Author: By Guest Blogger Monica Burns March 11,2014
Author: By Guest Blogger Nancy White March 11,2014Author: By Shelly Terrell March 11,2014
You don’t need a piano to bring music into your classroom thanks to this impressive app.
Author: By Patrick Larkin March 10,2014
One of the first steps is to make sure our physical and virtual classrooms become active communities, in which students learn from each other and support each other.
Author: By Lisa Nielsen March 10,2014
A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom
Author: By J. Robinson March 10,2014
Twitter and Remind 101 are two of the most popular free services available to text parents. But how do you know which one is best for you?
Author: By Diego Macias March 8,2014
With OpenED, educators can create a course for free.
Author: By Chris Lehmann March 7,2014
High school student Diego Macias shares the rules he thinks educators need to know in order to successfully educate 21st century learners like himself.
Author: By Terry Freedman March 7,2014
I wanted this group to challenge the folks in the room to think about how the idea would work in their worlds
Author: By Shelly Terrell March 7,2014
There are some exciting opportunities here: don’t miss them!
In the past 4 years I’ve organized many free incredible professional development events with the help of my PLN