Educational technology teaching tips galore! Includes ideas for lesson plans, integrating tech into your classroom curriculum, hacks for saving tech time…
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Virtual Learning Lesson Plans Bundles!
I remember when I first started teaching and how I felt like I was drowning at the beginning of the school year. Drowning in paperwork. Drowning in meeting and new curriculum. Drowning in trying to get my classroom set up every day after school only to be told something different had to change by the ... Read More about If You’re Ready to Take Back Control of Your Virtual Back to School Schedule…
Storing Technology Tablets in the Classroom in 3 Easy Steps
If you suddenly find yourself presented with a technology gift of tablets in the classroom, no need to panic about storage solutions. It's as easy as 1-2-3! #edtech #supplyorganization
How to Make Images for Google Keep Notes with Spark Post - Class Tech Tips
How do you stay organized? There are lots of strategies for online notetaking and to-do lists. One of my favorites is Google Keep. In this blog post, I’ll take you through a favorite combo using Adobe Spark Post to make images for Google Keep. #Organize #Teaching #Learning #EdTech
3 Things to Learn Over the Summer to Be Better at Distance or Blended Learning
Like it or not, blended learning is here to stay. Today, virtual trainer and Class Tech Tips guru Monica Burns talks about what we need to be learning over the summer so we can be healthier and more successful in the fall no matter what we face. #EdTech #BlendedLearning #Teaching #Educators
Distance Learning Essentials
Teacher tips for distance learning or e-learning. I teach elementary level and these are some tips I have found work for running my classroom through Google Classroom, as well as other e-learning environments. Engaging resources that are paperless and interactive for your students! No headache for parents!
Quick Tips for Microsoft Distance Learning Tools - Class Tech Tips
Educators across the world are tackling unprecedented challenges. And the concept of distance learning has come to the forefront of our conversations. If you already use Microsoft products with your students or are looking to dive in deeper, I’ve put together some resources and quick tips for using Microsoft distance learning tools. #sponsored #edtech #distancelearning
12 Clickworthy Sight Word Apps Kids Can't Resist
Looking for a way to help kids learn sight words? You will want to download these sight word apps on your device. Kids can't resist these interactive and fun sight words apps that are perfect for learning to read. Includes teacher tips for using apps in the classroom. #sightwords #sightwordapps #sightwordactivities
DIY Student Computer Password Cards
Have a separate reference card for each student so they never struggle with remembering website password again (and don't need you to spend time away from your small group to help them log in). See how to make your own custom cards here =>
7 3D Printing Lessons for Teachers - Class Tech Tips
Love this! So many cool 3D printing lessons for teachers. If you're looking for inspiration Thingiverse is full of fantastic resources for educators including 3D printing lessons for a range of classrooms.
How to Create Engaging Videos with a Favorite Combo - Class Tech Tips
Do you like to combine the very best of your favorite apps? I know I do! The year has been off to a great start, including lots of time in classrooms working with students and teachers. I love seeing creation tools in action, and in the past few months, I’ve sat side-by-side with elementary and middle school students as they’ve created all sorts of engaging videos. #EdTech #Teaching #StudentCreators
Origami Unplugged Coding Activity
Origami is a great introduction to the basic concepts of coding. In this unplugged coding tutorial we will review basic coding concepts like sequences, decomposition, algorithms and debugging to help your students understand coding fundamentals. Origami is a fun activity that can easily incorporate computational thinking skills in the classroom or at home. #coding #codingunplugged
Custom Classroom Creations All-Access Pass
Want to learn how to create digital printable worksheets and classroom decor? It's basically just digital scrapbooking for teachers! Grab our Custom Classroom Creations All-Access Pass to get ALL our current and future workshops for one price! See all the projects here =>
DIY Custom Computer Backgrounds
Is your computer screen filled with folders, icons, and file thumbnails with no apparent organization? Make a custom background to get it all organized so you find what you are looking for in a snap. Works like a charm for student computers too!
Building Classroom Community for Distance Learning with Elementary Students
Distance learning is the new reality in elementary schools around the world. Find easy tips to help build classroom community while using distance learning. You will find ideas and activities to help kindergarten, first grade and 2nd grade students ease into the new teaching and learning format. Ideas are included for both high tech and low tech options to stay connected with your elementary students. #DistanceLearning #ClassroomCommunity
Things You Need to Know About Kahoot’s Summer Update
Kahoot gives teachers an opportunity to set up their own quizzes. After quickly sharing a special code with students, they can join in from their own device or a shared device to answer quiz questions. #classtechtips #Kahoot #funeducationideas #funtechnologyideas #edtechtools
How to Use Emojis with Students - Class Tech Tips
Do you use emojis in your classroom? I had so much fun teaming up with the folks at Book Creator to put together a new and totally free resource all about how to use emojis with students. If you’ve been a bit curious about whether emojis have an educational purpose… well, I have you covered! #Sponsored #Emoji #Teaching
Classroom Technology Book
Need some new ideas for simple routines in your classroom? This 181 page digital book has you covered! Includes 29 ad-free articles from Organized Classroom, including topics such as: Digital Organization Time Saving Teacher Apps Solutions for Creating a Classroom Website Step by Step Directions for Creating Labels Technology Storage Solutions How to Make Custom Sticky Notes Using Whiteboard Resources Without a Whiteboard Student Engagement Tech Options …and more! See a few sample pages here
2-in-1 Technology Organization Option
Now that you have a classroom full of 2-in-1 devices, you are left to figure out how in the world you will get them organized so that they are passed out and returned in a neat and orderly manner. Having the piece of mind that the technology is being taken care of properly so it lasts longer is very important for classroom teachers.
Custom Organized Computer Desktops
Teacher truth time! Are your classroom computers in need of a computer desktop organizer? As in, are the icons and shortcuts placed haphazardly all over the screen in no particular order? Even worse: Are they randomly there and not even grouped in a grid formation? It’s ok. I’ve been there too. Check out this free idea for an alternative to allowing your students to waste precious minutes trying to find out where they should be logging in and getting started on the day’s online activity.