Fri.Dec 02, 2022

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Teaching ‘stranger danger’ should extend to the virtual world

eSchool News

In recent days, Ukrainian officials have expressed urgent concern that “Russia is planning to launch massive cyberattacks on critical infrastructure.”

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CITE 2022: Where Should Schools Start When Building an Esports Program?

EdTech Magazine

Esports is growing in schools around the country, and organizations are working with districts to build this activity into curricula and after-school programs. “We’re

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Learning Ideas That Just Won’t Die: Let’s Bury Them Anyway

EdNews Daily

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark One of the positive things to come out of the pandemic is our newfound ability to look an outdated concept in the eye and say, “Enough!”

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CITE 2022: IT Leadership Hinges on Good Communication

EdTech Magazine

Sessions at this year’s California IT in Education conference highlighted the importance of communication, internally and externally, as a facet of IT leadership. District leaders shared how they made various changes to improve their image, strategies and leadership styles.

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Contact vs. Company Intent Signal Data

Intent signal data comes in two types: either companies or individuals signaling interest in products like yours. Which kind of data delivers more advantages to B2B marketers? It depends. Get this infographic to learn about the advantages of intent-based leads and how you can most effectively use both types of data.

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Focusing on 5 E’s to Create a Positive Mental Health Mindset for Educators and Learners

EdNews Daily

By Kevin Dougherty Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, teacher shortages and leadership turnover have plagued school districts across the U.S.

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ParentSquare Named Excellence in Equity Award Winner

eSchool News

Santa Barbara, CA — ParentSquare, provider of the premier leading unified school-home communications platform for K-12 education, announced their selection as a winner in the inaugural Excellence in Equity Awards program presented by the American Consortium for Equity in Education.

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6 key elements to build a successful coaching program

eSchool News

A successful coaching program can have an extraordinarily positive impact on teachers, students, and schools. A recent national survey of educators showed that most districts agree — 75 percent see the connection between coaching, teacher growth, and student achievement.

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Podcast: Lessons from a Peanut Butter Cup: Teaching and Tech Must Go Hand in Hand

EdNews Daily

On this episode of the Horizon Room The Horizon Room is a concept born out of the need for a national forum to tackle important issues in education.

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Factor Puzzles for Math by Pam Harris

Teacher Tech

Get students thinking about math and factors! Check out these factor puzzles from Pam Harris. Use the Add-on to add to Google Slides anytime! The post Factor Puzzles for Math by Pam Harris appeared first on Teacher Tech. Add-Ons Google Math Slides Add-on google GoogleEDU math slides

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Video: Dr. Ehsan Kattoula: How Cobb County Approached Digital Transformation

EdNews Daily

Throughout his career, Dr. Ehsan Kattoula, Assistant Superintendent for Accountability in Cobb County, has asked the tough questions. For example, in the state of Georgia, there was the Georgia high school graduation test and the science part was one of the most difficult to pass.

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You Can't Teach Without Eye Contact

Millions of us choose – or have to choose – to learn remotely. As interactions become increasingly rooted in digital experiences, what are we actually losing besides the proximity of people? What are the risks of this loss and are they avoidable?

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Free Printable Christmas Crossword Puzzles for Kids and Adults

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Christmas is upon us! Wherever you go you can feel its spirit filling the air and you can see its colors, red and green, decorating our physical environment. Christmas is a time for love, joy, gratitude, fun, and also learning.

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Is There a Viable Twitter Alternative for Educators?

My Island View

Social media is ever-evolving, although, as of late, some see it as de-evolving. As an educator, I was an early adopter and advocate for social media as a tool for professional collaboration, and development.

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Free Printable Christmas Worksheets for Kids and Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The purpose of this post is to share with you a handpicked collection of platforms where you can access a wide variety of printable Christmas worksheets to use with your kids and students during this holiday season. Most of these materials are available for free download in PDF format.

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Bounce Episode: 3 Google Chrome Extensions for Better Presentation Design

The Thinking Stick

This is an audio recording of the free webniar Jeff and Tricia did on YouTube. Watch the webinar on YouTube and don’t forget to subscribe to catch more live free webinars. Make a copy of the slide presentation to keep.

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Intent Signal Data 101

Intent signal data helps B2B marketers engage with buyers sooner in the sales cycle. But there are many confusing terms used to describe intent data. Read this infographic to better understand three common areas of confusion.

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Subscriber Special: 15% Discount!

Ask a Tech Teacher

December 2-5. 15% Discount Sitewide on. Structured Learning.net. Code: HAPPYHOLIDAY15. How to use this: Go to Structured Learning. Fill your shopping cart with your holiday gifts. When checking out, apply the code, HAPPYHOLIDAY15. Subscriber special

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New Webinar: "First Amendment 'Auditors' in the Library: Our Safe, Legal, and Reasonable Response"

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

First Amendment “Auditors” in the Library: Our Safe, Legal, and Reasonable Response Part of the Library 2.0 Essential Library" Series with Dr. Steve Albrecht OVERVIEW : Every school kid learns that the First Amendment doesn’t protect all speech--“You can’t yell 'Fire!'

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Why We Need to Have More Critical Conversations About Social and Emotional Learning

ED Surge

Social and emotional learning (SEL) has picked up steam in the past few decades. Recent surveys show widespread support of SEL skills from parents , teachers and school administrators , and more curricular programs are being used in districts across the U.S.