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Teaching & Technology Tweet Wrap for w/e 12-31-16

January 1, 2017

Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. As we close out the year for 2016 and jump into 2017 with renewed hopes, here is a short selection of resources, articles, and other items of interest that were shared […]

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5 Simple Techniques to Help Your Students Learn More Effectively

December 28, 2016

These Tips can Help Students Learn Faster and Retain More Student achievement and accountability mandates through high stakes testing have caused educators to analyze teaching and learning strategies to better support young scholars. Examining and implementing the most successful strategies for students will enable to develop them into a productive 21st century worker. Teachers have had […]

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How Technology Helped Reluctant Students Learn to Embrace Reading

December 27, 2016

Learn how this Teacher Used the EPIC! Reader App to Get Challenged Students on Board with Reading For years, educators have heard how technology was going to change teaching. But for most teachers, the tech-driven differences have not opened a new window on teaching – they are more like window dressing. There’s no dispute that […]

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EdTech Tweet Wrap for the Week Ending 12/24/16 (Happy Holidays Everyone!)

December 26, 2016

Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. Well, I’m exhausted from days of prep to host my wife’s family on Christmas Day. We had dozens of loved ones together in our home, shared a delicious feast, and a […]

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3 Key Technology Macro Trends Impacting Education Over the Coming 5 Years

December 21, 2016

Is Your School, Your District (and Your Country) Ahead of the Curve, or Falling Behind? We all know that schools are integrating more and more technology into the learning experience and that this shift continues to expand. Most schools still have plenty of room for improvement when it comes to meaningful uses of technology, and […]

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Tips for Shooting High Quality Educational Videos at Home

December 20, 2016

If you Want to Kick up Your Educational Videos a Notch, Here are Some Tips That can Help A good part of my job has to do with helping college professors incorporate flipped learning into their daily teaching routines. This might be rather challenging at times, but I just go the extra mile explaining how […]

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10 Fresh Administrative Tools to Help Principals Lead the Way

December 19, 2016

Tools to Help Empower Top-Down Leadership Principals are not only managers but leaders who change their schools and guide them to better teaching and learning. Our responsibilities as leaders have many critical ones, including managing people, processes, and data, creating a suitable environment for teaching and shaping a vision of academic success for all students. […]

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Teaching and Tech’ing Tweet Wrap for the Week Ending 12-17-16

December 18, 2016

Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers. This week … has your school reached an ed tech plateau? Check out the article at the bottom of this list for some tips on how to “move the needle”. George […]

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Introducing the “Flipped Educator Spotlight” from FlippedLearning.org

December 13, 2016

The Original, Non-Profit Hub for the Flipped Learning Community Introduces a new Video Series Spotlighting the work of Flipped Educators. As I announced here, over this last summer I assumed the role of Community Administrator for the Flipped Learning Network. This is an exciting new phase in what has been a pretty awesme personal journey. I […]

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Students! Why Proofreading is the Most Important Thing for Your Scholarship

December 12, 2016

Proofreading can Help To Improve any Writing Effort I clearly see the impact of NOT proofreading in the courses I teach. Why are so many students so reluctant to grasp the importance and need for this simple idea? I welcome this guest post on the topic! While it focuses on scholarship essays, the techniques and tools […]

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