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5 Collaboration Tools Teachers Shouldn't Live Without

by Stacey Ryan

Featured in edtech digest on November 2, 2017

Connected educator month just happened, but in reality, the connecting never ends. A 7th-grade math educator shares the tools she uses to stay connected with fellow educators, experts, and her students.

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5 Collaboration Tools Teachers Shouldn't Live Without

THE Journal - 2017 Readers' Choice Awards

THE Journal's 2017 Readers' Choice Awards are here!  Lightspeed was honored with the Platinum Award for Favorite Classroom Audio Distribution/Sound Enhancement System.


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THE Journal - 2017 Readers' Choice Awards

A Pennsylvania Elementary School Work to Eliminate the Fear of Public Speaking

When teaching the 21st-century skill of communication, many schools focus on reading and writing, but spoken communication is just as important to students’ success in school and in life. Glossophobia, the fear of public speaking, affects 75% of our population. In some cases, this fear has the power to keep students—or educators—from achieving their goals.

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A Pennsylvania Elementary School Work to Eliminate the Fear of Public Speaking

Building A Makerspace on a Budget in 6 Easy Steps

By Robin Glugatch

The essential part of establishing a makerspace is instilling a "maker mindset" with the students and staff. In 2015, I attended a makerspace-focused workshop. Upon my return, I suggested devoting half our library to the makerspace, and our administration didn’t bat an eye.

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Building A Makerspace on a Budget in 6 Easy Steps

Math Teacher: These are "My Tech Essentials" for formative assessments

Previously featured on eSchool News:

Part of preparing students for the real world is teaching them to collaborate and problem-solve while working with others in small groups.  A seventh-grade math educator shares the tools she uses for student assessments in small groups.

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Math Teacher:  These are "My Tech Essentials" for formative assessments