STEM is a culture that can happen in all classes, all grade levels.
Why is it that we constantly stress the need to differentiate learning for our students, but bundle all teachers into the same learning environment?
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Osmo is a unique gaming accessory for the iPad that comes with games that will change the way your child plays.
Citelighter is an easy-to-use academic research tool that provides an organizational framework for writing your papers.
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A 4th grade classroom paired with a kindergarten class to have buddy time, get to know each other, and learn a new tool.
Digital Citizenship Week is all about teaching kids how to think critically, be safe, and make smart and responsible decisions when using digital media.
The National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) provides a variety of fun free apps and other resources for teachers to use in the classroom.
Unlike “using” technology, which can seem more like an arbitrary afterthought, integrating technology can be a planned, purposeful part of the classroom environment.
I had the great opportunity to participate in the podcast The House of EdTech with Chris Nesi this past weekend.