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1 3 Reasons Why Robotics Promotes a Culture of Creativity in the Classroom (opens in new tab)
Robotics challenges students to think in new ways about creativity, problem solving, and risk-taking.

2 Help Your Students Fact-Check the Web Like Professionals (opens in new tab)
Help students stand up to falsehood on the Web with tips, resources, and practical advice for finding credible information online.

3 Calling All Coders (opens in new tab)
Learn how four different schools are showing students how coding ties into nearly everything we do.

4 Need to Write a Recommendation? Use This (opens in new tab)
Implement this useful strategy and avoid feeling overwhelmed by recommendation requests.

5 5 Lessons from a YouTube Expert (opens in new tab)
A media class gains helpful insights on creativity, perseverance, and 21stcentury careers.

6 Google’s AutoDraw: Creation Made Easier (opens in new tab)
AutoDraw pairs machine learning with drawings from talented artists to help everyone create anything visual, fast.

7 Measuring Student Progress (opens in new tab)
Discover how formative assessment can help drive instruction, as well as top tools for assessment in reading, ELL, and more.

8 Acer Chromebook 11 N7 C731T (opens in new tab)
Find out how the C731T, which meets military equipment standards and was built for education, integrates into the classroom.

9 What’s New: New Tools for Schools (opens in new tab)
Stay up to date with the newest, most useful, and innovative software and online tools.

10 An Education Technology Coordinator’s Spring Cleaning Checklist (opens in new tab)
Use this list to clean up inside (run backups and virus scans) and out (inventory, clean, and charge equipment).