Meet the TeamIn addition to our core team located in New England, we work with talented instructors from across the country. Our group has experience teaching grades K-12, and working with independent as well as public schools. Learn more about who we are and what we do.

Meet the Team

In addition to our core team located in New England, we work with talented instructors from across the country. Our group has experience teaching grades K-12, and working with independent as well as public schools. Learn more about who we are and what we do.

Learning Futures SummitCome join us for a NEW type of conference! July 28-30, 2014, at Chicago's Navy Pier, EdTechTeacher will bring together educators from around the world for three days of workshops and conference sessions dedicated to exploring the future of learning. Early Bird Registration and a Call for Proposals are open.

Learning Futures Summit

Come join us for a NEW type of conference! July 28-30, 2014, at Chicago's Navy Pier, EdTechTeacher will bring together educators from around the world for three days of workshops and conference sessions dedicated to exploring the future of learning. Early Bird Registration and a Call for Proposals are open.

2014 Summer Workshop SeriesOur 12th annual Summer Workshop Series spans 6 cities across the United States. From iPads and BYOD, to Flipped Classroom and Google Chromebooks, to Teaching History and Teaching Elementary Grades, we have an amazing line-up of workshops. Visit our Summer Workshops web site for more information.

2014 Summer Workshop Series

Our 12th annual Summer Workshop Series spans 6 cities across the United States. From iPads and BYOD, to Flipped Classroom and Google Chromebooks, to Teaching History and Teaching Elementary Grades, we have an amazing line-up of workshops. Visit our Summer Workshops web site for more information.

2014 iPad Summit BostonWe will host our 5th iPad Summit this November in Boston. A Call for Proposals and additional details will be announced later in the spring. Please sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Twitter for updates.

2014 iPad Summit Boston

We will host our 5th iPad Summit this November in Boston. A Call for Proposals and additional details will be announced later in the spring. Please sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Twitter for updates.

Professional Development ServicesWhether you bring us to your school or district for one or two days, or work with us for an entire school year through our Teaching for the 21st Century (T21) Program, our hands-on workshops give teachers the opportunity to develop their technology integration skills with the coaching and support of educators who have extensive experience teaching with technology.

Professional Development Services

Whether you bring us to your school or district for one or two days, or work with us for an entire school year through our Teaching for the 21st Century (T21) Program, our hands-on workshops give teachers the opportunity to develop their technology integration skills with the coaching and support of educators who have extensive experience teaching with technology.

Innovative Lesson Plans with Media

Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. We understand that and have brought together some technology integration projects and activities that engendered student creativity and empowerment. Each one incorporates a different type of multimedia.

  • "Great Debate of 2008" Tom created a wiki and a private online social network for the "Great Debate of 2008" project, a student exploration and discussion of issues and candidates surrounding the 2008 presidential election. The project connected students around the country in a wiki and a private online social network to share information and ideas related to the election. Students posted information on campaign issues to the wiki and partook in online discussions and surveys with other students in the private online social network.
  • Math Mov!es Trailers This is a creative and lively student-produced website that employs humorous student-created videos to motivate and engage students in the study of mathematics. Kids gain a deeper understanding of how mathematics is part of our daily life through topical and enjoyable stories.
  • Student News Action Network This student-produced current events journal features contributions from around the world and is led by five student-bureaus: The American School of Doha, Bishops Diocesan College, International School Bangkok, International School of Luxembourg, and Washington International School. The students have cleverly adopted the free Ning platform, and far-flung students work collaboratively to create an interactive, multimedia-rich, and student-driven online newspaper.
  • Who am I? Middle school students create brief but lively presentations about themselves that touch upon genealogy and family history. In this creative self-expression project, students mesh art, writing, and storytelling, to communicate their stories.
  • Henry IV This high school wiki features creative student-produced content, including a "Henry IV rap," a "Henry IV" poem, a radio show, movies, charts, a slideshow, and more. Students provide a much information about the Shakespearean world and do so in an engaging way that addresses varied learning styles.
  • Extreme Biology This middle school science blog provides students with an opportunity to showcase their scientific knowledge and interests. The blog stories are student produced, and it appears that the entire class is having lots of fun while learning a lot!
  • The Flat Classroom Project The award-winning Flat Classroom project brings together high school and middle school students from around the world to explore the ideas presented in Thomas Friedman’s book The World is Flat. These collaborative projects harness the most powerful Web 2.0 tools available, including wikis, online social networks, digital storytelling, podcasts, social bookmarking, and more.
  • Lead Portal -- Bringing out the Leader in You! This award winning and student created website allows youths to explore various leadership theories and features interviews, activities and assessment tools.
  • Mrs. Yollis’s Classroom blog Mrs. Yollis is a third grade teacher who incorporates images, interactive multimedia, and student-produced content to create a lively, informative, and engaging classroom blog.

Spring Webinars

We have an incredible line-up of FREE, live webinars for spring.

  • 4/8 - All Things Google!
  • 4/15 - Leading Change in 1:1 Classrooms
  • 4/24 - Technology in Humanities Classrooms
  • 4/29 - Games Are Good for You!
  • 5/6 - Creation and Collaboration Tools for the BYOD Classroom

>>Registration is Open!