Before you send a grant proposal, asking these questions can help ensure its success
Common Curriculum is a superb way to lesson plan digitally with helpful data feedback to make improvements.
Holding ESOL students to high standards while providing them with a culturally responsive education is crucial.
Despite its challenges, remote learning has changed in-person learning for the better, says one Kansas City educator.
Discord, despite the name, brings students together in online chat spaces for safe and open discussion
This Google Earth lesson plan is designed to provide educators with an avenue for integrating the edtech tool into their instruction
A recent online summit brought students together to teach educators to promote equity in part by listening to their students.
Chronicle Cloud is a teacher focused note taking app that can help with student assessment and learning.
Creating accessible websites allows educators to connect with students, parents, families, and the widest possible audience
Many educators are still only using the basic Zoom features despite new upgrades to the video conferencing software.
The Google Certified Educator program offers the chance for teachers to gain practical pd while earning a badge to demonstrate their edtech expertise
A free tool for educators, GoNoodle is designed to help keep students moving and active while at school.
When crafting a grant proposal, asking yourself the right questions during the process can help improve your chance of success
Educators can get a free subscription to the meditation app Headspace. Here are some ways they can use the tool.