Twitter 101 for Educators – Getting Started

Posted by Erin Whalen Are you an educator who strives to be better each day? The type of teacher who is always seeking new ideas? Maybe you’re the only teacher in your school for your grade level or content area and need colleagues beyond those four walls? Enter...

Adding Attachments to Google Calendar Events

Posted by Erin Whalen One of my favorite features of Google Calendar (of which there are many – I love Google Calendar!) is the ability to add attachments to an event. This is helpful for my own organization and efficiency but especially helpful for events with...

Self-Paced Coding Lessons with Grasshopper

Learn to Code with Grasshopper New to coding? Not sure where to start? The Grasshopper app, available on Apple’s App Store and on Google Play, teaches JavaScript through self-paced lessons and practice. Lessons The app guides you through progressive lessons that...

The Key to Close Reading

A Guest Post by Barton Keeler I am not an expert in close reading but have tried a variety of methods and approaches.  What I discovered is that when I have a great essential question everything goes well – kids are engaged, they’re diving deep and thinking...

The Chromebook Infused Classroom

An Online Course by Holly Clark Do you have Chromebooks? Or is your school going 1:1 next year? Then this is for you! The Chromebook Infused Classroom Online Course – has opened the doors for pre-orders until May 8th or when all seats are sold. Find out more...

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