EdTech

With a passion for coaching and technology, EdTech is an industry that explores the most efficient solutions to reach goals.

The Teaching Systems Lab at MIT needed a new website and we came up with a solution to help them be able to add content easily. tsl.mit.edu

Launched a new version of a site previous created for them. Visit at EdTechTeacher.org

Squarespace is rapidly becoming a leader in website management and MailChimp. It's easy to use interface allows users to interact with a variety of components to create beautiful websites. However, what seems easy to manage, might not seem easy to set up initially which why the more professional setup is required coupled with training to […]

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. Getting and staying organized as an individual varies with each person’s learning style. Therefore, when it comes to getting a group of people to get organized to accomplish a project, finding the right organizational system can sometimes be the biggest struggle to accomplish the end goal. […]

At EdTech conferences, sketchnoting has become a trend for capturing an attendee's thoughts on an individual session through drawing, icons, and text. The practice can be uncomfortable for some at first but with practice, I have realized that my visual brain thrived on taking notes through doodling. I wish I had been exposed to this option for […]

In honor of Computer Science Education Week, I have been traveling around to volunteer at local Rhode Island schools to show students and teachers how they can get started with coding without even touching devices! I feel it is important to understand and develop logic skills before introducing a programming language to new learners. Unplugged […]

I love Canva for graphic design. This powerful yet simple FREE web tool and app allows users to create beautiful visuals with drag-and-drop ease. However, I am fascinated with the idea of bringing design to the masses, allowing everyone to be an artist. In a world where we process nearly everything visually, in order to […]

This post was originally posted on Free Tech for Teachers Stop Motion was one of the original video creation techniques. By stringing together a series of single images and displaying them quickly in order, film was born. Now on iPad, Stop Motion can be used as a technique for capturing learning as it happens, making drawings, models, […]

As part of EdTechTeacher's Back to School Series, we explored new apps and tools Canva is both a web based tool and app that allows you to create graphics easily. It brings the power of image creation to students and educators within a simple interface. Join us as Kate Wilson talk with Lisa Johnson (@TechChef4u), a […]

This post first appeared on Free Technology for Teachers. Google Forms can be one of the best tools in the classroom for data collection and assessment as well as a great resources for teachers to use in order to get information from parents. In this Back-to-School season, you may need to coordinate times for parent-teacher […]

This post first appeared on Edudemic and EdTechTeacher's blog True Project Based Learning (PBL) challenges students to acquire deeper knowledge of a concept by establishing connections outside their classroom. According to the research on PBL, the main tenets are to create real world connections, develop critical thinking skills, foster structured collaboration, motivate student driven work, and […]

THIS POST FIRST APPEARED ON EDUDEMIC THEN EDTECHTEACHER Professional coders work collaboratively, and rarely does a computer scientist create a program solely on their own. Every successful programming project evolves as a result of Iterations of code, the merging of ideas, and the contributions of the individual team members. Not only does coding empower students to […]

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