Kids are using devices earlier and earlier, so digital citizenship education needs to start as soon as our students come to school. Susan Stewart explains how to do it.
Chris McGee & Glenn Barnes share how they are disrupting professional learning by making it more accessible to all, and they invite everyone to EdcampSTL in Saint Louis next February.
Ari shares with us some of the ways in which she is able to keep a healthy work/life balance. Hint: it's not always going to be 50/50. Look at the bigger picture: week or month.
Micah Shippee is excited about augmented reality and he thinks you should be, too. We had a few audio difficulties at the beginning of this podcast, but we thought the content was too good not to share it with you.
No one eats alone on Ashley Cooper's watch
Katherine Goyette explains why listening and speaking is important for all students and how tech can promote effective listening and purposeful speaking.
Sam Patterson explains toy hacking and why and how you should do it to teach robotics.
We take a few minutes to talk about the power of music in the classroom.
It's easy to spark inquiry in your classroom. Just ask Chris.
Putting the students in the driver's seat by giving them creative options will cause them to up their game.
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