The availability of EdTech tools has transformed the teaching profession and has offered the possibility for our students to do amazing things! Check out this guest post by Ethan Miller concerning the various ways to teach English Literature in the 21st-century classroom. The biggest challenge for every teacher is to transform a rather dry, uninspiring subject into something engaging and ... Read More about Teaching English Literature in the Age of EdTech – Guest Post
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Hello, friends! I'm extremely interested in leveraging the power of Augmented Reality in the classroom, after learning about it at RCET earlier this year. I hope you enjoy this guest post about great Augmented Reality apps for your classroom by Steven Wesley! Technology is predominant in every aspect of our lives. Can you imagine living without the TV, computer, tablet, smartphone, eReader, ... Read More about 5 Great Augmented Reality Apps for the Classroom – Guest Post
In case you haven't noticed, I'm a bit of a fan of Google Chrome Extensions. Just a little bit. ;) Google Chrome Extensions are fabulous, and I have to share the 3rd installment of Chrome Extension awesomeness! Nearpodize I LOVE Nearpod! It's probably my favorite "new to me" tool of the year. If you're like me, most of your "lecture" presentations are in Google Slides form. The Nearpodize ... Read More about A Techy Teacher’s Toolbox: MORE Fabulous Chrome Extensions!
About a month ago, I was contacted by Stile, an EdTech company out of Australia. They presented their super cool lesson builder, and asked if I would give it a try. I did. My thoughts? Holy moly. This tool is AH-MAZING! Stile allows teachers to build interactive lessons with a simple drag-and-drop feature. Are you a flipped teacher? Easily add a video from YouTube, Vimeo, or your ... Read More about Stile: A Great Interactive Lesson Tool
It's no secret that formative assessment is vitally important to any classroom. How can we know what to teach or review with our students if we don't know what our students know? Do you know what I mean? :) As a flipped teacher, I am always looking for tools that can quickly, easily, and effectively help me formatively assess student learning. Did they understand the content from the ... Read More about How to Use Formative to Assess Student Learning