-to-face teaching and learning to emergency remote learning in mere days that teachers will be furloughed to meet state budgets. And yet, here we are. And… Continue Reading →

Podcasts for the Times: #RemoteLearning

Home Work: Life Balance You may have started to settle into a pattern with your #RemoteLearning schedule. I enjoy less commuting, more time for real meals, and my own children being with me all day. I know they are looking… Continue Reading →

Narrative Assessments

Maybe it is because we have so many of our students being educated by parents, siblings, non-educators, but the time to bring back narrative assessments might be now. I am also not sure who should author them. Teachers can describe… Continue Reading →

School-From-Home with Your Children

Extraordinary circumstances are culminating in an extended period of time for students to be out of school.  Parents are now forced into a role they may not have the expertise to feel confident in and students are confused by the… Continue Reading →

Teacher Holiday Gifts

Don’t forget the Teacher’s Holiday Gifts! Teachers really don’t expect anything, but save them from only receiving coffee mugs and fudge with fingerprints on it.  Show them appreciation through simple gifts that show you were thinking of them – before… Continue Reading →

You Need A Big Idea

Educational Technology is a big business. And every vendor wants to sell you. It is your job to keep in mind the guiding principles of your organization (classroom, school, district) – not the job of the #edtech vendor to only… Continue Reading →

Teachers of Instagram

We are probably very similar, teachers usually are. We care about kids. We show that in different ways, but we all care. Together we offer a myriad of ways for students to learn. We help families explore how each child learns… Continue Reading →

Should Educators Care about their Alexa Ranking?

Should educators care about the ranking that Alexa, an Amazon company, assigns them? I feel like you already know the answer to this, yes. Yes, you should care. Especially educators who want to promote the materials or services they sell on… Continue Reading →

Should Alexa be in Schools?

As I was writing a post for educators selling materials and/or services online I realized the question of if smart speakers like Alexa should even be in schools was a big deal. I broke this information into its own blog… Continue Reading →

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