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There are powerful ways that educators can leverage digital technologies and resources to help support families.

EdTechTeacher is so thrilled to welcome Dr. Catherine Atkinson to our team of summer instructors. Catherine Atkinson is an experienced classroom teacher, curriculum designer, presenter, and technology coach. She taught history/social […]

I am happy to announce that I have sold EdTechTeacher Inc. to Tom Driscoll, who has now assumed the role of EdTechTeacher CEO. Tom is the consummate professional, a person […]

EdTechTeacher is so thrilled to welcome Dr. Catherine Atkinson to our team of summer instructors. Catherine Atkinson is an experienced classroom teacher, curriculum designer, presenter, and technology coach. She taught history/social […]

EdTechTeacher is so thrilled to welcome Jed Stefanowicz to our team of summer instructors. Jed Stefanowicz is a Digital Learning Coach in Walpole, MA, providing job-embedded professional learning and coaching for […]

EdTechTeacher is so thrilled to welcome Dr. Rayna Freedman to our team of summer instructors. Rayna is a 5th grade teacher at the Jordan/Jackson Elementary School in Mansfield, MA. She […]

Station Rotations are one of the most effective classroom strategies that educators can integrate into their practice to support personalized, differentiated, and high-quality student learning.  According to the research from […]

Google Sheets offers a variety of options for designing learning experiences that facilitate the monitoring of student progress, as well as opportunities for giving timely and effective feedback.

As educators, we are always working to discover ways to support the vast learner variability in our classrooms. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework focused on responding to learner diversity by designing flexible pathways to engage, represent, and express knowledge.

Guest Blogs

Ever been interested in Japan? Well, Japan is interested in you! Well, more specifically, your classroom. LoiLoNote School is a cloud-based classroom support system, based in Japan, looking to help schools from all over. In the pursuit of augmenting human potential and improving education worldwide, we’ve found that traditional education methods are not enough to foster active learning, in an increasingly digital world, especially when they involve unilateral lectures for students without providing them the opportunity to apply their own knowledge or collaborate effectively. The benefits of active learning are wide-reaching across cognitive, ethical, and social competence, which bleeds into culture, knowledge, and experience to form more well-rounded, confident individuals. As we considered the best ways to access these benefits, our educational software came into fruition and has continued to be developed ever since.

We’ll look at five EdTech organizations that give the kids unique educational experiences and one that focuses on assisting teachers. 

Use screencast videos to create unique EdTech materials for your students. Learn how you can make an excellent educational video using screencast software.

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