EdTechTeacher Interview with Seesaw Ambassador Cara Pavek

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Many teachers innately understand that technology should functionally improve students’ learning experiences in order to be considered worthwhile.  Conversely, some teachers struggle to discover authentic ways to utilize technology in the elementary classroom. Over the past few years, we have discovered that teachers adapt faster to Seesaw the Learning Journal than many other apps, and […]

Three Ways to Differentiate the Writing Process with Google Docs

Three Ways to Differentiate the Writing Process with Google Docs

By Avra Robinson & Rosey McQuillan for more from Avra and Rosey follow them on Twitter: @avrarachel & @romcquill Differentiating instruction gives students multiple options for taking in information, for making sense of ideas, and for expressing what they learn. In other words, a differentiated classroom provides different avenues for students to acquire content, process ideas, and […]

Real Change From Within, Not From Above

Real Change From Within, Not From Above

The following post is an excerpt from EdTechTeacher CEO, Tom Daccord’s new blog: tomdaccord.com. Lately, I’ve been reading Peter Block’s The Answer to How is Yes and Robert Evans’ The Human Side of School Change. While Block’s musings are mostly philosophical and Evans’ primarily psychological, both authors address an essential and compelling question that befuddles administrators everywhere: How […]