Lesson design isn't the same as lesson planning. David has some easy ways to add spark to any lesson, whether your students are English learners or fluent speakers.
You’re not teaching video editing; you are teaching storytelling.
Jonathon Lee shares several different ways teachers can get started with coding that will work on any platform.
Jeff Faust explains how students made big gains in literacy when they began using Read & Write for Google.
Think it's too expensive to have a makerspace in your classroom? Think again! And yes, we know the links to subscribe and see the other episodes come up after Nancy points to them, but they are totally worth the wait!
Looking for a fun and easy way to collaborate with others around the globe? PicForward is it!
Kim Bass tells us about the progression of coding in her k-8 district.
Ro and Mo, AKA the Tech Fairies, know that everyone is a teacher and everyone is a learner, and they believe in the power of relationships.
John Miller walks us through the power of using games in the classroom.
We were out in the field at the National CUE Conference and recorded interviews with YOU about your #CUE17 experiences. Apparently we need to push for a coffee upgrade at next year's conference.
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