EdTech Refresh

Danae AckerBlog, Differentiate Better, Innovate Better, Lesson Plan Better, Tech Better

TL;DR: Spring is a great time to think about ways to refresh your classroom. Consider using Google Forms to help with grading. Google Sites can be used to create a testing hub. Flipgrid is a great way to see what students know. Danae joined Rae on the Daily Drop In to talk about tech resources to refresh your teaching. Click … Read More

Expanding Learning with Technology

Ashley HaynesBlog, Innovate Better, Tech Better

TL;DR: In March of 2020, we launched into a world of technology. Do you use technology to allow students to access their learning or to expand it? Discover tools to help you further integrate technology into your classroom such as Canva, Apple Learning Guides, Tinkercad, Google Suite Apps, and Flipgrid. Ashley joined Rae on the Daily Drop In to talk … Read More

Using Tech & Social Media to Teach Business Skills

Sebastian SandersBlog, Differentiate Better, Engage Better, Tech Better

TL;DR: How do educators include technology in their lessons in a natural way? Brainstorm the various ways you can use technology within the classroom. Technology For young people, technology has become more entrenched in their everyday lives. How do educators adapt and transform their teaching style in 2022? Years ago, a traditional classroom consisted of textbooks, library books, and maybe … Read More

Vision Board 2.0

Karen EvansBlog, Connect Better, Innovate Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Teach Better editors get to read and learn from posts before they’re even published. A recent post from Dr. Martinez discusses using vision boards to help achieve goals in 2022. Consider creating an electronic vision board, such as using a photo watch face on your Apple Watch, to inspire you each and every time you check the watch. Life … Read More

Tech & Transformation | Episode 27 with Debbie Tannenbaum

Brad HughesBlog, Good News Brad News Podcast

Debbie Tannenbaum is a School Based Technology Specialist in Fairfax County, Virginia. Debbie loves learning and helping students and teachers use technology as a creative tool to activate and amplify student learning. Debbie has always loved using technology. She has a Masters in Educational Technology from Johns Hopkins University (2002). Before becoming a Technology Specialist, Debbie was a classroom teacher … Read More