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Celebrate Old and New Friends! 2017 Must-Read #EdTech Blogs! @EdTech_K12

Wow, how tremendous to see so many Texans featured in The 2017 Honor Roll: EdTech’s Must-Read K–12 IT Blogs article by Meghan Bogardus Cortez (@megbcortez)! Now, there are a lot of awesome folks on the list of 50, but I have to stop a moment and celebrate the fact that there are two Texas organization blogs (e.g. Show More Summary

Change.School

The first couple of months of this year, I’ve been focused on two things. First, watching my kid play his senior year of high school basketball, which has been just awesome. (State Champs!) But a close second has been my resolve to do what I can to raise the level of the conversation around change […] The post Change.School appeared first on Will Richardson.

Three Questions

I say a lot of things on Twitter. Most tweets get very little attention and rightly so. Occasionally I manage a lucid thought that seems to resonate more than I anticipated. Sunday I tweeted: My final assessment requires students toShow More Summary

Kid-Friendly Platform for Creating Digital Books

Easy to use platform is great artistic tool, intro to digital creation

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-03-19

iTunes’ Terms And Conditions Turned Into A Satirical Graphic Novel “Terms and Conditions: A Graphic Novel” is the word-for-word 94-page adaptation which puts Steve Jobs at the centerstage as he recites the legal agreement. Every page...Show More Summary

Active Reading Enabled With Top eReading Platform

An easy-to-use tool with excellent Common Core-aligned lessons built right in.

Stir the Depths: Writing and Thinking

Image Source In this EdWeek article, the author (Marva Hinton) begins with the following quote from Mighty Writers Mission web page:To write with clarity, you have to think clearly first.My opening line to the article would have been...Show More Summary

Wiki-Style Communication Tool Supports Critical Thinking

Encourage collaborative, student-centered learning with this useful platform

An Update on Using Tech to Support Formative Assessment

Back in September, I posted about how my math exit slip process had evolved over time, becoming more effective through the use of technology. My system has taken another term, which has made it easier for everyone involved. The process I was using in September used the Formative.com website.  That website has many features I […]

How to Incorporate Digital Learning for Increased Student Success

Blended learning is driving student success in schools across the U.S., and education leaders in school districts far and wide are taking notice of the results. Blended learning combines online learn..

Texas Virtual School Network #Grant

Note: This blog entry originally published at TCEA.org/blog Are you a public rural school or open-enrollment charter? Then you may want to review the eligibility requirements for a new Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) grant. TheShow More Summary

4 Tips for Discovering Cloud Service Outages

Wait, you didn't know your favorite cloud service was down? While many of us rely on a negative experience to clue us in that our beloved cloud service is down, there are other approaches we can take to find out. Image Source Approach...Show More Summary

Worlds Best Apartment Viewing Checklist

If you are searching for an apartment, a condo or home to rent, you might find it useful to use a checklist while viewing units. I combed a bunch of apartment hunting sites like Zillow, All State, and Apartment Guide.com to find out what to look for when viewing condos. Then I combined the information […]

Electric Sky: Vernal Equinox

This interactive site provides a great explanation of the vernal (spring) equinox celebrated March 20th.

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